April 26, 2016 - Sunday marked the beginning of the University Library’s 90s’ themed De-stress Week, which offers opportunities for students to take their mind off of finals with activities that are planned through the duration of finals week with the intention to offer a mental break in the midst of exams.
April 21, 2016 - Florida State University Libraries has been working for the past two years to digitize the Italian newspaper Il secolo, a political daily published by the Milanese firm Stabilimento Sonzogno between 1866 and 1927.
April 13, 2016 - FSU President John Thrasher and FSU Libraries were proud to host a Celebration of Newly Tenured Faculty and Showcase of the Library Endowment Book Collection at the President’s House this week.
April 2016 - FSU Libraries’ are proud to announce our new Text Book Fund as the centerpiece of the 2016 Great Give campaign.
March 16, 2016 - University Libraries and the Student Council for Undergraduate Research and Creativity (SCURC) hosted a ‘Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon’.
March 14, 2016 - Florida State University and FSU Libraries honor former FSU President, Robert Manning Strozier by unveiling a statue on the steps of Strozier Library.
With its 10th annual competition now complete, the Florida Book Awards has announced winners for books published in 2015. More than 200 eligible publications were submitted across the nine categories of competition.
University Libraries are proud to announce the launch of DigiNole, Florida State University's unified platform for FSU-created and maintained digital resources. DigiNole will enable users’ seamless access to a range of materials through two portals including the Digital Library and the Research Repository.
The Florida State University Faculty Senate, in consultation with its Library Committee and staff of the FSU Libraries, voted unanimously this week to adopt a university-wide Open Access (OA) policy.
University Libraries, in collaboration with the Graduate School and the Office of Faculty Development and Advancement, are excited to host a spring symposium, Publish or Perish: Conversations on Academic Publishing.