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Resources for Distance Learners  

This guide provides information to support distance learners in acquiring materials and doing research using our resources. It also provides information about the library.
Last Updated: Dec 9, 2013 URL: http://guides.lib.fsu.edu/distancelearners Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Jacque Druash
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Ask for me at Strozier Library (0112D) or 645-2164 or jdruash@fsu.edu
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Bridgett Birmingham
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Bridgett (Turnipseed) Birmingham
Suite 112, 116 Honors Way
Tallahassee, Fl 32306-2047
(850) 644-6810
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Library Help From a Distance

FSU Libraries offers 24/7 online library assistance with our Ask Us Now chat service. You can also text us at 850 937 7067.  We have friendly staff ready to help you during the libraries' open hours.

Please click the Ask Us Now link above for immediate help.

 

How to use this guide

Use the tabs at the top to navigate through this beginner's guide. A more advanced guide is under development. Stay tuned!

Updates to this guide are ongoing! We welcome your suggestions. Let us know by adding a Comment.

 

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Welcome!

Dear Distance Learners,

On behalf of The Florida State University Libraries, we are pleased that you have chosen FSU for your studies!

Our desired contribution to your success extends beyond simply providing access to scholarly resources, because we do understand that utilizing the Libraries' resources at a distance comes with unique challenges. We hope to establish a meaningful and active relationship that will support your goals. This guide will:

1. Orient you to the Libraries' website so that you can find your way to our resources

2. Teach you how to use our resources effectively

3. Provide one-on-one reference/research assistance

4. Keep you abreast of signifigant developments within the Libraries'

Updates to this guide are on-going, and more extensive resources are under development.

Sincerely,

The Distance Learning Team

Karen Southwell, Undergraduate Reference Librarian

Jacque Druash, Undergraduate Instructional Librarian

Bridgett Birmingham, Undergraduate Technology Librarian

 
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