I have added the doc onto this page. Please view only the library part fill it o

I have added the doc onto this page. Please view only the library part fill it out with any topic you can find the most information on. Everything the teacher wants in listed on the file.Introduction to the Profession Library Assignment Name: Professor: Research Topic:I. Finding Information on your topic – Social Work EncyclopediasSpecialized, academic encyclopedias provide background information about your research topic.Examine the Encyclopedia of Social Work, one of many specialized encyclopedias, and find an entry that has information about your topic.A. What is the title of the entry?B. Skim/read the entry. Name one change that has occurred in this area of social work, or name one important study or researcher that is discussed in this entry:II. Finding Books – Use a catalog or discovery tool to find books on your topic.Use WorldCat, a database for worldwide holdings of books, to find a book on your topic. In the “Limit To” section of the form, limit your search to the last five years. Provide the complete bibliographic citation below. If you cannot find a book published in the last 5 years, indicate that fact below:III. Finding scholarly articlesUse Databases (Indexes and Abstracts) to find scholarly articles.A. Find one recent article on your topic in Sociological Abstracts. Or this link. Give the complete citation (author, article title, journal title, volume, date, and page numbers) for the article:B. Find one recent article on your topic in Social Work Abstracts. Or this link. Give the complete citation (author, article title, journal title, volume, date, and page numbers) for the article: 19C. Find one recent article on your topic in PsycINFO. Or this link. Give the complete citation (author, article title, journal title, volume, date, and page numbers) for the article:V. Finding government informationFederal, State, and Local government information provide essential information for your research projects.Congressional publications – CRS ReportsYour topic is:The search term you used was:From your search results, pick a report and give the title:StatisticsWhat is the table number? What is the title of the table?Find the Source of the statistical table (found below the table) and list it here: VI. Finding information on the Internet from trusted sourcesWhen using the Internet always think critically! Hint: Finding it on the Internet says nothing about itsCurrency: Is the information up-to-date? Relevancy: Does it relate to your topic? Bias: Is there a bias? Search for your topic in the ProQuest Congressional: Legislative & Executive Publications database. Limit by date to previous 5 years. Once you see the results list, select CRS Reports on the left-hand side to further refine your results. Select one congressional research report. Access the ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States to find statistics related to your topic. Search for your topic in the search box and select a table.reliability.Use the following “filters” to evaluate the information you find online:Credibility: Is the organization credible? What organization or person is publishing the information? Who contributes to the page? Were you referred to this page from another trusted site? Has the site received awards? Which ones?Accuracy: Is the information substantiated by other information? Cited information? Reference lists?A. Websites19Use Google or any other search engine to find a website on your topic that has reliable information about your topic.Website name:Website URL:Why do you think this is a reliable website?B. Directory InformationUse Google or any other search engine to find to find a national association connected with your topic. Name of the association:Website URL:VIII. Funding for your client, organization, or agency A. NonProfitsFind an entity (Nonprofit or Agency) on the InternetFind a non-profit organization or agency that gives “direct client assistance”—money, counseling, or Name of organization:Website URL:B. FederalAidWhat is the Program #? (Example: 93.345) Title:Read the Objectives section. Why would you try to seek funding from this federal program? any other kind of assistance. Don’t choose an organization whose main purpose is increasing public knowledge or interest in a cause or whose main purpose is to coordinate other organizations. Access Assistance Listings (formerly known as the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance) which provides a full listing of all available federal programs available to state and local governments, organizations, individuals, etc.Using the search box, find a program that a social work professional might choose to obtain funds. Record the program number, title, and why you chose this program.
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