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Learn about Forsyth Library
Even though the building is currently closed due to FHSU's COVID-19 response, it's good to get an idea of what Forsyth Library can offer in terms of services, resources, and spaces. Watch the videos below for an overview of what the library can do to help you successfully complete your assignments, research projects, and classes.
Library services while the building is closed:
Many of the services and resources mentioned are still available while the building is closed. For example:
We hope to see you all back in the library soon!
Why Forsyth Library Resources?
If some of the vocabulary in your research assignment isn't clear, take a look at the library vocabulary list to help clarify the terms often used to describe the process of scholarly research.
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