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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

Library Orientation Tours

Walk in tours of the Libraries are available throughout the entire summer. Incoming students and their families who are attending orientation are encouraged...

5/21 9am
Library Orientation Tours

Walk in tours of the Libraries are available throughout the entire summer. Incoming students and their families who are attending orientation are encouraged...

5/22 9am
Editors' Forum

The FSU Libraries’ Office of Digital Research and Scholarship will host its third forum for editors of scholarly publications on May 22, 2019 from 12 to...

5/22 12pm
Library Orientation Tours

Walk in tours of the Libraries are available throughout the entire summer. Incoming students and their families who are attending orientation are encouraged...

5/23 9am
Library Orientation Tours

Walk in tours of the Libraries are available throughout the entire summer. Incoming students and their families who are attending orientation are encouraged...

5/24 9am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

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.

Dennis Moore

Dennis Moore left a positive review 2/16/2019

excellent presentation by brilliant young geologist from University of Pittsburgh (who, it turns out, had gotten word the day before about funding for another grant), hosted by the Department of Earth, Oceanic ad Atmospheric Science, followed by lively, substantive Q+A, followed then by fine reception -- all in keeping with the tradition of these programs staged by the Faculty Senate's ROAD SCHOLARS COMMITTEE. So BRAVA!

Jordyn Rosario

Jordyn Rosario left a positive review 2/13/2019

My only comment would be that it would be more helpful if this workshop was done in a computer lab where attendants could work in NVivo along with Dr. Klein. Otherwise, it was very informative.

Alexa Kellenberger

Alexa Kellenberger left a positive review 2/8/2019

Really helpful presentation, not too long or too short, and she broke the information down really well so it was all super understandable :)

Jonathan Jackson

Jonathan Jackson left a positive review 2/1/2019

I can't wait to use the R techniques in my classroom!