Library Guy/Library Gal Series

Library Guy and Library GalEpisode 1: A Jury of My Peers
All you ever wanted to know about peer-reviewed journals.

Episode 02: Special effects are not just for movies
So what is that SFX button for anyway? Note: In most cases the SFX button has been replaced by a “Find It USF” button.

Episode 03: Shelfish Behavior
What ever happened to Dewey? Information about academic library call numbers.

Episode 04: Connect the Dots
Learn how to connect to USF Libraries online resources from off campus.

Episode 05: More powerful than Google
Librarians are the best search engines! Find out how to get their help.

Episode 06: All Your Database Are Belong to Us
Find out what is contained in a USF Libraries database and how to pick the right one for your information need.

Episode 07: ILL Will Make You Feel Better
Discover all that interlibrary loan can do for you.

Episode 08: Info Hut
Pizza Hut has online ordering and delivery service. Guess what!?! So do we! Listen and learn about using Pronto to have books and articles delivered to you. (NOTE: Faculty/staff only.)

Episode 09: I Read the News Today, Oh Boy
Need today’s news? How about yesterday’s news? Or, news from 100 years ago? Find out what your Library has to offer.

Episode 10: A Cite for Sore Students
Are citations cramping your style? Whether you use MLA, APA, Turabian, or one of the many other citation styles, RefWorks may be just what you need. Listen and learn!

Episode 11: Need a Good Book? Search Me!
Library Guy & Library Gal discuss the basics of searching the USF Libraries Catalog for books and more.

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