Students and faculty at USF Sarasota-Manatee have access to a robust set of resources to aid them in researching classroom topics, including the Cook Library and a broad range of web-based research tools.
Our librarians are here to help you make the most of those resources. Our librarians provide reference and research assistance in all courses of study, and can help you to better organize and execute your search for the things you need to get the job done. If you’re a student, a librarian can help you develop better strategies for tracking down hard-to-find information for a research project. Instructors are encouraged to contact a librarian to schedule a library instruction session for your class. Each session is designed to meet the specific needs of your class.
Meet With a Librarian
Students: REQUEST LIBRARIAN RESEARCH HELP
Faculty: REQUEST AN INSTRUCTION SESSION
If you have questions regarding Library Services or need other assistance, please contact one of our librarians directly:
Diane Fulkerson, MA, MLS
Faculty Coordinator of Library Services\Assistant Librarian
As a supplement to the onsite support provided by the USFSM librarians, students and faculty may also contact the librarians stationed at the Jane Bancroft Cook Library for research and related assistance. As with the USFSM librarians, students may request help from the NCF librarians online. Otherwise, the librarians may be contacted directly:
Instruction and Outreach Librarian
Sarah Norris [Specialty: Theatre, Film, Media Studies and Communications]
Technical Services Librarian
Director of Bibliographic, Access and Metadata Services
Natural Sciences Librarian
Caroline Reed [Specialty: Social Sciences]
Director of Research, Instruction and Outreach Services
For more information please view the Cook Library’s Meet the Librarians page.