1 UNIVERSITY OF
FLUNIVEORITDA UF Libraries in Brief
S FLORIDA GEORGE A. SMATHERS LIBRARIES
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Help is available at an Information or Reference Desk in each library location,
or online through e-mail or RefeXpress (chat). Classes and tutorials on using the library are available.
There are nine major libraries on campus, specializing in
different disciplines and serving different clientele. Call the
Reference/Information Desk in any library for more
information. The map shows campus locations.
1. Library West 392-0361
humanities, social sciences, business
(may be under renovation -- consult UF Libraries' Home Page)
2. Smathers Library/Library East
Special Collections 392-9075
Latin American Collection 392-0360
3. Marston Science Library 392-2836
physical and life sciences, engineering, agriculture,
4. Music Library (231 MUB) 392-6678
music materials, including scores and sound
5. Architecture & Fine Arts Library (201 FAA) 392-0222
art, architecture, landscape architecture, interior
design, building construction, urban and regional
6. Education Library (1500 NRN) 392-0707
supports College of Education
7. Health Science Center Library (JHMHC) 392-3585
medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, and
8. Allen H. Neuharth Journalism and Communications
Library (1060 WEIM) 392-0455
journalism and communications
9. Legal Information Center (217 HOL) 392-0417
And there are several specialized collections also included in
the UF Libraries' Catalog:
Coastal Engineering Archives 392-9537 x1417
Division of Plant Industry 372-3505 Doyle Connor Bldg.
Health Science Center Library, Borland Jacksonville
Herbarium 392-1721 x212 Dickinson Hall
IFAS Centers locations around the state
Institute of Black Culture 392-1261 x5
Judaica (Isser and Rae Price Library) 392-0308 in Educ.Lib.
Map and Imagery Library 392-2825 in Marston Science Lib
Mead Library 392-1554 x240 P.K. Yonge Research School
1080 S.W. 11th Street (check in at Office)
Veterinary Medicine Reading Rm. 392-4700 x5445 -
Vet. Med. Building
The UF Libraries' Home Page at is your key to library resources and services. The UF
Libraries' Catalog, Course Reserves, and thousands of E-journals, E-books, and article indexes/databases are available 24
hours a day, 7 days a week!
Delivering the Libraries to Your Home or Office Desktop -- see for a
description of services available to you. To connect to licensed resources from off campus, select "Remote Access" from
the Libraries' Home Page. You can even interact with a librarian online using RefeXpress!
Reference and Information Desk staff are available in the Libraries to assist you. Computer Workstations for conducting
library research are available in all campus Libraries. Check out books and course reserve items at the Circulation Desks.
Gator 1 card serves as your library card. Be sure to have it activated at a circulation desk, or by submitting an online form.
The 14-digit number (starting with 200) printed beneath the bar code is the ID number used for logging on to library
computers, connecting from off-campus, renewing checked out books, etc
Classes and tutorials on using the library are available. Faculty interested in library instruction classes should contact the
Instruction Coordinator at Library West (392-4919) or Marston Science Library (392-2822).
Photocopying and Computer and Microform Printing are available at all Libraries, using copy cards (not cash). Reusable
copy cards may be purchased at vending machines in the Libraries with bills ($1 up to $20). Thirty-five cents of the initial
purchase price pays for the card. Additional value may be added at the dispenser. The Libraries do not make change.
Interlibrary Loan will help you obtain articles, books, and other materials not owned at UF. Submit requests
electronically by selecting ILLiad on the UF Libraries' Home Page.
Special services are available for users with disabilities. Register at the Circulation Desk in Library West (392-0345) or
Health Science Center Library or Legal Information Center, and refer to the brochure "Access and Services for Library
Users with Disabilities" available in print or in the section on Library Services on the UF Libraries' Home Page.