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Social Work: 3 Databases to Search

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Social Work Research highlighting 3 databases: Social Work Abstracts, Encyclopedia of Social Work, Google Scholar.

Social Work Research highlighting 3 databases: Social Work Abstracts, Encyclopedia of Social Work, Google Scholar.

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  • Using databases to find peer reviewed articles
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    • 1. Social Work 3 Databases To Search At the Regents Center Library Lissa Lord llord@ku.edu Summer 2014
    • 2. 2 Finding Articles using 1)Encyclopedia of Social Work 2) Social Work Abstracts 3) Google Scholar
    • 3. 3 http://www.lib.ku.edu
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    • 5. 5 Link
    • 6. 6 Encyclopedia of social work Electronic equivalent of the 20th Edition of the Encyclopedia of Social Work. The 400 articles in this 4-volume set cover all aspects of social work from practice and interventions, social environments, social conditions and challenges, to social policy and history. Each article is written and signed by a top academic or social work practitioner and includes a bibliography for further reading.
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    • 8. 8 Link
    • 9. Social Work Abstracts Using a database to find articles 9
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    • 18. 18 Peer Reviewed articles have a lot of charts, graphs and stats
    • 19. 19 And References!
    • 20. 20 What if we didn’t find full text? What then?
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    • 25. 25 Another Database: Google Scholar
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    • 27. 27 . . . Databases are found at the bottom of the Libraries’ Homepage
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    • 29. 29 Type in Your search
    • 30. 30 Let’s try sort by date hoping for some recent articles.
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    • 33. 33 You may want to know about our Blog! Dissertation Research Blog DissertationResearch.blogspot.com
    • 34. 34 Link
    • 35. 35 Ask Me! Lissa Lord lissalord@ku.edu
    • 36. 36 Special Note to folks in the Literature Review slideshow wanting to return to where you left off: http://www.slideshare.net/lissalord/literature- reviews-36039707

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