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This workshop will address developing research and finding material on qualitative methods in social work practice.

The workshop will cover:

  • reference materials
  • searching the library catalogue
  • finding articles
  • specialized sources (e.g. annual reviews)
  • finding and using dissertations and theses
  • literature reviews

This is a closed workshop for social work students taking SWK 554.

To learn more about having a workshop developed for your students, look on the custom-designed workshop page.

If you are a student interested in taking a workshop, look at the information on the workshops and drop-in sessions page.

RefWorks is a web-based citation management tool, sponsored by the UBC Library, and available free-of-charge to UBC faculty, staff, and students. In this hands-on workshop you will create your own personal database in RefWorks, learn how to add references, and use these references when writing a paper, automatically formatting your footnotes and bibliography in the citation style of your choice. We will focus on indexes, databases, and citation styles used by scholars in the Social Work.

Date: Tuesday, September 28th, 2010at 2 – 3:30 pm
Location: IK Barber Learning Centre, RM318

There are a limited number of spaces (12).  Sign up early!

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