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Information Guides for Silberman School of Social Work

City University of New York, Hunter College, Hunter College Libraries

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New Books in Social Work

Print and Electronic

Advocacy

Social Worker Equity Campaign

Equity, Unity, and Action

Update on Hurricane Ida Damage

Due to flood damage from Hurricane Ida, books in the following call number ranges are temporarily unavailable:

BF 724 B46 -  E185.6.M5  
RA 771 - Z

If you need a book that falls within these call numbers, please contact a Librarian.  We are available to help find copies of unavailable books through other CUNY Libraries (CLICS), the national Inter-Library Loan program (ILL), or through public library systems.

See You IN the Library!

The Social Work & Urban  Public Health Library's physical space is OPEN!

These hours are subject to change - please be sure to check for updates here and under the Hours tab on the Hunter College Libraries homepage:

Hours for Winter Session 2022 : January 3rd - 27th

  • Monday -Friday: 10am-5:45pm
  • Saturday: 12Noon-4:45pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Social Work & Urban Public Health Library is OPEN Online

 

The Social Work & Urban Public Health Library is OPEN Online

Ask-a-Librarian

Live, on-line chat with a real librarian

Make an appointment with a Hunter Librarian

Video chat with a real Hunter Librarian

List of Hunter Librarian's Email

Email Hunter Librarians directly - Silberman Librarian emails are on this page

Wellness Support at Hunter / CUNY

What Are Information Guides?

Library information guides are jumping off points designed to guide you to information sources about subjects, populations, or areas of interest. 

This guide is a curated collection of resources assembled by Faculty Librarians at Silberman to make research and library use easier for the social work students, faculty and staff who use the library.  It is designed as a 'single point of access' or a 'one stop shopping' tool to access information about our library, its resources, and the broader information universe specific to social work.

Use the gray tabs to the left to navigate to collections of information sources and links to other Silberman-curated information guides.