Personal Librarians

The richness and complexity of library resources can be overwhelming. The Personal Librarians program is developed to support you in your learning and inquiry.

  • Keep you informed about new library programs and services via recurrent emails
  • Assist you with developing effective search strategy, conducting research and locating relevant information.
  • Help you to organize, store and manage information, cite it correctly and avoid plagiarism.
  • Answer your questions about library policies, resources and events.
  • Assist you with specific software applications such as Zotero, Refworks, iMovie, and others.
  • Connect you to resources outside the Georgetown library.

Who is your personal librarian?

Faculty members, Honor/Certificate and senior students are matched with a Personal Librarian by the discipline area. The library also offers online research guides, research consultations and library instruction.

Each First-Year student is assigned a Personal Librarian by the Academic Dean:

If your Dean is:
Julien Moutte

Your Personal Librarian is:

Tatiana Usova

Associate Director of the Library
Email Tatiana
Room: 1B14

If your Dean is:
Gehan Samarah and your surname begins with A

Your Personal Librarian is:

Robert Laws

Technology and Instruction Librarian
Email Robert
Room: 1B13

If your Dean is:
Gehan Samarah and your surname begins with B-Z

Your Personal Librarian is:

Paschalia Terzi

Instruction Librarian
Email Paschalia
Room: 1B15

The library team is here to help you succeed in your learning and research. We encourage you to contact your Personal Librarian with research and library-related questions as needed.