FSU Libraries’ Art in the Library Committee organizes visual and performing arts programming in its spaces to enrich the library as an aesthetic and academic environment. A major part of this program includes exhibiting artwork drawn from the FSU student body on a semester-long basis. Arya Anderson is an undergraduate student the College of Fine... Continue Reading →
Introduction Data science is a multidisciplinary field that combines math, statistics, programming, and artificial intelligence to analyze and discover insights embedded in large amounts of data. These insights can then be used to help data scientists ask and answer questions about data, such as: what happened, why it happened, what will happen, and what can... Continue Reading →
As the world continues to embrace digitalization, online learning and digital resources are becoming key aspects of the education system. This transition has brought the issue of digital equity to the forefront of our consciousness. This principle, rooted in the belief that every student should have equal access to technology, is gaining relevance in higher... Continue Reading →
This July, we're honoring Disability Pride Month at FSU Libraries with fifteen books from our collections that highlight diverse experiences of disability.
On June 28, 2023, the Strozier Library basement is officially reopened! Strozier Library experienced flooding in the lower level and subbasement due to an air handler coil freezing on the night of December 25, 2022. FSU Facilities worked with contractors to extract the water from the building and Libraries’ team members worked through the night... Continue Reading →
Happy Juneteenth! Explore various resources related to Juneteenth and African-American history, ranging from local events and organizations in Tallahassee to noteworthy books and movies.
June is LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, a yearly celebration that honors lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) individuals and communities around the world.
We’ve all been working hard all year, and it’s time for us all to take a break before starting our new jobs or a new semester of classes. For some of us, that break may mean resting and enjoying family or traveling and acquiring new skills. But either way, there’s always room for a good... Continue Reading →
Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month! May marks the official celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States.
What is family? The World Summit for Social Development defines family as “the basic unit of all society”. In modern times most would agree that family comes in many different forms, the family we are born into, the family we choose, large, small, traditional, non- traditional and beyond. However, it has not always been that... Continue Reading →