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Indigenous Resources: Personal Librarian: Home

This guide is intended to highlight Indigenous resources available at the Reg Erhardt Library to support students in their studies and their personal reading interests.


Welcome to the Indigenous Resources: Personal Librarian Guide. My name is Jessica and I am the Personal Librarian for Indigenous students at SAIT.

What is a Personal Librarian and why do I need one?

A Personal Librarian is someone that will provide Library support to you. That means assisting you with:

  • research for assignments (brainstorming topics, finding resources, etc.)
  • providing guidance on citations
  • recommending resources that may help you with your studies
  • navigate how the Library "works." Meaning: help you find, borrow, renew, or return items
  • keep you up to date on library events
  • bring new resources to your attention

Your Personal Librarian is another means of support during your time at SAIT. Transitioning to post-secondary studies can cause unnecessary stress or confusion and I'm here to help with that!

How can I contact my Personal Librarian?

I will be in Chinook Lodge every Tuesday from 11:30am-1:00pm.
You can also reach me by email:
By phone: 403-284-8476
Or stop by my office inside the library in MC 129


Personal Librarian

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Jessica Leslie
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