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Social Work

A guide to selected resources for the ASU School of Social Work created by Debbie Abston

School of Social Work

Course resources

Course Resource pages allow faculty to collaborate with librarians to:

  • Direct students to specific articles, books or papers relevant to their coursework
  • Highlight relevant reference sources
  • Post course polls
  • Comment or hold online class discussions
  • Post relevant podcasts or embed video clips (with proper copyright permissions)

For more information about course resource pages or to set one up for your course -- contact me.

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