The library as a whole and individual units offer services and materials to support
classroom faculty and our shared goals.
Research and Instructional Services | Circulation, Periodicals, and Acquisitions | Library/Faculty Liaison program
Our Research and Instructional Services unit supports Information Literacy and provides research assistance for students and faculty. Take advantage of these services and resources to get your students research-ready.
- Library Instructional Services
- Faculty Toolbox
- Research Guides
- One-on-One Research Consultations
- "Ask the Library" Online Reference Service
- Reserve Materials Placing Items on Reserve
- Library Materials Purchase Requests
- Interlibrary Loan
- Forecasting and Trend Services
- Reserve the Forecasts Room
Our Library/Faculty Liaison Program provides a dialogue between library faculty and classroom faculty by defining a primary
contact within the Library for each academic department. Our goals are advocating
for increased support for the curriculum, collaborating in support of curricular initiatives,
promoting library services and resources to the FIT community, and informing the collection
development needs in subject areas.
In other words, if you have a question or need related to the library, ask your Liaison!
See our Liaison Finder tool in the right hand column for your contact in the LIbrary.
Our list is being updated for the Spring 2019 semester, but you can contact Research & Instructional Services if there is no library faculty member listed yet for your department or interest.
The FIT Digital Image Library (FITDIL) is an internet-based digital repository database of approximately 66,000 digital images intended for both research and instructional use by FIT students and faculty. For questions regarding FITDIL and its use in the classroom, contact Jana Duda, Technology Services Manager, 212 217.4375.