FIU, UM, FSU Join Together in Statewide Effort to Raise Florida Presence in National Online Library

Sunshine State Digital Network Helps Organizations Around State Enlarge Access to their Digitized Collections

Cultural, historical, and educational institutions throughout South and Central Florida can now share their digitized holdings with people across the United States and around the world with guidance from librarians and digital strategists at Florida International University (FIU) and the University of Miami (UM).

24/5 Update for Finals and Spring 2018

The FIU Libraries will once again extend library hours for the last weeks of the semester to help you prepare and do a great job on your final exams.

The Green Library will be open 24/5 from November 27th through the end of finals. Due to the success of the Spring 2017 24/5 pilot program and support from the President's Office, the Office of the Provost, FIU Police Department, and Facilities, the 24/5 schedule will be in effect for the entire spring semester beginning Monday, January 8th.

A Very Hogwarts Library Fair

Are you a Ravenclaw, Gryffindor, Slytherin, or Hufflepuff? Or perhaps you attended Beauxbatons or Durmstrang? Or perhaps you're a Muggle with an extensive knowledge of the wizarding world? Whatever the case is, we want you at our second annual BBC Library Fair! Come and learn what service the library offers, as well as what else is available at BBC. There will be prizes, games, crafts, snacks, and much more!

Archive Day

Special Collections and University Archives at FIU Libraries invite you to join us for Archive Day on October 20 to meet and greet archivists and librarians from around South Florida. Drop in anytime between 11:00am- 2:00pm.

This event will provide you the opportunity to:

Student Access to the NYT Has Gone Digital

You might have noticed that The New York Times (NYT) paper racks have been empty this semester. That’s because the NYT Readership Program has changed. FIU is now providing digital access to the paper to all students, faculty and staff.

The NYT Readership Program began in 2010 with the belief that free access to one of the world’s highest quality periodicals would help students stay informed and up to date on current events. Paper copies were available during the week at specific locations around campus.