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Social Welfare Research -- Where to Start?

Are you a new social welfare student?? Check out our library's main webpage at http://library.albany.edu. On the right side is My Research Subject. Select Social Welfare for a good place to start your library research:

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Databases & Other Electronic Resources. Search these databases to find research (especially articles) on your topic. Come to our library workshops to learn how to use databases.

Internet Resources for Social Welfare. Use these links to websites to support your research and internships. Websites here are on topics related to the School of Social Welfare curriculum.

Social Welfare Career Resources. Find out about books on social work careers, websites on finding jobs, accreditation and licensing.

Social Welfare: A Guide to Information Resources. Learn all about key information resources (including databases) for social work research.

For more information about important Social Welfare Resources, contact Mary Jane Brustman at 442-3517 or email her: mbrustman@uamail.albany.edu.