Library Resources & Services during COVID: Frequently Asked Questions
To keep everyone safe and healthy, the University of Florida's Libraries are following new policies. See answers to common questions here.
Research consultation and expertise is provided by the UF Libraries. Request a consultation for help with Data Management, GIS & Spatial Analysis, Data Visualization, Statistical & Data Analysis, Research Integrity, Digital Humanities, Research Metrics & Impact, Publishing & Archiving, Copyright & Fair Use.
The Institutional Repository at the University of Florida (IR@UF), a service provided by the George A. Smathers Libraries, brings together the scholarly, research, and creative works of our academic community. In addition to offering a central collection location for materials, the IR@UF provides long-term preservation, enables worldwide dissemination, and encourages the development of new projects and partnerships. All scholarly works – including articles (pre-prints, post-prints, or published articles as permitted by the publishing agreement), books, book chapters, conference presentations, data sets, digital research files, and more – are welcome in the IR@UF. The IR@UF also provides access to historical materials from the University Archives, inviting explorations of the history, nature, and culture of the University of Florida.
The Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida acquire, manage, and preserve digital resources so they remain accessible to patrons over the long term. Certain limitations may be placed on access due to legal, donor and/or other reasons, but, in general, in so far as possible, the Smathers Libraries endeavor to make digital resources accessible to all users.