How to use this Guide!
Welcome to the Social Work General Information Guide. Here you will find general information about locating resources about Social Work.
How to use this Guide:
Located on the tabs are different resources- books, journals, websites, etc. Click on a tab and a page appears listing specific resources about Social Work in that format. For example under the "Find Books" tab is a list of books located here in Warner Library about social work.
Please note: There are other libguides for areas of study with Social Work. They are:
1. Child and Family
2. Gerontology (Aging)
4. Mental Illness
Begin your research with Reference sources! Reference databases and books provide contextual information about all different topics. They offer a general understanding that paves the way to a deeper comprehension of a topic. Though great for building background information and filling in information gaps, you should not use them in your final paper.
Listed below are a few reference databases Warner Library subscribes to as well as free reference websites. Be sure to check out the library's large reference book collection located on the main level, in front of the Reference Desk. Make sure to sign into MyAthens if you are located off-campus.