FSU Libraries continues to make updates to services we are currently providing to the FSU community. For the most up to date information on all services and resources, visit https://www.lib.fsu.edu/news/covid-19.
Newest updates to Libraries services:
Starting Tuesday, May 26, FSU Libraries are offering curbside pick-up of library materials in the Strozier and Dirac collections for FSU faculty and students. Learn more about this new service and request materials here.
Streaming Media Course Reserves
Streaming Media Course Reserves service has resumed in a limited capacity. More information is available on the Streaming Media Course Reserves Request Form and questions can be directed to Dave Rodriguez, Resident Media Librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Learning District’s late night STEM tutoring is back! Group tutoring will be available via Zoom every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. starting May 18. Visit https://www.lib.fsu.edu/tutoring/online-tutoring for more information.
FSU Libraries are accepting scanning requests for course reserves. Instructors who need library materials scanned for their courses may submit a request here. We also plan to return all other scanning services soon. Additional access to our collections, which may include curbside pickup, is in development. We will share updates as soon as we have them.
Special Collections and Archives Research & Reference Services
Researchers may continue to use email@example.com to communicate research and reference questions to Special Collections & Archives. Digitized and born-digital resources remain accessible from any web browser in the FSU Digital Library. Guidelines for discovering and using special collections resources at FSU and beyond are included on our Catalogs & Databases page.
Special Collections and Archives Class Visits & Instruction Services
Special Collections & Archives can facilitate online class visits and provide resources for asynchronous coursework. To request support for synchronous online instruction, please complete the Class Visit Request Form two weeks or more in advance of the session. For assistance incorporating Special Collections & Archives resources into asynchronous coursework, please complete the Research Consultation Request Form. Please contact Special Collections & Archives at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions about support for online instruction.