Does your discipline use mental tests and measures? Have you struggled to obtain full text of these items? You may know that many factors limit the availability of these materials including copyright and publishers’ restrictions. However, the Library can obtain instruments that were published in a book, article or dissertation. There are many ways to search for instruments that were published in books, articles, or dissertations, as well as some tests that are available free online.
Wondering how to cite your research paper in the updated, APA 7th edition format? Hunter provides access to the official APA Style Guide. To access this guide, go to the list of Hunter databases by TITLE, and select APA Style Guidelines. (If you prefer to use a different citation guide, try our link to Excelsior College’s Online Writing Lab).
Do you want to employ images in your presentations?
Do not let the name fool you, the images in Artstor extend far beyond the field of art. Studies have shown that incorporating visuals into lectures, papers, and research improves information retention and observational skills, regardless of discipline.
Check out this link for a guide to the numerous disciplines, from African American Studies to Women’s Studies, supported by the Artstor Digital Library
It's finals time and and a good time to be mindful of de-stressing tips.
- Eat healthy meals and snacks
- Drink water
Since we can't go into the Archives now, take a look at some images from Hunter College's Archives and Special Collections on fllckr.
Image credit: The Wistarion, Pg. 174-175, 1937, Archives & Special Collections, Hunter College Libraries, Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York City.
Hunter College Libraries is now an institutional subscriber to Covidence. This means that anyone with a Hunter College affiliated email address can obtain a Covidence account and access web-based support for systematic literature reviews by visiting this page: https://app.covidence.org/organizations/7Y9mQ/signup
A recent column in the Chronicle of Higher Education highlights how colleges and universities battle disinformation through media and information literacy programs.
Did you know that OneSearch provides direct Internet Archive links to the full content of 105,720 books owned by the Hunter College Libraries? Search by keywords, such as author, words in title, subjects, and your results will show full text resources with “Available Online” links, like the following (image below of Internet Archive link to a book from the OneSearch screen):
Open Educational Resources—textbooks, courseware, and ancillary materials which can be freely used, reused, and remixed—can play an important role in pedagogy and student achievement. The Open Educational Resources (OER) LibGuide (https://libguides.library.hunter.cuny.edu/oer) provides faculty with a portal to OER resources found within Hunter, the Hunter Libraries, the CUNY system, and beyond.