Library Instruction

The Hunter College Libraries offers instruction options designed to support students and faculty at all Hunter locations. Selections include  visiting lectures, classes in our specially-equipped library classrooms, workshops, individual consultations. 

INFORMATION RESEARCH (LIBR 100) is a one credit semester long course for students who are interested in improving their research skills.

All ENGL 120 sections are required to have at least one instructional session in the library with a library teacher. Teachers should contact their faculty librarian when they receive the list of pairings and coordinate with them on the best time for the session. If you haven't received a pairing, please contact the ENGL 120 coordinators. Librarians have created an Instruction Menu tailored for English 120 classes. You are welcome to schedule more than one library session with your assigned librarian, space and time permitting.

Schedule a Class with a Librarian
Instruction Request Form (main campus)

At the Health Professions Library, contact Prof. John Carey, 212-481-4326, e-mail (

At the Schools of Social Work and Public Health Library, contact Prof. Margaret Bausman, e-mail (

For more information, contact Prof. Phil Swan, e-mail (

Instruction Tools

Information Literacy Links