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Academic Search Premier Guide
Worksheet guide on how to search in ASP

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Become InfoWise: Social Work
Information Literacy training resource for developing library research skills including constructing a research strategy, critically appraising information resources, locating journal articles, use of Google Scholar, e-Books, and managing information.

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Finding Journals for Health & Social Care
How to guide for searching for Journals related to Health and Social Care

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Get the InfoEdge : Social Work
Information skills for first year social work students including locating and evaluating information resources via the library catalogue, e-Books, reading lists, finding journal articles and using a discovery tool - Discover More.

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Help Finding Journals: Social Work
Guide to locating journals on the library catalogue for Social Work students.

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Library and Information Guides for Social work
worksheet help guides for access key social work databases

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Research Skills - Social Work
Information Literacy training resource for social work students to further develop research skills including; developing a research strategy, evaluating information resources, locating academic journal articles, Google Scholar, law resources for social work, e-Books and managing information.

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Swetswise guide
worksheet guide on how to search swetswise database.

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Taylor and Francis Journals Guide
Worksheet to help with searching taylor and francis journals

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The Social Work Toolkit: Module Guide
This document is designed to provide suggestions for materials and resources to use with your students from The Social Work Toolkit. It is based upon typical introductory Social Work modules. Please bear in mind, these are only suggestions and there are many other resources to choose from. For each module there are suggestions for the most relevant theme on The Social Work Toolkit and a few key resources that you might like to direct your students to.

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