Librarians advocate—for you!


By Rose Petralia

We’ve had a week to settle in and acclimate to new digs, new classes, new professors and students… and new assignments, oh yeah. Don’t fret, the Evans Library is here to help you with reference librarians ready to assist students, staff, and faculty every day except Saturday. Find our schedule on the Library website.

You know that all of FIT’s librarians are here to help you. But did you know that each FIT program has a dedicated Information Advocate? “What’s an Information Advocate,” you say?

Evans Library’s Information Advocates are a great resource for help with specialized research tools. Whether you are a graduate student looking for the best databases to use for your thorough literature review, a senior working on your capstone project, or a chemistry professor who would like to learn how to get the most out of SciFinder, in-person or online, your Information Advocate can help!

If you are unsure who your advocate is, an easy way to find out is by checking the Research Guide for your field.

Find your Information Advocate in the Research Guides for your field.

Find the Research Guides from the Library’s website, and as always, if you need help finding them, Ask a Librarian!

(Featured photo courtesy of the New York Public Library.)


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