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Peer Reviewed Open Access Journals

Non-Peer Reviewed Open Access Journals

Collections/Platforms of Open Access Journals

Open Access Databases of Citations to Testing Instruments

Open Access Collections of multiple formats (citations, open access articles, open access journals, open access grey literature, online documents produced by government agencies, and other)

Refworks and Citation Style

Other Social Work Librarian's Guides to Open Access Resources

Evidence Based Practice Resources

See below for resources you can subscribe to online, information about borrowing books from the Library, and the Library's freely available online  repository of works produced at Syracuse University (Surface)



You can search APA PsycNET for free and purchase an individual subscription to get full text content.  You can also purchase individual articles.  It searches American Psychological Association (APA) content.


Library borrowing priviledges

Borrowing privileges for Alumni, Guest Borrowers, Visiting Scholars and others

Alumni can borrow items for free.  Anyone can purchase a Guest Borrower card for a fee listed on the page linked above.

This information is current as of September 2010, but go by information on the page linked above if there is any discrepancy.




SURFACE, the Syracuse University Research Facility And Collaborative Environment, is a full-text, multi-media online database that provides open access to the extensive and diverse array of scholarly, professional, scientific, and creative output produced at Syracuse University.

SURFACE gathers, organizes, disseminates, and preserves the cultural and scholarly record of SU. At the same time, it increases the visibility of authors' works; maximizes research impact; facilitates interdisciplinary research; and provides local, regional, and global communities with immediate and permanent access.

Making accessible the knowledge, creativity, research, and innovation of Syracuse University is the very essence of "scholarship in action" and helps facilitate the crucial mission of the university as a public good.

Surface- Works in Social Work

Surface- Works by discipline in Social and Behavioral Sciences

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