Though your Gainesville apartment may be quiet and cozy for study time, there are some awesome advantages to getting work done on campus.
The University of Florida Education Library, located at 1500 Norman Hall, offers so much more than just books and journals. The library offers research guides, access to course reserves, printing and copying equipment, private study rooms, a large Children’s Book Collection (a fun trip down memory lane), the K-12 Textbook Collection and several video collections.
The Education Library collection supports 26 academic degree programs within the UF College of Education, which is organized into four departments: the School of Teaching and Learning, the School of Special Education, School Psychology and Early Childhood Sciences and the School of Human Development & Organizational Studies in Education.
The UF Education Library proves to be an excellent resource for both undergraduate and graduate students alike. Try it for a quiet and spacious study spot, a place to meet for group projects, or even for help with a research paper. Be sure to check out the new arrivals, as there are several current displays around the library, updated frequently.
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