Welcome back! We’ve reopened for FAU and PBSC students, faculty and staff! Here’s everything you need to know before visiting.
We encourage you to check our current occupancy and continue to use our online resources and services
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News & Announcements

The Government Information & Maps Department of FAU’s Wimberly Library has put together an online guide with state, local, and federal government resources on what you need to know to register to vote.  You will be able to research whether you are eligible to vote, where to register, options for submitting your ballot, and more.

 

Have you been unable to read an article or other publication because you had to pay for it?  For professors and researchers, are you frustrated by limited options for sharing or posting your published scholarly work?  If so, Open Access is a response to these scenarios.

 

While we’ve never had a semester like this, FAU Libraries’ staff has still been working hard to get students the help they need! Our Instruction and Engagement Services Department quickly adapted to remote learning by offering virtual office hours, staffing the “Ask a Librarian” chat, and connecting with students one-on-one. During the several months that we’ve been remote, our services have made an impact on students and staff.

 

Events & Workshops

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Open Access (OA) funding shifts the costs of publishing, but ...
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