Friday, September 30, 2011

Featured Online Resource, Oct. 3

This week's Featured Online Resource is Northwestern University Library's

List of Foreign Governments. It's hard to think of a country not included, and this menu of non U.S. government websites is a wrapped-up, ribboned gift for anyone in need of economic, political, or demographic information on an international scale. Click on the alphabetical ranges along the top of the page to get started.
Don't worry if the page is not in English--Google will translate.

Every week, the Ort Library brings you a new and outstanding resource from the Web or from one of the library's databases. To get an archive of all FOR entries, click here. Also, you can suggest a website that provides well-organized access to useful info.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Course-Specific Electronic Guides

Sometimes you're not here to ask us for help. Our webpage features many tools to help you wherever you are. In addition to our guides to various topics and FSU programs, we are now
in the process of rolling out several course-specific research guides.
Surf's up!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Group Computing Stations! Fifth Floor!

Compute high up overlooking the Lane Center in our three new group computing rooms on the fifth floor. These rooms are equipped with new PCs with big, widescreen monitors for your group PowerPoint or other presentation. Grab a key from the Circulation Desk (3rd floor), and with a total of three or more people, take advantage.
We also have three fifth floor cubicles for group computing, overlooking the baseball diamond. The view is spectacular, but you cannot use these for watching the game! Computer use only, please.


Welcome to the new semester! We have a lot of people in the building already--great!
Be sure to familiarize yourself with our updated
Code of Conduct. See the signs in the building--grab a bookmark at the circ desk or reference desk!