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Florence - FSU Libraries from Abroad

This guide will provide a one stop shop for students and faculty on using library resources and services from the FSU Florence campus.

Florence Study Center Library and Computer Lab

  • General collection consists of approximately 7,000 volumes focusing primarily on Italian art, literature, politics, history, and culture
  • Non-circulating reference collection consists of general reference materials along with specialized volumes that support the Florence Study Center curriculum
  • Majority of the collection is published in the English language
  • Many books and reference materials are available in Italian
  • Computer lab comprises of Windows compatible, networked computers that can be used for both word processing and internet access

Library Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Friday: 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Library Hours are subject to change due to events outside of the library's control. If you are planning a visit, be sure to check this page a few days prior to your visit to obtain the most current hours of operation.

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Research and Writing Skills

Evaluating the sources you find on a topic is an important part of your research activity. Not all information you find is valid, useful, or accurate. Some questions you need to ask while searching for and reading a source are:

  • Is the information relevant and valid for my research?
  • Is my topic covered in enough depth that the source will be helpful?
  • Is the content of the source fact, opinion, or propaganda?
  • How current is the information provided?

For other questions to ask and further tips on evaluating your sources, consult:

Online Resources:


Video Tutorials:

Citation management tools help you gather references and format your bibliography. Here are some of the most common ones in use:

Plagiarism and Honor Policy

Florida State University defines plagiarism as "intentionally presenting the work of another as one's own (i.e., without proper acknowledgement of the source)." Typical examples that are stated in the FSU Academic Honor Policy include: using another's work from print, web, or other sources without acknowledging the source; quoting from a source without citation; using facts, figures, graphs, charts or information without acknowledgment of the source; and utilizing ghostwriting or pay-for-paper services.

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