Recent publications about social work/public library partnerships:

Aykanian, A., Morton, P., Trawver, K., Victorson, L., Preskitt, S., & Street, K. (2020). Library-based field placements: Meeting the diverse needs of patrons, including those experiencing homelessness. Journal of Social Work Education, 57(1), 72–80.

Cuseglio, R. (2020). MSW interns in the public library: a case study in community partnership,. Social Work Education.

Johnson, S.C., & Paauw, M.A. (2022). Partners in libraries: Social work students and the justice-involved. Public Libraries, 61(3), 28–36.

Johnson, S. C. (2021). Innovative social work field placements in public libraries. Social Work Education: The International Journal, Published online: 03 Apr 2021, 1–13.

Johnson, S. C. (2020, April 29). Social Work Students and Public Library Partnerships [ALL CONTENT and LINKS]. Web Junction; OCLC.

Johnson, S. C. (2020, March 24). Social Work Students and Public Library Partnerships. WebJunction Seminar, WebJunction [online webinar]. OCLC.

Johnson, S. C. (2019a). Social work students & public libraries. Social Work Students & Public Libraries.

Johnson, S. C. (2019b). Partnering for social justice: Social work students’ placement at public libraries. In S. Epstein & V. Gubnitskaia (Eds.), Social Justice and Activism in Libraries: Essays on Diversity and Change (pp. 45–52). McFarland Publishing.

Johnson, S. C. (2019c). Innovative collaborations: Social work student interns at public libraries. 2019 Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting , Denver, CO, USA.

Kelley, A., Riggleman, K., Clara, I., & Navarro, A. E. (2017). Determining the need for social work practice in a public library. Journal of Community Practice, 25(1), 112–125.

Lili Luo, Deborah Estreicher, Peter A. Lee, Cyndy Thomas, & Glenn Thomas. (2012). Social workers in the library: An innovative approach to address library patrons’ social service needs. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries, 1(1), 73–82.

Provence, M. A., Wahler, E. A., Helling, J., & Williams, M. A. (2020). Self-reported psychosocial needs of public library patrons: Comparisons based on housing status. Public Library Quarterly, 1–14.

Sharkey, C. N., Elkins, J., & Johnson, Z. (2021). Creating trauma-informed library spaces: Lessons learned from a pilot program. Journal of Social Work Education, 1–8.

Soska, T. M., & Navarro, A. (2020). Social workers and public libraries: A commentary on an emerging interprofessional collaboration. Advances in Social Work, 20(2), 409–423.

Wahler, E. A., Ressler, J. D., Johnson, S. C., Rortvedt, C., Saecker, T., Helling, J., Williams, M. A., & Hoover, D. (2022). Public library-based social work field placements: Guidance for public libraries planning to become a social work practicum site. Public Library Quarterly, 1–14.

Wahler, E. A., Provence, M. A., Johnson, S. C., Helling, J., & Williams, M. (2021). Library patrons’ psychosocial needs: Perceptions of need and reasons for accessing social work services. Social Work, 1–9.

Wahler, E. A., Provence, M., Helling, J., & Williams, M. A. (2019). The Changing Role of Libraries: How Social Workers Can Help. Families in Society., 101(1), 34–43.

Whole Person Librarianship. (2023). Map. Whole Person Librarianship.

Zettervall, S. K., & Nienow, M. C. (2019). Whole person librarianship: A social work approach to patron services. Libraries Unlimited.

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