The For Faculty section of the Hunter College Main Library Website provides access to information about many of the library's services most requested by faculty.
Information about borrowing and circulation services, such as holds, recalls, and borrowing from other libraries, for Hunter College students, faculty, staff and some institutional affiliates.
Provides more information about the CLICS service that allows faculty, staff and students to have books delivered from almost anywhere in the CUNY library system to the Hunter campus.
Names, phone numbers an email address for Hunter College Libraries Faculty and Staff.
The Reserve Desk is located on the 3rd floor of the Main Library and at the Circulation Desks at the Health Professions Library and the Schools of Social Work and Public Health Library.
Links to article databases by subject, general article databases, newspaper article databases, government information databases, and a comprehensive list of all the article databases to which the Hunter College Library subscribes.
The "FAQ" section of the Hunter College Library web site provides answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Access to information that will help you answer commonly-asked questions on conducting research, using databases, navigating the libraries, locating the libraries, connecting to electronic resources from off campus, and more.
Click here for the policies. Click here to to request materials from other libraries.
All the information you need to access the internet in the library.
The Library Instruction Program aims to support faculty at all Hunter locations by offering library instruction through visiting lectures, classes in the specially equipped library classroom, workshops and individual consultations.
Information on borrowing a library laptop.
Lists of the library's hours and interactive maps.
Information about selected services available to Hunter Students, Faculty, Alumni and Non-CUNY Affiliates.
Helpful resource that links to research guides on specific topics.
List and links to contact subject specialists.
An interactive form for users to suggest materials for the library to purchase.
Turnitin is a web-based tool that can serve as a deterrent to plagiarism and can be used to educate students about appropriate use of sources in writing and research. Turnitin accounts are available for all Hunter instructors.