Below are other indexes you are might use in general Social Work research. This depends on your topic and most topics will require you to use indexes in other subject areas as you get deeper into the literature. Please ask at the library if you have questions.
- ArticleFirst - index to tems listed on the table of contents pages of individual issues of nearly 13,000 journals in the areas of business, the humanities, medicine, popular culture, science, social sciences and technology. Contains no full-text itself, but includes links to text in other products such as JSTOR.
- Child Development & Adolescent Studies Current and historical literature related to the growth and development of children through the age of 21. Includes Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography (1927-2001) plus new coverage of Child Rights and welfare issues.
- Dissertations and Theses Contains over 2.3 million dissertations and theses completed from around the world. Citations are available dating from 1861, with over 60,000 new citations added each year.
- Education Complete Indexes more than 550 titles on education--including primary, secondary, and university-level topics.
- ERIC (Education Resources Information Center) ERIC provides free access to more than 1.2 million bibliographic records of journal articles and other education-related materials and, if available, includes links to full text.
- ERIC (via EBSCO) Access to thousands of educational topics. Includes journal articles, books, theses, curricula, conference papers, and standards and guidelines. Also searches the Professional Development Collection.
- Periodicals Abstracts - an index of more than 2,000 general and academic journals, about half of which are available with full text. The journals in this collection cover business, culture, current affairs, economics, literature, religion, psychology, history, sociology, and women's studies. It includes articles and transcripts from a wide variety of popular interest magazines and television and radio programs. !987-present