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LACC Remote Access in Times of COVID-19
The purpose of this presentation is to highlight some of the George A. Smathers Libraries’s and the Latin American and Caribbean Collection’s remote access resources.
You can check when your books are due by logging into the UF Library Catalog, and you may be able to renew some loans on that site.
You can return your UF Library books and ILL/UBorrow books via the Library West or Health Science Center Library's book drops . Click here for more details about the book drops. If you will not be returning to campus, please make arrangements to mail materials back to the University of Florida on or before the current due date. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding return of library items.
LACC staff is working tirelessly to support UF students and faculty during this time. However, many of us are working remotely, and few are authorized to be on campus. As things change, we are forced to adjust our services.
Please stay up to date on library services by checking:
One of the resources that is crucial for you now, and that librarians across UF are staffing on extended hours is Ask a Librarian. You can access this service clicking on the link in this page. Or you can go to any of our pages. An ‘Ask US!’ widget will appear for 60 seconds. You can click on it to start chatting with a librarian.