What is a Personal Librarian?
It is how the library provides Cura Personalis, which is Latin for "care for the whole person."
When you sign up for a Personal Librarian, you will be matched with a Rose Hill Reference Librarian who will make it a priority to get to know you and your individual research needs. That librarian can serve as a friendly face for you when you need help in the library. Your Personal Librarian can provide reference assistance and help with research strategies, and can also point you in the right direction if you have questions about other aspects of the library.
Your Personal Librarian is your personal library contact throughout your time at Fordham, but you aren't limited to your assigned librarian--you can always ask for help from any Fordham librarian.
How do I request or find my Personal Librarian?
To sign up for a Personal Librarian, please complete the form linked to below:
If you’ve been assigned a personal librarian but don’t remember who it is, just fill out the form again and we will have your personal librarian email you.
How quickly will my Personal Librarian respond to my email?
Personal Librarians will respond within two business days. If you need immediate help, please stop by or call the Reference Desk, or use our Ask A Librarian service.
How can my Personal Librarian help me?
First we need to get to know you. Then once we know what you know about libraries and what you need from the library we can:
Your Personal Librarian does not: