The Personal Librarian Program is designed to introduce students entering Drew University to information literacy skills and the collections and services of the Drew Libraries. As a first year student, you will be matched with a Librarian based on your college seminar group, a relationship that will continue through your first year. When you declare a major, you will graduate to the reference librarian for your department/major, who will help you with the research you do for your major.
First Year students: check your college seminar name to find your librarian.
Personal Librarians work with students to find and use the information resources-- books, databases, journals, websites, etc-- available at Drew. We provide personalized help, assisting students to become savvy and skilled users of information and research.
Your Personal Librarian will contact you occasionally throughout the year to let you know about new databases and tools, library tips, and research methods and strategies. You are encouraged to contact your Personal Librarian with any questions you have about your research or the Library. How often you choose to avail yourself of your Personal Librarian is entirely up to you.
If you have questions about Personal Librarians, contact Jody Caldwell, the head of Reference.
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