Here is a guide to library services for the upcoming fall semester: https://uflib.ufl.edu/library-services-in-fall-2020/.
Aside from the Libraries measures to combat COVID-19, another big change is the revamp of the Libraries website. To use all of the new features, you will need to refresh your web browser:
Safari on Mac: Cmd+Option+R
If you have questions about using the new Libraries website, or other resources in the Libraries, don't hesitate to use Ask A Librarian.
Tulsa Syllabus A Bibliography of Scholary Sources
"This resource is intended to help students, researchers, activists, educators, the press and general public gain a better understanding of how race and racism is manifest in Tulsa, why the city of Tulsa continues to be divided along racial lines in terms of physical space, socio-political boundaries, economic prosperity, and lingering historical trauma. Ultimately, the list helps us understand race in America, through the focus on one city in one state."
The Ann Lewis Women's Suffrage Collection is a privately owned collection amassed over twenty years. It is comprised of more than 1,200 books, objects, correspondence, periodicals, lobbying materials, postcards, and more.
The George A. Smathers Libraries recognize that we play an important role in support of the UF teaching, research and other activities and we will strive to maintain access to library resources, expertise and services during the response to COVID-19, while complying with the guidance of the University. Here are some resources to assist you in your research and studies:
Access Libraries licensed resources remotely, such as America, History and Life and JSTOR, by installing the VPN.