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Research Support

Supporting the research of faculty and students is one of the top priorities at the FSU Libraries. Below is a summary of some of the tools and services we provide to help you connect you with the resources and information you need.

UBorrow

UBORROW allows you to request materials directly from participating libraries within Florida’s state university system. This borrowing service increases your access to the collections of the other universities in Florida and delivers more quickly than standard Interlibrary Loan.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service where a student, faculty, or staff of Florida State University may obtain books or obtain photocopies of articles from other institutions. We Search the World for You... and Deliver!

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Data Management

University Libraries works in partnership with the Office of Proposal Development and the Research Computing Center to provide resources and information about data management planning, data storage, funding agency requirements, data curation tools, and options for sharing, licensing of publishing data sets.

Research Guides

Visit the Research Guides home page. Our subject librarians have put together extensive guides on hundreds of subjects.

Citation Management Tools

Citation Management Tools allow you to store and organize citations and files, as well as to create bibliographies formatted in major citation styles (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.).

Research Assistance

The research assistance service provides Florida State University students and faculty the opportunity to receive one-on-one help with their research needs.

Ask a Librarian

Ask a Librarian provides Florida State University students, faculty, and staff with virtual reference services through live chat and text messaging whenever the library is open. When the library is closed Ask a Librarian Email is available and will be answered when we open.

Open Access Publishing Fund

The Open Access Publishing Fund is to support publishing costs for open access journals and books, thereby fostering the exploration of new and innovative publishing models. The fund is administered by the Scholarly Communication Librarian.

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