TAMPA, Fla. -- Students at the University of South Florida can soon use a second set of eyes on their research.

The campus library plans to make drones available for students to check out this fall.

But there's a couple of catches. They have to train to use the drones and explain why they're needed in their research.

If anything happens to a drone, the 'You break it, you buy it' rule applies. They don't come cheap at $1,500 a piece.

Read or Share this story: http://www.firstcoastnews.com/story/news/education/2014/06/22/usf-library-checking-out-drones/11234883/