The FSU Libraries website, located at lib.fsu.edu, receives over half a million visitors a year and was recently redesigned by the Libraries’ Web Development and Marketing Teams.
The Florida State University Libraries have received the 2017 Florida Library Association Web Presence Award, recognizing excellence in online services. This statewide award promotes awareness of the importance of good design and usability in web page development and recognizes outstanding examples of effective library web pages, as well as a library's overall web presence, including blogs and other social media.
“This honor is a result of the hard work and dedication of numerous faculty and staff who develop and maintain our website and our other online services,” said Julia Zimmerman, Dean of University Libraries.
The FSU Libraries website, located at lib.fsu.edu, receives over half a million visitors a year and was recently redesigned by the Libraries’ Web Development and Marketing Teams after extensive research and testing.
The virtual home of Libraries aims to provide quick, seamless access to the libraries’ collections and important services. Its design is inspired by the university’s new website standards and branding, and one of its significant features is a powerful, tabbed search option to aid in browsing our extensive collection of articles, books, journals, databases, and more. Key information including library hours, course reserves, study rooms, and research assistance are easily accessible from the homepage. Important news and events are now highlighted for students and faculty to stay connected with all the Libraries have to offer.
Developed with our users in mind, our website is compatible with today's browsers and functions especially well on mobile devices.
FSU Libraries thank the Florida Library Association for this prestigious honor and invite you to visit the website at lib.fsu.edu.