Databases For Research
Databases are used to locate citations, abstracts and (sometimes) the full text of journal articles. Databases allow you to search by keyword, subject and author in order to find information on your topic. Some databases also allow you to enter the name of a journal article.
A complete list of over 180 databases available to Case Western Reserve University affiliates is available from the Research Databases section of the Library Catalog.
Descriptions of some of the Case/OhioLINK databases used in social work and the social sciences. Each of these databases is focused on a particular discipline or subject area.
This link takes you to a selection of databases on the web of interest to social workers. There is generally no charge for accessing the databases, although some databases may require the user to select a password or provide other identifying information.
Descriptions of some of the “general” Case/OhioLINK Databases. These databases cut across disciplines and provide access to articles in both popular magazines and scholarly journals.