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Library Tutorial Videos

Located on the lower ground floor of McGuinn Hall, the Social Work Library supports the teaching and research needs of the Boston College School of Social Work (BCSSW)

Tutorial Videos

These videos were created to assist you in understanding how to best utilize the library and its resources in your research.

PsycTESTS

Introductory tutorial on using PsycTESTS to find psychometric instruments for academic purposes.

Connecting Google Scholar to Find it @ BC

Set Google Scholar to connect with BC resources through your Google account settings.

Produced, edited, narrated and scripted by Jenny Severyn, MS Candidate 2017, Simmons College

Searching for Non-English materials in BC's catalog

Use the BC catalog's advanced search to select the language of the resources.

Produced, edited, narrated and scripted by Jenny Severyn, MS Candidate 2017, Simmons College

Research Tips for PsycINFO

Introduction to some of the advanced functions of PsycINFO.

Produced, edited, narrated and scripted by Jenny Severyn, MS Candidate 2017, Simmons College

Finding Program Evaluations

The video shows you how to search databases using abstract keywords or subject headings.

ILL, WorldCat, & the BLC

This video is a tutorial guiding you on how to request books outside of the Boston College libraries.  It reviews how to request books through Interlibrary Loan (ILL), WorldCat, and the Boston Library Consortium (BLC).

For ILL: start at the beginning

For WorldCat: jump to 2:49

For the BLC: jump to 4:08

Written, recorded, edited, and produced by Megan Troxell, BCSSW '16.