Social Work Library Services are currently by appointment. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for research assistance or to schedule an appointment. More information below.
Montgomery Ross Fisher Building
669 West 34th Street, Rm. 104A
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 99089-0411
Campus map code: MRF
Social Work, Education and Behavioral Sciences Librarians
Most social work print books and print journals are in the Doheny Memorial Library. Many library resources can be accessed online, including peer-reviewed journal articles and e-books. For more information on these and other resources, use the social work research guide.
Students and faculty from the Virtual Academic Center (VAC) and other distance education programs, can request library books sent to their home address. Visit the IDD home delivery page for more information.
To print, scan or copy, use one of the USC library locations.
The California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA) was organized in 1979 to collect materials that chronicle the history and diversity of social welfare in California. The goal of the California Social Welfare Archives is to ensure that knowledge, information and documents of historical significance in the development of social welfare in California are acquired, preserved and made accessible for researchers and future generations.
To access the materials in the archives, visit our Digital Library.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Librarians offer a variety of workshops, events, and other outreach programming focusing on research skills, academic research databases and APA citation formatting. These workshops are provided by USC Librarians targeting students and faculty in the social and behavioral science disciplines (social work, education, gerontology, psychology).
Currently, all workshops are conducted on Zoom. To RSVP and get more information visit our workshops schedule.