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- Social Work
A guide to social work research at the University of Michigan.
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- CASC 305 - Researching Social Movements and Causes
This guide is a collection of suggested resources for finding background and current information on various movements and causes to help students enrolled in CASC 305 with assignments in the 2014 Fall Term.
- Evidence-Based Research
This guide shows how social work researchers can take advantage of resources from the library as well as free resources to track down the best evidence
- Gathering Information to Profile a Community
This guide is meant to help those enrolled in SW 560 and other courses which require students to develop a community profile.
- Guns, Mental Health & Social Work
Suggestions for beginning research on this topic at the University of Michigan, including how to find books, articles, videos, policy and government info, web resources, and statistics & data.
- Health Care Disparities
This is a library research guide developed for students taking Social Work 634, Health Care Services and Policies during winter term 2012.
- Health Disparities in the U.S.
Provides information & resources on conducting research on health disparities in the United States.
- Program Evaluation
This guide is a collection of resources for faculty, students and researchers interested in program evaluation.
- Social Policies/Programs
This is a guide to resources for the policy comparison assignment for Social Work 530 classes, Introduction to Social Welfare Policy and Services.
- Staying Informed in Social Work Practice
This guide offers resources and tips for keeping current with social work research for recent graduates and field instructors for the School of Social Work. It includes links to many free databases, government information and other resources.
- Tips on Using the Library for Social Work Instructors & Faculty
This is a guide for new and returning social work faculty on how to take advantage of library resources and services available at the University of Michigan Library.