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Check out the New Social Welfare Guide: Locating Tests and Measures!

If you are a social welfare student, chances are you will need to find tests and measures. Sound confusing? Luckily, there is now a library guide that will tell you all you need to know!

Locating Tests and Measures provides tips, information on searching in the databases, and useful print and online resources.

The TIPS section of the guide will help you search for tests and measures by topic or by specific name. This section also provides information on tests and measures that can be found on the internet.

The database searching section will help you search for tests and measures in Mental Measures Yearbook , PsycINFO, ERIC, CINAHL, and Dissertations and Theses .

The final section, Books and Websites provides selected books and websites with tests and measures.

Still have questions? Please contact our social welfare bibliographer Elaine Lasda Bergman by phone at 442-3695 or email .

Blog post created by Kathryn Farrell