In case you’re looking for more Barbie and Oppenheimer after the premiere, we've selected 12 titles from FSU Libraries for further reading!
This finals week, FSU Libraries are taking it back to the 2000's with the iconic movie, Mean Girls. We've compiled a list of our favorite spots on campus where we think the characters from Mean Girls would study! We've got the rooms and resources to get you started on a totally fetch finals week.
FSU Libraries' Art in the Library Committee interviews the artists exhibiting at Dirac Science Library through the spring semester.
FSU Libraries' Art in the Library Committee interviews the artist exhibiting at Dirac Science Library through the fall semester.
FSU Libraries collaborated with Dr. Lyndsay Jenkins, Madison Woodwall, and her research team to purchase 100 children's books that focus on childhood bullying experiences. These books show how children are affected by bullying and provides insight into how children's literature addresses the topic. Many of these books can be found in the Juvenile collection located... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, this is Courtney again, the STEM Libraries GA, along with Emily McClellan, the STEM Libraries Outreach Associate, to talk about ways we can continue our learning and professional development throughout what promises to be a unique semester. It’s often said that we should try to control how we react to the things we... Continue Reading →
Long lines at Starbucks, lines backed up at the turnstiles and the constant search to find the best study spots. Sound familiar? FSU Libraries are one of the most visited places on campus and for good reason! We offer numerous services to help both students and faculty succeed including everything from free tutoring, equipment checkout,... Continue Reading →
Continuing the series, here are two more of our new librarians. Hi folks. My name is Renaine and I'm the Data Research Librarian at FSU. I'm a three time FSU alum and I couldn't be happier to be back on campus! Before starting my current position, I worked for the Libraries for about five years... Continue Reading →