Start your research on the Library's home page using OMNI.
Then use the subject databases:
- Databases tagged for Social Work
- Both CPI-Q and Canadian Business and Current Affairs Database have Canadian content.
- JSTOR and Google Scholar are both excellent multidisciplinary databases. More multidisciplary databases.
- Criminal Justice: Criminal Justice Abstracts
- Education: ERIC
- Elderly: PsycINFO and Sociological Abstracts
- Gender and women's studies: Gender Studies database and Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts
- Health (including women's health): Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health (CINAHL) and PubMed and Scopus
- History: America History and Life (covers Canada and the US) and Historical Abstracts (covers the rest of the world)
- Human rights: HuriSearch
- Indigenous peoples: Bibliography of Native North Americans or America History and Life
- Mental Health: PsycINFO
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): PTSPpubs
- Political Economy: EconLit
- Policy-related literature: PAIS Index and Business Source Complete
- Poverty: Sociological Abstracts and World Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Abstracts
- Children: Child Development & Adolescent Studies and PscyINFO
Do not limit yourself to these databases. Check the Databases by Subject page to see where there may be more databases that suit your research.
For Grey Literature see the Subject Guide on Grey Literature or sign up for the professional development course called Grey is the New Black - Grey Literature: How to Find It offered on February 22nd from 2:00-3:00 pm. Sign up.