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Faculty and Staff Briefs: April 2019

Michael Meth, FSU Libraries' associate dean of Research & Learning, is featured in Florida State University's April 2019 Faculty and Staff Briefs. 

Michael Meth (FSU Libraries), Nancy Everhart, Ph.D. (Communication and Information) and Juliann Woods, Ph.D. (Communication and Information) presented “Supporting Neurodiversity in the Academic Library: Research, Best Practices, and Personal Experiences” during the Association of College and Research Libraries 2019 Annual Conference, April 13 in Cleveland.

FSU Libraries' Celebrates Newly-Tenured Faculty

On April 22, 2019, newly-tenured FSU faculty celebrated their accomplishments during a reception at the President’s house. Each year, FSU Libraries honor the achievements of newly-tenured faculty by selecting an item for the collection in their name. These items are on display the celebration event, with a paragraph describing why each particular item was selected and its significance.

New Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program initiative celebrates excellence in research

UROP Celebration

The achievements of Florida State University undergraduate researchers who participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Excellence in Research initiative were celebrated during a ceremony April 16 in the Bradley Reading Room at Strozier Library.

The achievements of Florida State University undergraduate researchers who participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Excellence in Research initiative were celebrated during a ceremony April 16 in the Bradley Reading Room at Strozier Library.

What is Credo Reference?

Reference

Are you working on a research project, but having trouble with coming up with a specific topic or keywords you can use to look for research sources?  If so, Credo Reference is a database that can help you get a better idea of a certain subject and what sources are out there on similar subjects. It will also give a good idea of what keywords to use when starting to search for more sources.

Dean's Search Committee and Stakeholder Meeting

Job Search

On February 28, 2018 members of the Dean of Libraries Search Committee, Search Committee Chair Sam Huckaba, and Mr. Alberto Pimentel of Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates will host a series of meetings with key Libraries stakeholders to discuss the Dean search and gather information. This is an opportunity for various campus and community constituents to share their thoughts and comments regarding the qualities and characteristics sought in the new Dean.

Research Guides

Research Icons

Did you know that the librarians at FSU have created a wide range of subject and course guides to help you locate and understand subject specific resources? There are many different subjects covered by our research guides, from individual topics to class guides and even overviews of broad subjects. Currently, we have about 470 research guides in 70 different subject areas.

#LoveMyFDL Month: Government Documents at FSU Libraries

Love My FDL

February has been designated by The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) as Love My Federal Depository Library month. The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) was created by Congress to ensure access to published government information by all Americans. In 1941, FSU Libraries was designated as a Federal Depository Library, allowing the Libraries to provide free equitable access to U.S. government publications to the FSU and Tallahassee Community for free.

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