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Personal Librarian Program
Research shows that interacting with librarians and library services contributes to student success.
Starting in the Fall 2017 semester, AQ Librarians are offering a service called the Personal Librarian Program. Geared toward first-year students, our goals are simple: 1) to ensure that students new to college are aware of library resources, services, and programs; 2) to offer research and assignment support to first-year students; and 3) to decrease student anxiety when it comes to library use.
Throughout first-year students' first year at AQ, they can expect Personal Librarians to offer help with
Navigating the AQ Library
Finding articles, books, videos and other information sources
Developing research topics
Shellie admittedly displays typical librarian behavior, such as reading a ton of books, owning several cats, and wearing cardigans. However, when she is not helping students navigate library resources or explaining why critical thinking is, well, critical, she is likely to be out biking, backpacking, zip lining, or exploring the world.