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From the Schools of Social Work & Public Health Library

Welcome Adjunct Faculty

Library Faculty and Staff

Margaret Bausman, LCSW, MSLIS; Head Librarian; 212-396-7659 / mbausman@hunter.cuny.edu

Adina Mulliken, MLIS, MS; Social Work Librarian; 212-396-7665 / am2621@hunter.cuny.edu

John Pell, MLIS, M.Ed.; Public Health Librarian; 212-396-7660 / jpell@hunter.cuny.edu

Arlene Shapiro; Reserves Manager; 212-396-7655 / eshapiro@hunter.cuny.edu

Ann Thompson; Circulation & Stacks Manager; 212-396-7655 / athompso@hunter.cuny.edu

For More Information about Social Work Instruction

Please Contact:

Margaret Bausman, LCSW-R, MSLIS

Assistant Professor

Head, Social Work & Public Health Library

Step-by-Step Guides for Adjuncts

Profile ImageAdina Mulliken, MLIS, MS

Assistant Professor

Social Work Librarian

am2621@hunter.cuny.edu

212-396-7665

 

 

The following guides, created by Prof Mulliken, are included in the Adjunct Manual and the New Adjunct Orientation.

Information Literacy for Social Work Practice

The library faculty are available to provide instruction and library support for you and your students.  We can tailor instructional sessions covering a  range of information needs and research skills : from broad information literacy competencies to specific research skills or informational sources.

One hour information literacy modules for social work practice are embedded in the following courses:

Module 1 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I  (711) The Foundation: Library Resources for Social Work

Four graded assignments linked to curriculum content

Module 2 Social Welfare Policy II  (702) The Expanding Information Universe: Integrating Subscription and Publicly Available Information Sources for Social Work Linked to position / advocacy paper and / or presentation
Module 3 Research I  (751) Advanced Database Strategies for Social Work Research Linked to Literature Review
Module 4 Professional Seminar  (790) Pulling it All Together and Going Forth Linked to final paper / project

 

Social Work Research Guides

Research Guides published specifically for Silberman students:

New Books at the Social Work Library

Chat Reference Help