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Edgar Chattin - Knifemaking 1
 
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Part 1 of Edgar Chattin discussion on Knifemaking
Views: 15199 USFLibraries
A Literature Review
 
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The literature review is an essential part of a research paper. It informs the reader about the former and current trends in thinking on a topic, the research that has already been done and has not been done, and gaps in the literature. That gap is the perfect opportunity to introduce your research and explain how it advances knowledge in the field, supports or refutes other research, and suggest paths for further research.
Views: 6523 USFLibraries
Solomon's Castle Part 4 of 4
 
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University of South Florida Librarian, Andrew T. Huse, interviews Howard Solomon, creator of Solomon's Castle in Ona, Florida.
Views: 2021 USFLibraries
2017 USF Tampa Library Tour
 
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This is a virtual tour of the USF Tampa Library with our new 5th floor renovations.
Views: 1058 USFLibraries
Quick Guide to APA Style 6th Edition
 
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This review covers the major types of publications, for both in-text and bibliographic citations.
Views: 25028 USFLibraries
Edgar Chattin - Knifemaking 9
 
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Part 9 of Edgar Chattin's Knifemaking
Views: 10196 USFLibraries
Solomon's Castle Part 2 of 4
 
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University of South Florida Librarian, Andrew T. Huse, interviews Howard Solomon, creator of Solomon's Castle in Ona, Florida.
Views: 3787 USFLibraries
The Illuminated Manuscript
 
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Lesley Stone discussses a Carthusian Missal in the USF Tampa Library's history of the book collection. For more information on this collection, visit http://guides.lib.usf.edu/content.php?pid=153865&sid=1304587.
Views: 11459 USFLibraries
Tips to Conducting a Systematic Review
 
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This video uses a number of topics from the behavioral health fields to illustrate ways of gathering information from the medical and psychosocial databases, in order to conduct a comprehensive search of studies and articles on the subject under study.
Views: 8195 USFLibraries
Epiphany - Book of Hours
 
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Feast day, Nativity, Epiphany, January 6, Magi, Three Wise Men, Christ child, Epyphani domini, Gold, Incense, Myrrh, Fernando Gallego, Medieval spirituality, Medieval art, Book of Hours, Herod, Gospel of Matthew
Views: 2049 USFLibraries
The Ybor City Oral History Project with Dr. Gary Mormino
 
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Gary Mormino discusses the Ybor City Oral History Project. To listen to the oral history interviews, visit http://guides.lib.usf.edu/content.php?pid=49131&sid=364841#.
Views: 757 USFLibraries
Saint Catherine of Alexandria - Book of Hours
 
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Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr, St. Katherine, St. Catherine, Catherine of Alexandria, Catherine, Alexandria, Female saint, Legendary saint, Medieval saint, Patron saint, Christian saint, Virgin , Martyr, Feast day, November 25, Christian noblewoman, Persecution of Christians, Maxentius, Torture, Wheel, Bernardino Luini, Luini, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg
Views: 2548 USFLibraries
Benedict, Abbot - Book of Hours
 
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Benedict, Nursia, Monastery, Monastic rule, Feast day, July 11, 480, 547, St. Benedict, Monk, Monasticism, Cloister, Rule of discipline, Rule of St. Benedict, Patron saint, Medieval saint, Cenobitic monasticism, Pietro Perugino, Perugino, Abbot, Monastic vows, Vow of Chastity, Vow of stability, Medieval monasticism
Views: 1788 USFLibraries
Elie Wiesel interview
 
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On February 12, 2014, British Consul General Kevin McGurgan spoke with Elie Wiesel about the Holocaust education and awareness. The interview will be used in a video developed by the UK Holocaust Commission, which has the mission to ensure Britain has a permanent memorial to the Holocaust and educational resources for future generations. The USF Tampa Library and USF World, which provided videography services, are proud to share the interview in its entirety.
Views: 14962 USFLibraries
Special Collections - LGBT Collections
 
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The USF Libraries’ Special Collections department is determined to expand its collection of historically significant lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) materials in monographic, audio-visual, ephemeral, and archival formats. Watch this video by USF Mass Communications student Sierra Glasscock. In the video, Sierra uses her video production talent to help Special Collections spread awareness to the LGBT Collections. The video features Matt Knight, Assistant Director of Special Collections and EJ Pavlinich, 2015 USF Libraries LGBT Research Award winner.
Views: 423 USFLibraries
What is Karst?
 
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An overview of the importance of karst terrains for human and environmental health.
Views: 36495 USFLibraries
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks - A USF Faculty Discussion
 
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In 1952 doctors took cells from Henrietta Lacks without asking. These cells launched a medical revolution and are still alive today. Her experience and that of her family tell a story about medical ethics, cell biology, race and poverty in the book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. On September 26, 2013, a panel discussion was held in the Tampa Library's Grace Allen Room with USF faculty discussing the controversial issues and answering important questions raised in this story. Panelist included: Dr. Richard Pollenz, Professor, Associate Dean, & Cell Biologist Dr. William Mark Goodwin, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Dr. Cheryl Rodriguez, Cultural Anthropologist Dr. Lois LaCivita Nixon, Bioethics and Medical Humanities Dr. Christina Partin, Sociologist
Views: 25950 USFLibraries
Ybor Walking Tour 1 - Intro and Ybor City State Museum Courtyard
 
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Part 1 of the Ybor City Walking Tour.
Views: 857 USFLibraries
The Question of Genocide in America
 
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The Question of Genocide in America: Meaning, Debate and New Frameworks
Views: 1696 USFLibraries
Plagiarism USF Policy
 
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The product of the university is largely original thinking and clear writing. Neither of these tasks is easy but they are valuable in training your mind to think analytically. Lifting someone else's thoughts or words means that you are disrespecting the work other people have already done, you are disrespecting the intellectual climate of the university, and you are exposing yourself as a cheater. Learn the difference between plagiarism and paraphrasing so you may enjoy intellectual growth and academic success at the university.
Views: 1277 USFLibraries
The Brave and Bold Dime Novels with Arwen Main
 
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The Brave and Bold Dime Novels with Arwen Main For more information about this collection, visit http://guides.lib.usf.edu/content.php?pid=78270&sid=789490.
Views: 1437 USFLibraries
Sam Schryver oral history interview - part 3 of 4
 
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Oral history interview with Holocaust survivor Sam Schryver. Schryver was born in Amsterdam in 1922. Immediately after the Germans invaded, he joined the Dutch resistance; his main activities were providing other people with ration cards and assisting them in other ways. Schryver had several close calls with the Nazis while in the resistance, on one occasion escaping from an interrogation. In 1943 he went to The Hague, where he, his sister, and another girl were in hiding until January 1945, when they were finally captured and sent to Westerbork.
Views: 696 USFLibraries
Saint Apollonia - Book of Hours
 
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St. Apollonia, Virgin, Persecution of Christians, Torture, Apollonia, Feast day, February 9, 249, Patron saint, Christian saint, Medieval saint, Female saint, Dentistry, Tooth ailments, Jean Fouquet, The Martyrdom of St. Apollonia
Views: 850 USFLibraries
Dr. Edward Kissi defines Genocide
 
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Dr. Edward Kissi, scholar of genocide studies, USF Africana Studies faculty member and USF Africa Initiatives member, defines Genocide.
Views: 676 USFLibraries
Edgar Chattin (Part 1) - Knifemaking & Native American Descent
 
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Part 1 of Edgar Chattin-Knifemaking & Native American Descent.
Views: 1842 USFLibraries
The Office for Undergraduate Research at USF
 
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The University of South Florida Office for Undergraduate Research (OUR) is committed to providing support to undergraduate researchers through a variety of services and instruction.
Views: 1557 USFLibraries
The Politics of Genocide - Dr. Taner Akcam
 
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The Second Annual Armenian Studies Symposium at the University of South Florida Tampa Library focused on the Armenian genocide within the context of Turkish national security policy and international relations. It featured renowned scholar Dr. Taner Akçam, the Kaloosdian/Mugar Professor in Armenian Genocide Studies at Clark University and an internationally-renowned scholar on the subject.
Views: 4255 USFLibraries
USF Scholar Commons
 
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Information on University of South Florida's institutional repository, Scholar Commons. Overview of services provided through the bepress digital commons platform.
Views: 113 USFLibraries
Dr. Ronald Grigor Suny: The Persistent Past
 
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A century ago the Young Turk government carried out deportations and massacres of various peoples in the Ottoman Empire: Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks, Jews, Arabs, and others. Several of these brutal relocations have been designated 'genocide,' yet the current Turkish state, along with the United States and other countries, refuses to label any of them 'genocide.' The denial of past violence and its erasure from historical memory has allowed violence and human rights abuses to continue, worldwide, to the present day. Historian Ronald Grigor Suny discussed these issues in a entitled The Persistent Past at the USF Tampa Library on Monday, April 23rd, 2012. Dr. Suny is the Charles Tilly Collegiate Professor of Social and Political History and Director of the Eisenberg Institute of Historical Studies at the University of Michigan, as well as Emeritus Professor of Political Science and History at the University of Chicago.
Views: 510 USFLibraries
Sam Schryver oral history interview - part 2 of 4
 
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Oral history interview with Holocaust survivor Sam Schryver. Schryver was born in Amsterdam in 1922. Immediately after the Germans invaded, he joined the Dutch resistance; his main activities were providing other people with ration cards and assisting them in other ways. Schryver had several close calls with the Nazis while in the resistance, on one occasion escaping from an interrogation. In 1943 he went to The Hague, where he, his sister, and another girl were in hiding until January 1945, when they were finally captured and sent to Westerbork.
Views: 1072 USFLibraries
Jerry Rawicki Oral History Interview - Part 1
 
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University of South Florida Department of Communication professor, Dr. Carolyn Ellis, interviews Holocaust survivor Mr. Jerry Rawicki on July 1, 2009 at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. Video produced by USF Tampa Library Special and Digital Collections.
Views: 4030 USFLibraries
Florida Folk Festival 1 - Oral History Excerpts
 
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Florida Folk Festival Oral History from the Florida Folk Festival by Andrew T. Huse November 10, 2007 Part 1 George Kasselakis Greek Flame Food
Views: 817 USFLibraries
Mabel Sims 7 - Look Where He Brought Me From
 
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A Black Seminole's Journey of Discovery with Mabel Sims
Views: 212 USFLibraries
Sam Gibbons Oral History Interview, Part 1
 
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Oral history interview with Sam Gibbons, member of the Florida House of Representatives, 1953-1957, and the Florida Senate, 1959-1962. Discusses his ancestry, family, childhood memories, and the Great Depression.
Views: 169 USFLibraries
Jerry Rawicki Oral History Interview - Part 4
 
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University of South Florida Department of Communication professor, Dr. Carolyn Ellis, interviews Holocaust survivor Mr. Jerry Rawicki on July 1, 2009 at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. Video produced by USF Tampa Library Special and Digital Collections.
Views: 305 USFLibraries
Jerry Rawicki Oral History Inteview - Part 3
 
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University of South Florida Department of Communication professor, Dr. Carolyn Ellis, interviews Holocaust survivor Mr. Jerry Rawicki on July 1, 2009 at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. Video produced by USF Tampa Library Special and Digital Collections.
Views: 479 USFLibraries
Introducing the Otis R. Anthony African Americans in Florida Oral History Project
 
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Introducing the Otis R. Anthony African Americans in Florida Oral History Project. To listen to the oral history interviews, visit http://guides.lib.usf.edu/content.php?pid=49131&sid=364793#.
Views: 729 USFLibraries
Accessing Lynda.com through the USF Library Website
 
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The University of South Florida now has access to Lynda.com! Watch this video to see how USF students, faculty, and staff can access Lynda.com through the USF Library's website.
Views: 620 USFLibraries
Willy Johns (Part 5) - Seminole Creek Indian History
 
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Willy Johns - Seminole Creek Indian History (Part 5)
Views: 1788 USFLibraries
Bibliographic or Citation Management Software
 
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This short video tutorial explains Bibliographic or Citation management software recommended by the USF Tampa Library including Refworks, EndNote and Zotero.
Views: 597 USFLibraries
Access World News Database at USF
 
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A brief explanation of Access World News, a top database containing news articles from around the world available through the USF library website.
Views: 403 USFLibraries
Biography of Werner Von Rosenstiel (Part 2)
 
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Biography of Werner Von Rosenstiel (Part 2)
Views: 255 USFLibraries
Saint Bartholomew - Book of Hours
 
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Bartholomew, St. Bartholomew, Apostle, Disciple, The Twelve, Gospel of Matthew, Gospel of Mark, Gospel of Luke, Synoptic Gospels, Martyr, Christian martyr, Feast day, August 24, The Apostle St. Bartholomew, Giovanni di Matteo, Matteo, Flaying, Torture of Christians
Views: 1132 USFLibraries
Jerry Rawicki Oral History Interview - Part 2
 
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University of South Florida Department of Communication professor, Dr. Carolyn Ellis, interviews Holocaust survivor Mr. Jerry Rawicki on July 1, 2009 at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. Video produced by USF Tampa Library Special and Digital Collections.
Views: 719 USFLibraries
Conception of Mary - Book of Hours
 
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Immaculate Conception, Conception of Mary, Virgin Mary, Original sin, Birth of the Virgin, Francesco Signorelli, Feast day, December 8, 1476, Pope Sixtus IV, Sixtus IV, Nativity of Mary, Anne, Joachim, Medieval doctrine, Middle Ages, Medieval piety, Birth of saint, Parents of Mary, Sts. Anne and Joachim
Views: 688 USFLibraries
Ediciones Vigia (English Version)
 
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About the Ediciones Vigia collection at the USF Tampa Library's Special & Digital Collections For more information about the collection, visit http://guides.lib.usf.edu/content.php?pid=71757&sid=531249
Views: 285 USFLibraries
Reading Into Florida's Past: Claywell Elementary Goes to St. Augustine
 
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A curriculum partnership between USF Libraries Tampa Bay History Center and Claywell Elementary School.
Views: 1261 USFLibraries
APA 6th Edition Citation Style
 
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APA 6th edition is a specific style for citations that is used heavily in the social sciences. There are many citation styles, just as there are many languages. And, like written language, there is one way to get the grammar and punctuation right and a lot of ways to get it wrong. This video discusses what you need to create a good citation.
Views: 19431 USFLibraries