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How Cold Is That Library? There’s a Google Doc for That

Inside Higher Ed – “What a difference preparation makes when it comes to doing research in Arctic-level air-conditioned academic libraries (or ones that are otherwise freezing — or not air-conditioned at all). Luckily, Megan L. Cook, assistant professor of English … Continue reading

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Celebrate Law Day with New Research Guides from the Law Library

This is a guest post by Donna Brearcliffe, Special Assistant in the General and International Collections Directorate of Library Services, Library of Congress. Carol Highsmith. U.S. Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. [between 1980 and 2006]. Highsmith (Carol M.) Archive. Library … Continue reading

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Zief Law Library Reading & Finals Period Begins Today

During the law library's reading and finals period, Zief Law Library's study space is reserved for USF Law students. USF undergraduates, USF non-law graduate students, and law students from other ABA-accredited schools are not permitted to use Zief as a … Continue reading

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How to Get a Library of Congress Reader’s Card

Bookriot: “…The process is actually pretty easy and, once you have it, you can access reading rooms and materials at the Library of Congress beyond what’s available to the public online. The Library of Congress website gives a decent rundown … Continue reading

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Patently Good Ideas: IP Program Series at Findlay-Hancock County Public Library – May 2019.

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