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Submit your thesis

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Interlibrary Loan

Borrow materials from other libraries.

Request New Materials

Want to suggest new materials for the Library to purchase? Fill out the form below.

Faculty Guide & Services

Want to know how you can work with a Faculty Librarian? You can find information about librarians, library resources, suggesting library materials for purchase, course reserves, digital scholarship services and technology services, all on this guide.

Research Consultations

Librarians can provide assistance with many types and all stages of research projects for all members of the NCF community. In addition to discussing and locating information resources and search strategies for class assignments, presentations, proposals, and theses, we can also provide project management guidance including narrowing/broadening you research idea, formulating a clear research question/statement, and reviewing tools for managing and annotating citations and sources (Zotero, for instance). 

Although there are many helpful and skilled staff members in our library, there are three faculty librarians who are experts in conducting research and guiding researchers through all stages of the writing and discovery process.

You can book a 30-minute consultation with a librarian in-person or online via Zoom. Choose a day and time that works best for you.

Schedule a Research Consultation

Helene Gold Associate Dean of Academic Engagement
Office or Division Jane Bancroft Cook Library Research Librarians
Kelly Lindberg Research and Instructional Design Librarian
Office or Division Jane Bancroft Cook Library Research Librarians
Jeff Thompson Assistant Research, Instruction, and Digital Scholarship Librarian
Office or Division Jane Bancroft Cook Library Research Librarians

Library Spaces

Work together, work alone. Make some noise, be quiet. Bring your laptop. Use a whiteboard. Come for a workshop. Share a reading. It is all here at the Cook Library.


Carrels are open use. Please use extreme care with food and uncovered drinks in the carrels.


Looking for a place to work together? The Col(laboration)-Lab is located on the first floor of the Cook Library, next to the Quantitative Resource Center and Writing Resource Center. No need to check out a key; the lab is open to New College and USF Sarasota-Manatee students.

Silent Study Room

Located on the first floor of the Cook Library, the Silent Study Room is a comfortable, quiet space for VERY QUIET study.

Group Study Rooms

Group project or group study? Six Group Study Rooms are located on the first floor of the Cook Library. One to two people can use Group Study Rooms 143,144,145, 146, and 147. Four to eight people can use Group Study Room 134. Each room can be used for up to an hour and a half and may be renewed. Study rooms do have whiteboards and markers. Group Study Room keys are checked out on a “first come/first served” basis from the Service desk on the first floor. The Service desk staff can answer any questions you may have about the Group Study Rooms. Please keep in mind that the group study rooms are not soundproof.

Workshop Room

The Workshop Room, LBR 141, is available by reservation for use by NCF/USF SM faculty and staff for workshops, brown bags, lectures, etc. The Workshop Room is not a group study room. To request a reservation, please e-mail with the date, time, length of session, and intended use. After your reservation is confirmed, you can check out a key just before your event at the Service Desk on the first floor of the library. Technology/AV for the room: LBR 141 has a computer (pc), a VCR, and a region-free DVD player connected to a big screen monitor, as well as wireless access. If additional technology/AV is needed, or there are any problems with the technology, please contact ETS ( — note that there are no staff available to troubleshoot technology/AV during evenings or weekends.

Makerspace & Technology

Technology Guide

This guide will introduce you to some of the technology housed in the Jane Bancroft Cook Library and Educational Technology Services. Many of these pieces of equipment can be checked out from ETS or the library front desk, and all are available for student use.

Makerspace @ JBC

Make an appointment with Jeff Thompson clicking the link above to use the 3D Printer, Cricut, VR, and more, or drop in LBR 130 Monday – Friday 9-6pm to check it out!