FSU Libraries’ newly redesigned website went live Monday. The new virtual home of Libraries, located at lib.fsu.edu, aims to provide quick, seamless access to the libraries’ collections, important services, and is inspired by the university’s new website standards and branding.
“This new website provides a fresh, innovative approach for access to the library services that FSU faculty and students use most,” said Julia Zimmerman, Dean of FSU Libraries. “Supporting academic success is our primary goal and this website brings the best of the library to you 24/7.”
Whether you’re on the main Tallahassee campus, at an international study center, or taking courses as a distant learner, the new lib.fsu.edu offers improved functionality with a clean, uncluttered design. One significant feature 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 all easily accessible from the new homepage. Important news and events are now highlighted for students and faculty to stay connected with all FSU Libraries have to offer. A dynamic new “Ask a Librarian” tab is also available on every page for live chat sessions with a knowledgeable librarian.
Developed with our users in mind, the new website is compatible with today's browsers and functions especially well on mobile devices.
Please visit the lib.fsu.edu for more information and to browse the new website.
Florida State University Libraries’ mission is to drive academic excellence and success by fostering engagement through extensive collections, dynamic information resources, transformative collaborations, innovative services, and supportive environments for FSU and the broader scholarly community.