This guide will point you to many of the library's resources in social work and will link you to additional resources. If you need help with your research
Search library databases for journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, case studies, editorials, reports, reviews, and other documents. The following databases are recommended for research in social work.
To select the database(s) most suited to your needs, click on for more information about each database.
Additional databases are available; visit our .
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Are you looking for an article you can't find from the links above?
Reference works may be intended for a general audience or for a scholarly audience within a specific discipline. It is recommended that you read the preface or introduction to a work to help determine what kind of information, as well as the authority and knowledge of the contributing authors, you can expect to find. (
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Print materials can be found in ODU Library's Reference Collection (and in the Main Stacks) in the following ranges of the Dewey Decimal System
- 300s (social sciences)
- 361 (social work)
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Past last updated: 18 April 2013 |