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The Florida State University Libraries support and enhance the learning, teaching, research, and service activities of the Florida State University with collections of more than 3 million volumes, 549,000 e-books, 78,000 periodicals and over 600 databases. The Libraries provide organized access to quality information in all formats, promoting information literacy, preserving information, and engaging in collaborative partnerships to disseminate ideas to advance intellectual discovery. The Special Collections and Archives Division of the Florida State University Libraries supports and advances research, teaching, and engagement by acquiring, preserving, and providing access to collections of original manuscripts, rare books, and university archives for use by students, faculty, and researchers worldwide. As part of its mission, the Special Collections and Archives division preserves the cultural and historical record, serves as the institutional memory of FSU, and promotes multidisciplinary research.
The Fulton County Schools Archives preserves and maintains a wide range of historic materials such as board minutes, school yearbooks, and a/v recording. While serving the public as a repository for these historical collections, the FCS Archives, in partnership with the Teaching Museum, is creating classroom resources from these artifacts so that students can learn firsthand how various events in history impacted our school system and communities.