We partner with NYU’s community of scholars in the domains of education, psychology, social work, nursing, and allied health to advance research and learning. We accomplish this by providing access to information resources and offering instruction and consultation opportunities with an emphasis in developing a praxis of information seeking, methods development, evidence-based analysis, and data stewardship.
We offer classes within the domains of education, psychology, social work, nursing, and allied health to help students:
- become familiar with library resources and spaces,
- develop research strategies for successful searches in catalogs and databases,
- focus their research topic and identify key search terms, and
- distinguish between scholarly, popular, journalistic, and other sources.
If you are an instructor who is interested in having us teach a class in your program, please contact us individually according to your course and our subject specialty.
Our consultation services are available to support researchers at all levels, identify the targeted objectives associated with their projects, introduce proven data management techniques, and assess their progress and success. Please contact us individually according to your topic and our subject specialty.
As subject specialists within the domains of education, psychology, social work, nursing, and allied health, we select books, journals, and other materials in accordance with the library’s collection development policy that reflects the needs of the University’s teaching and research programs.
Head, Health, Education, and Human Development & Librarian for Social Work and Psychology
Librarian for Education & Human Development
Librarian for Health: Nursing
Librarian for Health: Allied Health
Reference Librarian for Social Sciences