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Graduate Student Orientation  

This guide is designed to introduce new graduate students to the resources available to them at the Marston Science Library.
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Library Webpage Overview

 Marston Science Library homepage:

Homepage for Marston Science Librart


1. Find information about your subject


Click on Agriculture, Biological Sciences, Chemical & Physical Sciences, Engineering, or Mathematics & Statistics for a guide to finding resources in your field.

2. Library News

2. Follow the library news feed to keep up to date! For new books, upcoming events, and the latest news follow us on Twitter or tweet us questions @UFSciLibrary.

3. Your Accounts


     Find some of our most used services including:

  • Off Campus Access- Connect to UF Library Resources from anywhere.
  • Renew Your Books- Extend your loan date without coming into the library.
  • Interlibrary Loan (ILL)- Get books & articles that the UF Library doesn't own
  • Course Reserves- Check to see if we have your textbook or place books on reserve for a class you're teaching.
  • Refworks- Manage all the citations for your thesis or dissertation



Your Librarians


Your science Librarians are here to help!
Contact Us!

Reference Desk: (352) 273-2856



Picture of Marston Science Library

Welcome to the Marston Science Library. Every department at UF has a librarian. This person is here to support your research & teaching needs as a graduate sutdent. Your librarian can:

  • Help you find books, articles, and web-based resources
  • Provide reference help in person, on the phone, via email, or online through our chat service. (Ask a Librarian)
  • Schedule a one-on-one consultation session
  • Teach library instruction sessions for your course, student group, or organization.

Don't hesitate to contact your science librarian or stop by the library with your questions. We look forward to working with you as you earn your masters degrees and PhDs!


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