Recommended Databases for Fashion Industry Events
Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts
Search LIMcat Catalog
Find Books, E-Books and DVD's
Fashion Marketing Trends White Paper
Useful Research Guides & Tutorials
The Adrian G. Marcuse Library provides several research guides to assist you with your courses here at LIM College. Here are a few that will assist you with the Fashion Merchandising subject area.
- Company Research
- Demographics & Psychographics
- International Research for Merchandising and Marketing
- Product Development & Fashion Forecasting
The Library also provides you with tutorials to assist you with your research. The database tutorials that would be helpful to students studying fashion merchandising are:
Using the Catalog, LIMCat, to Find Resources
LIMCat is the library catalog that will enable you to find the book, DVD, or e-book to assist you with your project.
Main Stacks - Located in the center of the library; can be checked out for one month at a time and can be renewed once.
Oversized Stacks - Located to the back right hand corner of the library near the reference area; can be checked out for one month at a time and can be renewed once.
Reference Books - Designer reference books are located directly behind the library desk; general reference is located to the back right hand corner of the library; can be scanned and photocopied, but can't leave the library.
Periodicals/DVDs - Back room of the library; in front of the George Sanchez Training Room; periodicals can be scanned and photocopied, but can't leave the library; DVDs can be checked out for one week and renewed once.
Archives - 14th floor of Maxwell Hall; email Joanna Lamaida(Archivist/Librarian) to visit the archives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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