We invite you to explore our Virtual Library Day Celebration for 2021. Library Day is a chance each year for the Hunter College Libraries to celebrate student, staff, and faculty research and creative accomplishments. This year and in 2020, we kept up the celebration in an online format, and also used the opportunity for our department to call out our own accomplishments for the year.
The semester is nearly over, but we know you're still working hard. Ask a Librarian is available for you whenever you need it. 3 am? Ask a librarian. 9pm? Ask a librarian. Need more in-depth help with a research question or problem? Schedule a one-on-one consultation with a librarian. The link below will take you to our 24/7 chat service, as well as the form to schedule a one-on-one consultation.
We're here for you: https://library.hunter.cuny.edu/ask-a-librarian
LIBR 100, Information Research, is the libraries’ one-credit course in which students learn how to hone their research topics, select appropriate databases for their topics, and evaluate the information that they find, both through Hunter’s own resources and on the free web. The course was first offered in the spring semester of 2007 and has been offered every spring and fall since then.
Like many of us, Hunter College Libraries went through some changes last year. We experienced transitions in library leadership, an international pandemic, and the dramatic introduction of new ways of working. We stuck together through it all and developed new ways of organizing ourselves and our work. We drew on leadership across the libraries through expanded definitions of department membership and committee structures. We grew together as an organization in ways that we could not anticipate.
Post by Lisa Finder, Associate Professor, Electronic Resources Librarian, and Liaison to the Department of Africana, Puerto Rican, and Latino Studies
As we celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we can acknowledge Hunter College as the first public, tuition-free college for women in America. Founded in 1870 by Thomas Hunter as a Normal College, its mission was to train teachers. Hunter College was known for high entry requirements; it did not exclude applicants based on race, religion, or ethnicity. Take a look at some of the digitized archival material available on the website.
Did you know that you can use Google Scholar to do a broad search for sources available through Hunter College Libraries and beyond?
Follow the instructions below to set Google Scholar to recognize sources available through Hunter College Libraries and be able to link to those from the search results.