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24/7 Library with collections dedicated to the Humanities and Social Sciences. Home of the Scott Nygren Scholars Studio and the One Button Studio.
Seating for approximately 1,400 patrons.
Eighteen study rooms can be checked out for group study.
13 FitDesk study bikes located throughout the building.
Judaica collection, general collection
Black and white printing
Research assistance desk
iPads available for checkout
Six ProctorU testing carrels available by reservation
General collection and DVDs
Black and white printers
Tutoring Center (free tutoring from OAS & Writing Studio) on third floor, room 339 by appointment
Accessibility Studio for students registered with Disability Resource Center
Majority of computers
Black and white and color printers
Official "Quiet Study" floor
No study space
Librarians are located here
Individual study desks with power for laptops.
Large reading tables for quiet group study.
Lounge seating throughout the floor.
3 group study rooms: Two rooms accommodate up to six students and third room accommodates up to four students.
Small book lockers: assigned for one academic semester on a first-come, first-served basis.
Black and White Printing
Supports the academic degree programs associated with the College of Education at Norman Hall. Home of the EduGator Makery.
Quiet conversations allowed
Children's and Young Adult Books
Audiovisual Reserves Collection
20 Public Computers
Dry Erase Boards
Group Study Rooms 2-150C, 2-150D, and 2-150E
Quiet floor, no conversations allowed
Books on educational theory, counseling, teaching and learning, etc.
PreK-12 Textbook Collection
Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 textbooks
24 Dual Monitor Public Computers
Group Study Rooms 2-251, 2-254, 2-255, and 2-258
Architecture and Fine Arts Library
Collections supporting research and learning related to the College of the Arts including architecture, art, museum studies, music, building construction, and more.
Quiet spaces for study are available on both floors of the Architecture and Fine Arts Library.
(Virtual) Business Library
Marston Science Library
Supports agriculture, engineering, mathematics, and the natural and physical sciences. Home of the MADE@UF collaboration space.
Group study rooms, computers, ample study space in the Collaboration Commons, Made @ UF, Visualization Conference Room, printing, and scanners
Circulation, Reference Desk, Course Reserves, New Books, Collection Highlights, study rooms, public computers, printing, and scanners
GROUP study, Journals, Theses and Dissertations, State Agricultural Publications, Lactation room, L301E-Data Consultation room, Classroom L308, and computers
Official "SILENT Study" floor, Books (A-Z), Oversized Books (A-Z)
Latin American and Caribbean Collection
One of the leading research collections of its kind. Includes circulating collections, rare books, maps, and more.
Health Science Center Libraries
The oldest library on campus. Smathers Library houses the Grand Reading Room, Special & Area Studies Collections, Latin American & Caribbean Collection, and Map & Imagery Library. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.