A guide to social work research at the University of Michigan.
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2013
- Mirlyn - The Library Catalog
Search Mirlyn for books, videos and titles of journals. You can't look up the title or author of an article in Mirlyn. Use article indexes/databases when you want to search for articles.
- Top Resources for Social Work Research
Use the blue browse box, located at the top of many library web pages for suggested library resources by subject area. This link listed here takes you to a few of the top resources for Social Work. There are also pages of resources for Public Policy, Public Health, Statistics and more.
- Search Tools
Search Tools can be used to find links to databases and other online resources. You can browse Search Tools for databases names alphabetically or by subject. You can also search for article index databases or online encyclopedias by name or by using key words.
- Ask A Librarian
Contact a librarian by email, chat, stop by a reference desk or make an appointment to visit a librarian.
- Graduate Library Reference Desk
Stop by the reference desk in the Graduate Library or Shapiro Undergraduate Library for help in searching any of the resources in this guide.
- Library Workshops
Learn to use RefWorks, EndNote, scan, make a web-page and more at these free workshops offered by the University Library and other TTC partners. Online registration required.
The current on-duty librarian for the library-wide Ask a Librarian IM service is available when you see a green dot at the top of the box.
See http://www.lib.umich.edu/ask for additional contact methods.