Juneteenth, celebrates the liberation of the last enslaved people in Texas. In 2021, the United States declared June 19 a federal holiday. There will be events in Tallahassee to celebrate Juneteenth, and there are many resources for you to learn more about the significance of this holiday.
FSU Libraries participated in the recently published Ithaka S+R report, “What’s the Big Deal? How Researchers Are Navigating Changes to Journal Access.”
As FSU kicks off summer sessions, FSU Libraries continue to update resources and services available to the campus community. Check out a few notable updates!
In July 2021, FSU Libraries is introducing a next-generation catalog and discovery interface. This upgraded OneSearch system will optimize your ability to find and request items on our website, lib.fsu.edu. It will also provide a robust new search experience, allowing you to search across our collections and many databases from a single interface. To learn... Continue Reading →
Every year, the FSU Libraries and the Office of Faculty Development and Advancement host FSU Author’s Day to celebrate the published accomplishments by FSU faculty and staff. This year, in lieu of a reception, we are honoring our authors digitally. “Every year since we began the FSU Authors Day celebration, people have asked ‘Why the book?’ It is... Continue Reading →
As part of the Seminole First Impressions contest, FSU Facilities encouraged students, faculty, staff, and alumni to submit their ideas for campus beautification projects. We all absolutely love Strozier Library, but definitely think there is some room for improvements. These improvements would provide a better experience for the many students, faculty, staff, and community who... Continue Reading →
FSU Libraries and GEOSET are excited to announce the debut of a new podcast, Sources Cited. Season one of Sources Cited is titled "Academically Distanced." In these first six episodes, manager of GEOSET studios and podcast host Tom Cruz, interviews members of the FSU community on their experiences in academia during the time of COVID-19... Continue Reading →
FSU Libraries is excited to open its doors to students and faculty for the fall semester. Visit https://www.lib.fsu.edu/hours for our fall semester hours. In order to provide our campus community with a safe experience, we’ve made a few changes. Below is a brief overview of what to expect when you visit. This video shows how... Continue Reading →
Do you miss being on FSU's campus as much as we do? FSU Libraries has created virtual backgrounds on Zoom featuring scenes from Strozier and Dirac Libraries. We also took a trip to the online Heritage and University Archives to create some throwback backgrounds. Here are a few highlights: Heritage Museum Strozier Library, 1956-65http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_HPUA2016003_B48_F1_I02 Bobby... Continue Reading →
FSU Libraries continues to make updates to services we are currently providing to the FSU community. For the most up to date information on all services and resources, visit https://www.lib.fsu.edu/news/covid-19. Newest updates to Libraries services: Curbside Pick-Up Starting Tuesday, May 26, FSU Libraries are offering curbside pick-up of library materials in the Strozier and Dirac... Continue Reading →