Library

I’ve attempted to organize the following academic and mainstream resources thematically.  Please let me know of worthwhile suggestions to add.

Recent podcast episodes: 

Keane, D. W. (2019, June 18). What is library social work? [NASW Social Work Talks Podcast, Episode 34]. Retrieved from https://www.socialworkers.org/News/Social-Work-Talks-Podcast/EP34-What-is-Library-Social-Work

Draper, C., & Foster, K. (2019, February). inSocialWork Podcast #264 : Carrie Draper and Dr. Kirk Foster: Exploring the Integration of Social Workers into the Library Setting (G. Hamilton, Interviewer). Retrieved from https://www.insocialwork.org/episode.asp?ep=264

Enoch Pratt Free Library. (2018, November 9). Kimberly Street and Laurel Smith-Raut discussing Social Worker In The Library [Podcast]. In Free to Bmore Podcast. Retrieved from https://www.prattlibrary.org/bmorepodcast/

Tools for conducting needs assessment

Trauma informed care libraries (trainings for library staff by social workers and interns):

Athens-Clarke County Library & Univ of Georgia School of Social Work:

Denver Public Library – social work team (no interns at the moment):

Outreach – children

Kansas City Public Library. (2018). Front Porch Cafe. Retrieved from https://www.kclibrary.org/library-locations/lucile-h-bluford-branch/kids-event/front-porch-cafe?delta=14

Re-entry

Brooklyn Public Library. (2018). Jail & Prison Libraries: TeleStory. Retrieved from https://www.bklynlibrary.org/outreach/transitional-services

New Jersey Library Association. (2018). Fresh Start Re-Entry Program @ Long Branch Public Library.I Love NJ Libraries. Retrieved from http://www.ilovenjlibraries.org/content/fresh-start-re-entry-program-long-branch-public-library

The Link News. (2014). Library honored for innovative Fresh Start Re-Entry Program. Retrieved from http://thelinknews.net/2014/07/16/library-honored-for-innovative-fresh-start-re-entry-program/

Literacy

Long Branch Free Public Library. (2017). Fade to Books Barbershop Literacy Initiative. Retrieved from http://www.longbranchlib.org/about-the-barbershop-program

Additional

Zettervall, S. K., & Nienow, M. C. (2019). Social work students: “Living the dream” in the library. In Whole person librarianship: A social work approach to patron services (pp. 49-63). Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

Zettervall, S. (2015a, July 20). My library wants a social work intern! How do I make that happen? Retrieved October 5, 2018, from https://wholepersonlibrarianship.com/2015/07/20/my-library-wants-a-social-work-intern-how-do-i-make-that-happen/

Zettervall, S. (2015b, July 28). Ask WPL: Social Work Interns and Patron Privacy. Retrieved October 5, 2018, from https://wholepersonlibrarianship.com/2015/07/28/ask-wpl-social-work-interns-and-patron-privacy/

Zettervall, S. (2015c, August 17). Ask WPL: How can I find a library practicum that incorporates social work? Retrieved October 5, 2018, from https://wholepersonlibrarianship.com/2015/08/17/ask-wpl-how-can-i-find-a-library-practicum-that-incorporates-social-work/

 

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