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Are you fascinated by other cultures? Have you considered a study abroad trip to expand on your social work education here at UAlbany? Are you driven to participate in disaster relief efforts or research projects around the world? If so, you might find the growing field of international social work very interesting – and you wouldn't be alone!
Here at the library, we know this topic is of interest to both you and your faculty, so we have a wide variety of resources to help you prep for your study abroad experience, dig more into the topic of international social work, and conduct research on how social workers make a difference around the world.
For a particularly focused look at this topic, check out the journal International Social Work, available online in full text from 1959 to present. Additionally, you will find articles on international social work topics in the following databases:
Finally, browse the book collection at Dewey for even more resouces, including the following titles:
Digging into social welfare research on this or other topics? Get in touch with Social Welfare Subject Librarian Elaine Lasda Bergman for assistance along the way or even more leads on resources! Office hours weekly on Tuesdays from 6-8pm, or email Elaine at firstname.lastname@example.org for help or to make an appointment.
Blog Created by: Rebekah Jarvis-Girtler
Image Credit: School of Social Welfare, University at Albany