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Dirac Science Library

The Paul A. M. Dirac Science Library houses the university holdings of research materials in the pure, applied, and related sciences as well as the Paul A.M. Dirac Collection. The Dirac Library maintains a collection of over 500,000 volumes of scientific books and periodicals. The library makes available within 24 hours over 126,000 volumes of older periodical and book materials in remote storage. Access more than 350 databases and 11,000 electronic journals via 90 public computers. Dirac is equipped to allow wireless network access for laptop computer users.

110 North Woodward Ave, Tallahassee, FL, Tallahassee, FL https://www.lib.fsu.edu/dirac-science-library

Upcoming Events

SPEAR Workshop for Post Award (SRA102-0003)

Sponsored Projects Education and Resources (SPEAR) Workshop for Post-Award: This one-day workshop is geared toward NEW departmental staff that work with...

5/22 8:30am
Financial Reporting Tools (BTFA02-0046)

This course will provide guidance on the various financial reporting tools available to University personnel. Participants will gain an understanding of...

7/11 8:30am
General Ledger Reconciliation (BTFA03-0046)

This course is designed for OMNI users responsible for reconciling departmental ledgers. Reconciliation objectives, guidelines and a detailed walk through...

7/12 8:30am

Recent Events

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5/1/2018

Recent Activity

Clarence Hallmark

Clarence Hallmark left a positive review 2/7/2018

Very informative, well laid out workshop with good instruction.

Clarence Hallmark

Clarence Hallmark left a positive review 2/9/2018

Very informative, well laid out workshop with good instruction.

Feilin Lai

Feilin Lai left a positive review 11/7/2017

I am looking forward to more technical workshop like this.

Kamal Dhungana

Kamal Dhungana left a positive review 11/7/2017

big subject, very short time. Anyway, it was effective.

Christina Havlicek

Christina Havlicek left a positive review 1/30/2017

So glad this event happens once a semester. It's a really nice way to meet people from other disciplines and see what types of programs are on campus.

Matthew Burrell

Matthew Burrell posted a photo 9/28/2016