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This LibGuide supports the needs of the Social Work Department. It promotes an enhanced understanding of library resources and how to conduct research.
Last Updated: Sep 21, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Tips for Searching

  • Use Boolean Operators (and, or, not)  to broaden or narrow your search.

  • Use Quotes to search for phrases (example: "child welfare")
  • Use truncation (example: socio* will find sociology, sociologists, socioeconomics, sociological)
  • Set search limits for results like scholarly peer reviewed and full text.
  • Browse subject headings


Scholarly Vs. Non-Scholarly

Scholarly resoures undergo review by scholars and experts in that field of study to determine that the article is relevant to scholarship and credible to that field before it is published. Examples of scholarly resources are scientific journals and textbooks.

Non-Scholarly resources are published without being reviewed by an expert. Examples of non-scholarly resources can be popular magaines and newspapers.



JSTOR access is provided by James Pendergrast Memorial Library. JSTOR is accesible within the JPML ONLY. JSTOR is a digital library with access to more than 1,500 academic journals, books and primary sources on subjects like arts, business and economics, history, humanities, law, medicine and allied health, science and mathematics, and social sciences.


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