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Social Work

Welcome to our Social Work guide for students

You'll find helpful library resources for social work research under each tab. 

Library Help

How to Get Help

If you have an urgent question, you can chat with us by using the Chat Box in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

You can also call us. Try the Reference Desk phone first. If you get no answer, try calling us at the Circulation Desk.

Reference Desk: (315) 279-5473

Circulation Desk: (315) 279-5632

You can email all of the librarians by going to Ask a Librarian or by sending a message to refhelp@keuka.edu.  You can also schedule a meeting with a librarian by going to Make an Appointment.

Hours

Our hours change throughout the course of the year, depending on when classes are in session on campus. Please check the Lightner Library Homepage to see our current hours.

Contact the IT HelpDesk

To access our library databases from off-campus, you must log in with your Keuka College username and password. If you forget your password, you can use the Passwords at Keuka College Guide to reset it.

Still Need Help?

Contact the
IT HelpDesk

Call (315) 279-5217
or
Submit a HelpDesk Ticket at: helpdesk.keuka.edu

Writing Help

Writing Help

The Keuka College Writing & Tutoring Center has great support services for students, which can help you improve your academic skills and writing habits. You can check out their page on SharePoint. 

If you would like to visit the Writing Center in person, it is best to make an appointment first. You can do so by filling out a form here. However, walk-ins are also welcome! You can also set up a virtual chat by emailing writinghelp@keuka.edu.

To get feedback on your writing, you can upload your paper to the Writing Center at this link: http://keuka.mywconline.com/‚ÄčYour paper will be returned within 48 hours with comments and suggestions added.

You can call the Writing Center at this number: 315-279-5108

If you need extra help with your formatting and citations, you can also email the librarians at refhelp@keuka.edu for guidance.

The Writing Center has also provided several resources on their Sharepoint page, including an APA Template for Microsoft Word and a concise guide for all things about writing. See the links below for these.