We are officially on summer term! The USF Library will be open Monday-Thursday 9-5 and Fridays 9-4:30. We will be closed Saturdays and Sundays. The Wadsworth Commons will remain accessible 24/7 with student ID card swipe. Regular fall hours will resume on Monday, August 19th. Have a great summer!
The USF Library will be closed tomorrow, April 19th, in observance of Good Friday. We will reopen with regular hours the following Monday.
We hope you enjoy your Easter holiday!
The USF Library will be closed today (January 21st) in observance of Martin Luther King Day. We will reopen tomorrow. See you then!
The USF Library will be closed for holiday break beginning Sunday, December 23rd. We will re-open for the spring semester on Wednesday, January 2nd. From all of us at the USF Library, we hope you have a Merry Christmas!!!
The USF Library will be open regular hours this week on Monday and Tuesday. We will closer early at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, and will be closed for the holiday on Thursday and Friday.
We hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!!!
The USF Library will be open regular hours Monday-Thursday during the week of Fall Break. We will be CLOSED on Friday October 19th for the Feast of St. Francis.
We just implemented the new Tipasa service as a tool to request articles. books and book chapters. If you have used Illiad in the recent past, we can still get your history for you and you can still access your articles if they are not 30 days old or viewed less than 5 times. The Tipasa link is on our website. Here is the link to the Tipasa tutorial under Library Services: http://library.stfrancis.edu/videomain.html. Please let us know if you have any questions!
The Library’s summer hours start on Sunday, May 6th!
Monday through Thursday: 9 am – 5 pm
Friday: 9 am – 4:30 pm
Have a great summer!
Recently, a student’s question about the proper citation of a YouTube video in APA style sent me on a research quest. Along the way, I learned about two valuable resources for APA style which I’d like to share with you.
The first is the APA Style website, which can be found at https://www.apastyle.org/learn/quick-guide-on-references.
In fact, if you visit the home page of the APA Style website, and scroll down to the bottom of the page, you’ll come to this:
Another valuable resource is the APA Style blog, which can be found at http://blog.apastyle.org.
There is a search box in the upper right hand corner (see the illustration below), and many more answers can be found there. For instance, when I typed “YouTube citation” into the search box, my results included advice on how to cite comments on a YouTube video, how to name an interview subject in a YouTube video, and how to properly cite a TedTalk.
The Library will be closed Good Friday (3/30) and Easter Sunday (4/1). Have a Happy Easter and see you on Monday (4/2)!