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What is a “library GURU”?

GURU stands for: “Guides for Utilizing (Library) Resources at USF“. These GURUs are students (just like you) who have been trained by research librarians to answer questions, such as:

  • How do I go to find scholarly sources for my paper?
  • What’s a “library database” and how do I search it?
  • How do I search the library’s catalog for books?
  • What is MLA (or APA) style? How do I make a basic citation?
  • I have the call number for a book, but I can’t find it. HELP!

How do I connect with a Library GURU?

Glad you asked. There are a few ways you can reach us:

Will the GURU be able to answer all of my questions?

We can help you kickstart your research and find some great library resources. However, if you have in-depth questions and require more extensive library help, please contact a research librarian online or in person »

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