FSU Libraries are currently taking applications for new Alternative Textbook Grants to support FSU faculty in replacing commercial textbooks with open source alternatives to be made available to students at no cost.
As Florida State University students begin cramming for finals in the coming days, they can study in comfort of the newly renovated annex of the Robert Manning Strozier Library.
FSU’s Social Sciences Librarian, Mohamed Berray, has been named a 2017 American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leader.
The first iteration of the Project Incubator (PEN & Inc.) was completed with participants from History, English and Anthropology. We are accepting applications for the Spring class, which comes with a $500 mini-grant upon completion.
Florida State University will host a two day symposium on Invisible Work in the Digital Humanities (IWDH) on November 17-18 in the Bradley Reading Room in Strozier Library.
Florida State University and FSU Libraries are gearing up to observe Open Access Week October 24 – 30. The week centers around an international effort to educate students and faculty about the benefits of open access within the academic and research communities.
Kathleen Parker, noted columnist for the Washington Post and two-time FSU alumna, is the recipient of the 2016 University Libraries and Friends of University Libraries Alumni Award for Distinguished Writing.
The FSU Libraries’ Office of Digital Research and Scholarship (DRS) is proud to announce Dr. Richard Urban, assistant professor in the FSU School of Information (iSchool), will join the office as a Faculty in Residence, the first in a promising model of collaborative research.
Through a new partnership with the Graduate School, FSU Libraries are offering a number of workshops for advanced researchers that qualify for credit for the Preparing Future Faculty and Preparing Future Professionals programs. Library workshops cover a wide variety of topics, including citation management, literature reviews, primary sources, academic publishing, digi
Hurricane Hermine brought high winds and flooding rain to Tallahassee and the Florida State University campus last week and left many FSU students, faculty, and staff without power during the Labor Day weekend. FSU Libraries quickly sprang into action and reopened Strozier Library on Sunday, once power was restored, as a respite for the FSU community to cool down and find some peace in the wake of the storm.
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