Tools and expertise to support you in disseminating your work and maximizing its impact, including training in open access.
Ask a Librarian provides FSU students, faculty, and staff with virtual reference services through live chat and text messaging whenever the library is open.
We can help you keep track of your sources and give credit where credit is due.
Our copyright experts have specialized skills for your fair use, rights, and publishing questions.
FSU faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants can request for items to be placed on course reserves using our online form. Any items that need to be on reserve for the first week of the semester should be submitted at least 3 weeks prior to the beginning of the semester. Reserves requests submitted once the semester has begun will be processed within 5 business days.
Meet grant and ethics requirements by developing a plan for your data.
Learn how to collect, manage, and interpret data, from reading infographics to using SPSS, NVivo, and more.
Training on digital humanities tools, method and platforms, advising on project development, and collaborating on research projects.
Access to our resources when off-campus.
Customized help for your library and research questions.
Subject-specific resource guides to help you locate the information you need.
Expert librarians are available to help with research, support classroom instruction, offer workshops, and build the Libraries' collections.
Check out our collection of videos and tutorials below to get started on your research and learn more about the valuable services offered by your library system.
One-on-one support for writing and language learning, plus late-night group sessions for Chemistry, Math, Physics, and more.
Access to specialized software through campus virtual desktops.
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