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View Online Tutorials

These short videos:

  • Introduce different sections of the State Library's website.
  • Guide you through many of our online services and resources.

Online Tutorials

Using the State Library Catalog

State Library Services and Collections

On Demand Webinars

  • Library Services for State Employees (43:13)
    • Watch an overview of our services.
  • Forestry Resources (30:40)
    • Learn how to find forestry-related information quickly online.
  • Legislative Research (43:29)
    • Learn about the legislative resources in our collections and how we can help you use them.
  • Business Resources (52:14)
    • Learn how to quickly find business-related journal articles, e-books and other business information online.
  • Newspapers (38:14)
    • Learn about the State Library's newspaper holdings in print, microfilm and digital formats.
  • State Agency Publications (18:28)
    • Find publications produced by Florida’s state government, and contribute your agency's own publications.
  • Find It Like a Librarian (37:08)
    • Search beyond Google and use our free electronic resources as part of your online research strategies.
  • Environmental Resources (28:28)
    • Find journal articles and technical reports in our research databases and navigate the environmental science resources in our catalog.
  • Public Health Research (36:21)
    • Find public health information, free continuing education opportunities and key resources for public health outreach.
  • Nursing Resources  (32:09)  
    • Find nursing information, free CE opportunities and resources for nursing outreach.

View Our YouTube Channel

Additional Outreach

If you have specific information needs or suggestions for additional tutorials, contact our reference staff.

  • On-site presentations available in Tallahassee.
  • Phone conference available outside Tallahassee area.
  • Suggest a tutorial. 

Contact Us

Josie Malefatto, Outreach Coordinator
[email protected]

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.