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Undergraduate Study 2008

Background: Beginning in 2008, Florida State University Libraries engaged in a series of conversations with students about their study habits and research practices. “Undergraduate Conversations” initiated a series of qualitative and ethnographic studies of how FSU students and faculty study, research, and live. The methodology is a rich mix of qualitative studies.

A FSU Libraries Endeavor to Understand & Engage our Users - Summer 2008-2010

Capstone Project, M.S. in Applied Economics, Florida State University, 2016

Background: Using turnstile data collected by FSU libraries, M.S. Students in Applied Economics were able to evaluate the effect of the Florida State Libraries on student outcomes.



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