The Libraries provide a variety of in-person and online assistance to researchers.
Information Desk: in-person assistance is provided most hours that the library is open. Staffed by a combination of Librarians and Graduate Research Assistants, we field all types of questions through a variety of mediums: face-to-face, email, telephone and instant message/text.
When asking for assistance, please state your status as an alumni so that we can best serve you.
The Foundation Center, along with its partners, is designed to provide current information for the fund-seeking public and those doing research on private foundations, philanthropy, nonprofit organization and management, volunteerism, fundraising, grantmaking, and letter and proposal writing.
Raynor Memorial Libraries’ digital scholarship services transform the way faculty and students create and share knowledge by helping them explore new digital tools and methodologies. These services leverage in-house information resources and technologies and library expertise to forge new interdisciplinary connections and accelerate inquiry, discovery, and learning. Among the digital tools we help support are digitization, data visualization, digital mapping, social media, web development, simulation, and data management.
We have assessed a number of tools that may assist you in your work. The Digital Toolbox will help you discover tools that are suited specifically to your project needs.