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Digital Support Services (DSS)
Smathers Libraries
University of Florida
P.O Box 117003
Gainesville, FL 32611 USA

P: 352.273.2900
F: 352.392.6597

Celebrating 100 years of IFAS and the Smith-Lever Act

Visit the Florida Agriculture and Rural Life Collection for more.

The Haiti Sun

A collaborative project with the Duke University Archives, the DSS is scanning a run of the of the Haiti Sun from 1950-1962.

Ramón Figueroa Mexican & Cuban Film Poster Collection

Collection: Digital Library of the Caribbean

Drew Field Echoes

Description: Newspaper published at the Drew Field Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

Collection: Florida Digital Newspaper Library

Antique Maps, Historic Sanborn Maps, and Aerial Photography

Collection: Map & Imagery Library Digital Collections

Archie Carr and Sea Turtles

Description: Archie Carr attaching weather balloons to sea turtles.

Collection: University Archives Photograph Collection

Alfred Browning Parker

Description: Alfred Browning Parker, architectural drawings, from the University of Florida Architecture Archives

Collection: University of Florida Libraries Architecture Archives Collection

Digital Library Center & Copyright

Resources for Faculty & Students : General Information

General information on copyright is available from SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), as well as on these pages. Key points to remember:

  • Open Access articles and books are used and cited more often, resulting in a greater acknowledgment of work and impact for their authors
  • As the author, you can retain your rights
  • Even if you did not originally retain your rights, many publishers still allow you to openly share your materials through institutional archives, like the Institutional Repository @ UF, and there are easy resources for doing so. See how to contribute and share your research >
  • The University of Florida Libraries are available to help with copyright questions.

Share Your Research

Use the Grant of Permissions to allow for Internet Distribution of your research through the Institutional Repository @ UF. The Grant of Permissions form still allows you to retain all copyright, while sharing your research with the world.

Resources for Faculty & Students

Last modified: Thursday September 30 2010 lnt