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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

Discover DH: Project Funding

Does your scholarship include work in the Digital Humanities? Both the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Council of Learned Societies...

2/23 10am
In his “Great Shadow”: Robert Burns’ Legacy

Robert Burns’ ability to spontaneously produce musical and poignant verse earned him the title of “Scotland’s Bard,” and ensured that his legacy would remain...

2/23 10am
The Savvy Researcher: Social Sciences Bootcamp

REGISTER Tools for Research Methodology (10-11am) Kirsten Kinsley Assessment Librarian, and Subject Specialist for Criminology and Criminal Justice;...

2/23 10am
In his “Great Shadow”: Robert Burns’ Legacy

Robert Burns’ ability to spontaneously produce musical and poignant verse earned him the title of “Scotland’s Bard,” and ensured that his legacy would remain...

2/26 10am
In his “Great Shadow”: Robert Burns’ Legacy

Robert Burns’ ability to spontaneously produce musical and poignant verse earned him the title of “Scotland’s Bard,” and ensured that his legacy would remain...

2/27 10am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Alessandra Mazzocchi

Alessandra Mazzocchi left a positive review 1/19/2018

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

Alexandra Krause

Alexandra Krause left a positive review 11/3/2017

The conducting a literature review and dissertation formatting presentation were beneficial because they were very detailed. I think the graduate panel would have been better if it would have been more diversified in terms of methodology and future plans. Other sessions were less beneficial because they were general overviews instead of being specific. For example, I was hoping to get more specific information from the writing lab rather than general information (i.e. breaking the project into little pieces).

Nicholas Pierce

Nicholas Pierce left a positive review 11/3/2017

I thought it was very comprehensive. I definitely learned a lot and now know more about what I'm doing.

David Rodriguez

David Rodriguez left a positive review 10/24/2017

Great hands-on workshop! I really enjoyed being able to do some practical exercises with markdown and using the GitHub desktop to update my repos.

David Rodriguez

David Rodriguez left a positive review 9/19/2017

Great introduction to the syntax and use of Python! I enjoyed the exercises provided as they helped to solidify the knowledge in practice.

David Rodriguez

David Rodriguez left a positive review 9/5/2017

An excellent introduction to using Git and Github helmed by Sarah Stanley. It provided a gentle introduction to the command-line as well. I personally was familiar with a good deal of the content of the presentation, but I learned most of it on my own and it was helpful to see my independent work validated and reinforced. There was also some more advanced features of using Git and GitHub that I was not familiar with that I was able to benefit from. I wish I could have taken this when I was learning Git on my own! A very helpful and productive workshop.

Carla Garay

Carla Garay left a positive review 9/5/2017

Sarah was very knowledgeable on the topic, explained well, and took time to attend to the group.

Sama'A Almubarak

Sama'A Almubarak left a positive review 4/21/2017

Informative introduction workshop!

Jinsil Jang

Jinsil Jang left a positive review 4/21/2017

It indeed fulfilled what I expected to learn. I really appreciate help and a lecture from Dr. Jesse Klein and Ms. Kirsten Kinsley!

Kate Simpkins

Kate Simpkins left a positive review 4/17/2017

It was great!