Hours for the circulating collection: Schedules are posted on the UF Libraries hours page. Please note that service hours have been affected by COVID-19 restrictions during the Fall 2020 semester. Service hours may also change during holiday periods, summer sessions, and intersessions. See the Libraries’ live occupancy counter for up-to-date building access information.
Hours for the Judaica Suite: The Judaica Suite is closed for the fall semester 2020. Please see the Special and Area Studies Collections website or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about accessing the Suite’s rare books and other materials. To discuss your research and instruction needs, please contact either the Curator or Library Coordinator for Jewish Heritage.
Borrower information: The circulating collection is available for use by University of Florida faculty, students, and staff who use the Gator-1 identification card as their library card. Information about borrowing and other privileges can be found on the Libraries borrowing webpage. Distance learners should refer to the Libraries distance learners borrowing guide. External researchers can request the loan of Judaica Library materials through their own library’s interlibrary loan system.
Locating Materials: Price Library materials can be located by consulting the Libraries’ catalogs. Microform and microfilm resources supporting Jewish studies are primarily housed in the microfilm area of the 3rd floor of Library West. Scarce and rare books of Hebraica and Judaica are likewise discoverable through the Libraries catalogs. These non-circulating materials are mostly housed in the Judaica Suite, and they may be consulted in the Grand Reading Room located on the second floor of the Smathers Library building. Special Collections (archives and manuscripts) can be discovered through our finding aids. Please email email@example.com for access information.
Copying Services: Information about copying, printing, and scanning Judaica Library books held in Library West can be found on the George A. Smathers Libraries website. Please see the Special and Area Studies Collections website for information about obtaining Digital Reproductions of the Library’s special collections.