UMSL Libraries is offering a service called the Personal Librarian Program. Geared toward first-year students, our goals are simple: 1) to ensure that students new to UMSL 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.
During first-year students' first year at UMSL, they can expect Personal Librarians to help with
Your Personal Librarian will help you:
We can also answer your questions (big or small) about the library:
The Personal Librarian program is designed to save you time, and help you succeed academically during your crucial first year in college. Your Personal Librarian is here to help you get the most of the library and we are dedicated to helping you succeed academically.
You are not limited to only your Personal Librarian, so feel free to contact any library staff member if you need help.
If you have questions about Personal Librarians, contact Reference Librarian, Lindsey Scales.
We love helping you, and sometimes that is by directing you to the folks who can do that best:
Advising - find your advisor - http://www.umsl.edu/~academicadvising/Who.html
Math Help - get help from the Math "Academic Center - http://www.umsl.edu/cmpsci/math-academic-center/
Tech Help - get help from UMSL Information Technology Services - http://help.umsl.edu/
Tutoring - find out more from UMSL tutoring - https://www.umsl.edu/tutoring/index.html
Writing - get an appointment at the writing center - http://writingcenter.umsl.edu/
Coaching - request an academic coach - https://www.umsl.edu/~mcraa/services.html