The Personal Librarian program is designed to introduce students to the many resources, tools and services available through the Library. Students in select programs will be contacted by their personal librarian occasionally throughout the year.
How can my Personal Librarian help me?
- Keep you informed with periodic email messages highlighting new resources and services.
Answer your questions about using Library resources and services, such as course reserves, printing and copying, study spaces and more.
Assist you with finding information for your assignments and papers, by helping you identify the best sources and to develop effective search strategies.
Who is my Personal Librarian?
Participating librarians and programs:
- Karen Bordonaro (Applied Linguistics, Classics, Modern Languages, Adult Education, Education graduate students)
- Justine Cotton (English, Visual Arts, Music, Dramatic Arts, Communication, Popular Culture and Film, M.A. in Popular Culture)
- John Dingle (Interactive Arts and Sciences, GAME, History)
- Ian Gordon (Earth Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Math & Statistics, Biological Sciences, Oenology and Viticulture)
- Colleen MacKinnon (Psychology, Child and Youth Studies)
- Laurie Morrison (Sociology, Social Justice and Equity Studies, Master in Critical Sociology)
- Elizabeth Yates (Health Sciences, Kinesiology, Nursing, Recreation and Leisure, Sport Management)
- Lindsay Bontje (Women’s and Gender Studies)
- Martin Chandler (Sustainability, Science and Society)
In the news
Personal Librarian program growing after strong start Brock News, May 2018.
Getting personal: Personal Librarian programs at two Ontario campuses. InsideOCULA, April 2016.
Personal Librarian Project launches this fall, Brock News, October 2014.