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Need a book, journal article, or other item not in UF Libraries' collections? Make a request through ILLiad, the online book and document retrieval service, and we will ask another library to lend you the items you need.
UBorrow lets you request materials directly from participating Florida state university libraries when the item is not available at UF.
Just search the online catalog, follow the UBorrow links to the statewide catalog, find the item you want, and click the button. You can pick up the item at either Library West, Health Science Center Library, or the Legal Information Center.
Ares is the UF Libraries online course reserve system. You may reserve print and electronic items (such as textbooks and journal articles) for your students to read through this system.
What is Open Access? Open Access (OA) is free, permanent, web-based access to scholarly publications. OA is the principle that research should be readily available immediately after publication and to anyone with an Internet connection. It is improving the way scholarly information is shared.
FREE. Ranks scholarly journals and related publications by two measures: Article Influence (a journal's prestige based on per article citations) and Eigenfactor (overall value of all the articles in a journal).
FREE. This software program retrieves academic citations from Google Scholar and analyzes them on a number of factors, including Hirsch's H-index, Egghe's g-index, age-weighted citation rate, and more.
SUBSCRIPTION (paid by UF Libraries). Ranks 11,000 scholarly and technical journals with citation data. This database will help you identify the journals in your field that are the most frequently cited and have the largest impact.
A guide to the h-index, Eigenfactor, Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports, and other tools. Created by a librarian at the University of Pittsburgh.
Preserve Your Legacy!
The Institutional Repository at the University of Florida is the digital archive for the intellectual output of the University of Florida community, and includes research, news, outreach, and educational materials.
The IR@UF encourages university units to contribute their open access research, reports and other materials to the IR@UF for archiving and dissemination free of commercial cost.