Last Friday, Strozier Library experienced extensive flooding on several floors including large sections of the 2nd floor, 3rd floor, and portions of the library annex.
Associate Librarian and Digital Archivist Krystal Thomas (right) receiving the 2017 Fred L. Standley Award from Mrs. Jayne Standley. (Photo: Jim Elliott)
FSU Libraries honored library faculty and staff this week at the University Libraries’ Annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Reception.
FSU Libraries' Digital Research and Scholarship Team is ready to assist FSU faculty, grad students, and researchers with new funder access policies and data management plans.
FSU Libraries stand ready to assist FSU faculty, grad students, and researchers with new funder policies and requirements.
With its eleventh annual competition now complete, the Florida Book Awards has announced winners for books published in 2016. More than 200 eligible publications were submitted across the ten categories of competition.
Now in its fifth year, the FSU Libraries’ popular Business Research 101 Workshops (BR101) will return, starting on February 7. The workshops are designed to teach students and faculty effective strategies and tactics of business research using the print and electronic resources provided by Florida State University. These free workshops examine research topics including company and industry research, ideation, marketing research, and job searches.
FSU Libraries are currently taking applications for new Alternative Textbook Grants to support FSU faculty in replacing commercial textbooks with open source alternatives to be made available to students at no cost.
As Florida State University students begin cramming for finals in the coming days, they can study in comfort of the newly renovated annex of the Robert Manning Strozier Library.
FSU’s Social Sciences Librarian, Mohamed Berray, has been named a 2017 American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leader.
The first iteration of the Project Incubator (PEN & Inc.) was completed with participants from History, English and Anthropology. We are accepting applications for the Spring class, which comes with a $500 mini-grant upon completion.
Florida State University will host a two day symposium on Invisible Work in the Digital Humanities (IWDH) on November 17-18 in the Bradley Reading Room in Strozier Library.
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