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Social Work Research Guide: Home

This is a guide to selected Social Work resources available in the Libraries collections and on the Internet.

Welcome

This is a guide to selected Social Work resources available in the Libraries collections and on the Internet.  It also includes tips on how to search for scholarly materials and lists resources that can help you organize and document your research. 

Finding Course Reserves

Finding Course Reserves-Two Ways!

Method one:

In the QuickSearch box on the Libraries homepage, type the Course NAME or the Course NUMBER (for example, Diversity and Oppression; 19:910:506) and select Course Reserves in the autofill drop down.

On the results page, on the left, you can SORT by TITLE of the item/reading or by AUTHOR.

Method two:

On the Libraries homepage, click the Advanced Search link on the right under the QuickSearch box.

Mark the Course Reserves radio button, and then you can search by course name, course number, or by title of the reading.

 

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Social Sciences Librarian

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Karen Hartman
Contact:
Alexander Library
169 College Avenue,
New Brunswick
New Jersey
08901
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karen.hartman@rutgers.edu

Other Social Work Research Guides

(A complete list of library research guides can be found here)

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