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Strozier Library

The main library for the University and the largest library facility on campus with seating for 2,700 users. It offers an extensive range of library services and has open stacks, where patrons are able to browse through rows of book shelves to make their own selection of materials.
In addition to the main collection, which is comprised primarily of materials in the humanities and social science subject areas, the Strozier Library has special collections, maps, government documents, multimedia, electronic and microform materials.

116 Honors Way, Tallahassee, FL 32306, Tallahassee, FL https://www.lib.fsu.edu/

Upcoming Events

A Century of Mystery and Intrigue

Join Special Collections & Archives at their latest exhibit "A Century of Mystery and Intrigue." Guest curated by young scholar, Joseph, age 12, this exhibit...

9/23 10am
Data Discovery Webinar Series: Finding and Accessing Data Using Data.Gov

Data.gov aims to improve public access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. The site is a...

9/23 3pm
A Century of Mystery and Intrigue

Join Special Collections & Archives at their latest exhibit "A Century of Mystery and Intrigue." Guest curated by young scholar, Joseph, age 12, this exhibit...

9/24 10am
A Century of Mystery and Intrigue

Join Special Collections & Archives at their latest exhibit "A Century of Mystery and Intrigue." Guest curated by young scholar, Joseph, age 12, this exhibit...

9/25 10am
Zotero Office Hours

Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research. The FSU Libraries Office of Digital Research and Scholarship will...

9/25 4pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Cassandra Kepple

Cassandra Kepple left a positive review 9/12/2019

This was very useful. We were able to get introductory information, and it was adapted to fit our specific research needs.

Elaine Smith

Elaine Smith left a positive review 9/12/2019

Thank you for the walk through of what works and doesn't work visually.

I would suggest that in the future you take a graph that doesn't work, and show it
1) Full screen
2) Show a 2nd slide with the same (or similar data) working well
I would love to see what you can do with the time/clock/weird stick thing.

Brian Arsenault

Brian Arsenault left a positive review 9/5/2019

Great introduction to some tools with helpful examples of things to be aware of when looking at output. Instructor was very knowledgeable.

Elaine Smith

Elaine Smith left a positive review 9/5/2019

I am very excited about the concept of text analysis and visualization. This morning, I was interested in the usage of a specific word in the last 5 years - for some research I am doing about the speed of language changing...and I was very glad that I spent my morning learning from Sarah yesterday. This is going to help!

Marie Denis-Luque

Marie Denis-Luque left a review 4/17/2019

I'm not sure how to review this workshop because it did not happen.

Marie Denis-Luque

Marie Denis-Luque left a positive review 4/5/2019

I really enjoyed my time there. I wish the workshop was longer.

Alissa Bell

Alissa Bell left a positive review 3/27/2019

Very helpful! Thanks for providing these lectures!

Emerald Devereux

Emerald Devereux left a positive review 3/11/2019

Both the Author and the Agent seemed very well versed in their respective fields. There was a plethora of information from each aspect of the publishing process. While there were technical difficulties, I hardly feel that the presenters were at fault. They functioned fairly well without the projector.

Jonathan Jackson

Jonathan Jackson left a positive review 2/22/2019

Very useful for my teaching, and the instructions were very clear. Thank you for the folder of files to download.

Joanne Maloney

Joanne Maloney left a positive review 2/15/2019

This was a very interesting talk about a subject that I don't very often get to hear about. Enjoyed it very much. Looking forward to April.