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Social Work: Books, Articles & Online Resources

Key Databases

Other Related Databases

Evidence-Based Resources

Data & Statistics

Open and Free Data

Social Indicators

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Journals A-Z

It allows you to locate individual journals if you are looking for a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper, or an article citation. It contains access to 44,341 titles! 

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Interlibrary loan allows you to borrow or otherwise acquire materials not held by the Jung-Kellogg Library or MOBIUS from other libraries. If you are unable to locate the material you need, please contact the Interlibrary Loan Clerk by filling out one of the forms to the right. Click here to fill out the ILL request form.

Google Scholar

It enables you to search Google specifically for scholarly literature. Fast and easy resource, but remember that it is not comprehensive in any way and there are no summaries or abstracts. Especially useful for cited reference searching. Use the Advanced Search option for best results.

For many more databases, please visit Databases A-Z  Journals A-Z .

Find Books to Checkout, Download, or Read Online

Search Strategies for Finding books in print

  • If you don’t know a particular author or title, the best way to start the search for books is to perform a keyword search in MBU Library Catalog.
  • You might try using AND to combine two keywords for retrieving more specific results. 
  • If what you need is not available in MBU Library Catalog click on MOBIUS Catalog on the top blue bar.
  • Click Request by the book title to process your request of the book that is not available in MBU library.

eBooks

  • EBSCO eBooks 
    EBSCO eBooks contains a large selection of multidisciplinary eBook titles representing a broad range of academic subject matter, and is a strong complement for any academic collection. The breadth of information available through this package ensures that users will have access to information relevant to their research needs. EBSCO eBooks are available in MBU Library Catalog.  
  • Google Books
    Google Books allows you to search within the contents of books in ways a traditional library catalog cannot. It is a good way to locate a specific chapter or reference within a book that is useful to your research. When you find a book on your topic, be sure to check MBU Library Catalog or MOBIUS Catalog to see if a copy of it is locally available.