The Libraries' Reserves Services include:
* Placing books & articles on Course Reserves
* Embedding electronic articles and eBook links into course sites
* Copyright & Fair Use information
For further information contact:
Social Work &Urban Public Health
Zabar Art Library
For more information about copyright, contact:
Malin Abrahamsson, Copyright Assistant
or go to (C)opyright @CUNY
The Libraries' subject specialists work collaboratively with Hunter College departments and faculty to integrate knowledge of information literacy and research methods into courses and programs.
Librarians can serve as a course builders within your BlackBoard site by providing valuable research help to your students. We can embed in your course in a variety of ways - please consult with your subject librarian to learn the various ways we can support your classes.
Librarians can provide assistance in creating, and even grading, effective research assignments. Click this link to see an example of a library research assignment for graduate students in public health.
Individual research consultations with librarians are also available for you and your students. These sessions are especially helpful for assistance with complex, in-depth research assignments. These sessions are available by request at least 2 days in advance.
The Research Toolkit addresses problems like stating a research question, locating sources that address the research question, and reading a scholarly article effectively. It includes workseets, videos, and interactive excercises that may be linked to or embedded in a course website.
Librarians can create online research guides (like the one you are viewing now) that will help students navigate the information resources available in a particular subject area or related to a topic. View a complete list of current research guides here: https://libguides.library.hunter.cuny.edu/
Librarians offer visiting lectures, workshops, webinars, and classes in the library labs. These can be one-shot sessions, or multiple sessions throughout the semester. To schedule instruction sessions, complete this class request form.
See Library Instruction Guidelines for more information.