Literature and information resources relevant for child welfare.
Welcome to the library`s subject page for Child Welfare!
The physical library is temporarily closed, but our digital services remain available.
Should you have any questions or need guidance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you experience trouble accessing the literature you need, please contact us. We may be able to provide digital access or alternative literature. See the bottom of this page for contact information for your subject librarian.
We are unable to provide physical documents. Please ignore messages to pick-up or return documents until further notice.
You can also contact UiBHjelp or try our chat.
ERIC is the most important subject database for pedagogy, the science of education. Remember to set the limits peer reviewed and/or articles if you only want hits on scholarly articles.
Web of Science is also a useful database for pedagogy. This is an interdisciplinary database (sciences and social sciences) where topics of education are only a small part. Therefore it is smart to use more general and "broader" keywords when searching.
For other relevant information resources, see the subject.
ebrary - hits for "child welfare" or "child protection" (e.g.)
If you miss a scholarly book you would like the library to have, please send me an email with the book's title and author(s), and also if you want to borrow the book when it arrives at the library.
The courses I give to students are planned and organised in collaboration with the academics at your department. If your are a student and would like more/other courses about search strategies, database searching or reference management tools, please contact your teacher, and s/he will contact me.
Courses for academics will be made of order; please contact me.
If you are a student or an academic at UoB, you can make an appointment for guidance in search strategy or/and how to use databases effectively; please contact me.
From literature mapping to publishing, visit www.PhDonTrack.net.
PhD on Track is a resource for PhD students who are beginning their research career, and who want to learn more about information- and literature for research purposes, and about how to publish research.