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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

Percolator: A Digital Scholarship Discussion Group

Every Wednesday during the semester, the Office of Digital Research and Scholarship hosts an open discussion group about digital scholarhip. Whether you have...

9/26 4pm
Ask the Sexpert

Have questions about SEX? Ask the Sexpert from 1pm to 3pm at Dirac Library. She will be handing out free safer sex supplies and information.

9/27 3pm
The History and Philosophy of Biology - Past Achievements, Future Challenges

September 28 - 29, 2018 History and Philosophy of Evolutionary Biology: Past Achievements, Future Prospects A Conference Sponsored by the Werkmeister...

9/28
Savvy Researcher: Boot Camp for the Humanities

REGISTER A half-day workshop for graduate students and other advanced researchers in the Arts and Humanities. These workshops qualify for Preparing Future...

9/28 10am
The History and Philosophy of Biology - Past Achievements, Future Challenges

September 28 - 29, 2018 History and Philosophy of Evolutionary Biology: Past Achievements, Future Prospects A Conference Sponsored by the Werkmeister...

9/29

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Disa Yu

Disa Yu left a positive review 9/21/2018

Good food and good people

Banban Li

Banban Li left a positive review 9/21/2018

I enjoyed the Social Science Bootcamp at Strozier Library a lot, got to know the different data resources in our library, US government and UN, that's pretty cool. The reference management session is pretty efficient too. Yummy pizza with great fun with data and data literacy. If ask for any suggestion, the literature review part can be more focused on how to take notes and how to organize literature for example, intead of going through so much information without a focus. the morning two sessions are rather relaxed, while the afternoon sessions are pretty fast, speakers speak fast as well offering a lot of information. In general, it is great experience, thank you all for working hard to make it great.

Bodunrin Akinrinmade

Bodunrin Akinrinmade left a positive review 9/21/2018

I really enjoyed the event. However, I would like the group to provide "idiot guide" of what they taught us so that we can continue to practice and use what we were taught.

Aditi Basu Bal

Aditi Basu Bal left a positive review 9/10/2018

It was informative.

Andrea White

Andrea White left a positive review 4/16/2018

I loved the opportunity but though it was going to me more educational. There is a lot to gardening so having handouts would have been helpful. I think a guest lecturer would have great to have.

Rachel Duke

Rachel Duke left a positive review 3/29/2018

More workshops with Dave! This was very informative, and I was immediately able to use some of the skills we learned on my own projects. Thanks, DRS Staff!

Boram Kang

Boram Kang left a positive review 2/23/2018

It was the best workshop ever!

Boram Kang

Boram Kang left a positive review 3/2/2018

Thank you so much for providing such a practical workshop. Also, people there helped me a lot!

Didem Baykara

Didem Baykara left a positive review 2/23/2018

It was really helpful and brief. All the instructors give us information about the further studies if we want to pursue.

Alessandra Mazzocchi

Alessandra Mazzocchi left a positive review 1/19/2018

The workshop was clear and fulfilled my expectation about the topic.