Print materials may be put on reserve using the following form:
When accessing library resources from off-campus, you will see a login screen asking for your NetID username in one of the following formats:
Clicking on a library resource link from the USF Health Libraries A-Z list (https://health.usf.edu/libraries/a-z-health-resources) or the online USF Libraries catalog (https://usf-catalog-fcla-edu.ezproxy.lib.usf.edu/sf.jsp) will prompt you to log in (if you are not already logged in), and will specify which format to use.
For information about your NetID, including how to activate a new account, see https://netid.usf.edu. For assistance with your NetID or password, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 813-974-HELP (4357).
If you need assistance with login issues, please contact Access Services at the Shimberg Health Sciences Library (813-974-8432), or at the Florida Blue Health Knowledge Exchange (813-396-0070).
If you are successful logging in, and need help using the resources or conducting a search, ask a librarian: https://health.usf.edu/libraries/services/ask-a-librarian.
For detailed instructions, see http://www.lib.usf.edu/help/renew-materials-online/.
Paid printing is available to all patrons who use the library. USF patrons may use their USF ID or purchase a Bull Bucks card from the vending machine located outside the computer lab. Non-USF patrons must purchase a Bull Bucks card from the vending machine.
The cost for printing is:
11¢ per page for black and white.
22¢ per page for color.
To print, patrons can install the appropriate printer package for their operating sytem or send the document via email. Printing via email is only available to patrons with a USF email account. Non-USF patrons must use a Bull Bucks card to print.
This is only used for laptops and desktops running Windows or OS X.
To print from mobile devices such as a cell phone or tablet, please see Print via Email
To download the printer package, go to Printing on Campus: https://usfjira.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/4/article/10958177423
Once the download completes, follow the instructions for your operating system.
To print using email, you must send the document or image using your official USF email address. If you do not know your official USF email address, you can find it by going to https://netid.usf.edu. Login using your NetID. Once you login, click on “Select your Official USF E-mail Address”.
To print the document or image in color, send it as an attachment to email@example.com.
To print the document or image in black and white, send it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Currently, USF Health email is limited to attachments of 25 MB or less.
Below is a list of supported file types that can be printed via email.
Document file types:
.csv, .doc, .docx, .dot, .eml
.msg, .odt, .ods, .ott, .odp, .pdf
.pot, potx, .pps .ppsx, .ppt, .pptm, .pptx
.rtf, ,txt, .vdm, .vdw, .vsd, .vss, .vst, .vsx, .vtx
.xls, .xlsm, .xlsx, .xlt, .xltm, .xitx
Image file types:
.bmp, .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .png
Go to any printer located in the library and swipe your USF ID or Bull Bucks card. Once validated, a list of documents you have submitted will be shown. Select your document and hit the Print button on the screen.
Note: You must enough funds on your USF ID or Bull Bucks card to print a document. You cannot partially pay for and print a document.
For more information about Printing on Campus visit http://www.usf.edu/itprinting.
For more information about Bull Bucks visit http://www.usf.edu/bullbucks.
For help with your USF ID, NetID or Bull Bucks, contact USF IT at (813) 974-1222 or email@example.com.
The Shimberg Library will scan articles in journals that are owned by the Library.
Purchasing information is available on the order form, if applicable.
USF users online order form: http://www.lib.usf.edu/ill
NonUSF users online order form: http://health.usf.edu/libraries/document-delivery-for-non-usf-patrons
What is ILLiad?
ILLiad is our tool for placing and tracking interlibrary loan and document delivery requests for books and articles. Benefits include the ability to track requests through every step of the process, and a seamless interface with many library databases, which will automatically fill in book or article information on the ILLiad request form.
How do I log into ILLiad?
To log into ILLiad, go to http://www.lib.usf.edu/ill/ and click on the green LOGIN button. You will see the “USF NetID Single-SignOn” login page. On this page you have the option of using your NetID (same login used for Canvas, myusf, and many other USF applications) or using you full USF Health email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the password associated with your USF Health account.
First-time users will be prompted to enter contact information, status (faculty, student, etc.), college (“Department”), and Delivery Location (all USF Health affiliates should select “Shimberg Health” to insure that the Shimberg Library will receive your requests).
For assistance with login problems, contact the Shimberg Library Services Desk at 813-974-8432.
How do I submit a new request?
In many cases, library databases supply a “request from interlibrary loan” option when USF does not own or license the desired material. Follow this link, login as requested, and you will often see that the proper form has been already filled out for you. In this case, simply review the form to insure all required fields are completed, then click the “Submit Request” button, available at both the top and bottom of the form.
To manually submit a request, log in as described above, locate the New Request section in the left-column navigation tree, and click Article/Photocopy, “Book/Loan”, or “Book Chapter”, depending on the type of request you are submitting. Be sure to fill in all required fields.
If you have any questions about submitting requests, the staff at Library Services Desk will be happy to assist at 813-974-8432.
What kind of requests can I place?
You can place a request for any book or article, whether or not USF owns the material. There are fees associated with some requests. Fee information for interlibrary loans: http://health.usf.edu/libraries/borrowing-nonusf-books-and-articles. Fee information for document delivery: http://health.usf.edu/libaries/photocopy-services.
How do I track the progress of my requests?
Upon logging in to ILLiad, all active requests will be displayed in the center of the page, and will offer such options as downloading electronically delivered articles and requesting renewal of borrowed books.
What does my request’s ILLiad Status mean?
Your request will move through several Status levels in the ILLiad system. When your item is available, you will receive an email notification, but while you wait, you can check the current Status to find out how your request is doing.
Why am I not receiving email updates on my request?
The ILLiad system does not send a confirmation email when a request is placed, and only sometimes sends an email when the Status of your request changes. You can check the Status of your request by logging into your ILLiad account.
If you are not receiving cancellation, availability, renewal, or request for information emails, please check your ILLiad account under “Change User Information” to verify that we have your correct and current email address. ILLiad emails can also be caught by spam and junk filters; please make sure that emails from our system are marked as safe.
Where do I go for additional information?
The interlibrary loan policies of the Shimberg Library can be found at http://health.usf.edu/libraries/borrowing-nonusf-books-and-articles. Document delivery information can be found at http://health.usf.edu/libraries/photocopy-services.