“Information is our game”: Ask a librarian for help!
August 21, 2015

Overwhelmed by too much information?  Have a suspicion you are missing critical books or articles for your classes or research?

You can set up an appointment for a one-on-one meeting with your subject librarian to help with an assignment or other information need.  This can take place at any point (or multiple times) during the research process.

Among other things, our librarians can help you identify and locate sources of information, develop effective search strategies, or evaluate the reliability of resources.

Your subject area is your expertise; information is ours.  Contact us anytime!



Peter Fernandez is the subject librarian for students and faculty in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.  Peter offers research support for agriculture and assistance with citation management (especially Zotero!), scholarly publishing, and copyright issues.

Contact Peter at pfernand@utk.edu or 865-974-2886.


Ann Viera is the subject librarian for students and faculty in the College of Veterinary Medicine.  Ann assists veterinary students and faculty and veterinarians in practice with finding the best available evidence to support clinical decisions.  Ask Ann about finding library materials, systematic literature reviews, and signing up for an ORCID identifier for researchers.

Contact Ann at annviera@utk.edu or 865-974-9015.


Caroline Zeglen is the assistant librarian at Pendergrass Library.  Caroline offers help with general research questions, library orientation and instruction, and citation management programs.  (And just for fun, check out Caroline in the latest episode of the “Information is Our Game” series about UT librarians.)

Contact Caroline at credmon1@utk.edu or 865-974-4735.