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Answers to the most commonly asked questions about the Evans Library are available by clicking on the questions below:

Use the Evans Library from home?

Create an MLA or APA citation?

Print in the Evans Library?

Find or re-set MyFM password?

Find an article?

Find a book?

Find an article or books from another library?

Check if my textbook is on reserve?

Reserve a group study room?

Know the Library's hours?

Use Blackboard?

Set-Up MyFM Email Account?



You can use the Evans Library from anywhere you have access to the internet. All you need is your MyFM username and password. Watch this short video:


We recommend using NoodleTools to create and manage your citations.  Need more?  APA Help.  MLA HelpWatch this short video to learn how to access NoodleTools:



Printing in the Evans Library requires you to have a WEPA account

Printing costs .09/page for black & white and .35/page for color. Find out more here.


Your FM username is the first letter of your first name, the first letter of your last name and five random digits. If you're having trouble with your account you can: Contact the Registrar's Office (A109 or x8700), call 1-800-875-6269, or contact a librarian


Articles are generally found in databases.  A list of databases is available here.  If you're off-campus you'll need to enter your MyFM username and password.


We offer access to over 60,000 books in print and e-formats.  Start your search for books here.


Requesting items from another library is free and easy! Our interlibrary loan system is designed to help you get what you want.

Check here for the current list of items on reserve. Books and other resources are on reserve and available for use with your FM ID if your instructor has provided us a copy


We have a limited number of group study spaces that can be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basic for three-hour blocksUse this form to reserve your group's study space.

Blackboard is used at FM for your online and blended courses. Instructors may also use it to provide resources for traditional, face-to-face courses. This quick guide  to Blackboard is a must read.   A web-based self-paced tutorial is available by clicking here.   _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

All FM students have a college (Google) email account.  Click here to login using your MyFM username and password. Or, review these instructions