BIOL Senior Thesis and Research Project Guide (SC) by Meg Spencer
- Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
This guide is designed to point you toward a variety of resources, both electronic and in print, that should help you with your biology thesis/project research. It is also general enough to help you with most other biology research.
Core Social Work Journals by Olivia Castello
- Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
These are the main journals containing research-based articles (as well as conceptual and clinical ones) in the field of Social Work.
Guides with a * are not carried by the Tri-Co, try Villanova or UPenn.
CS 97: Computer Science Senior Conference (SC) by Meg Spencer
- Last Updated Jan 9, 2014
This guide is designed to point you toward a variety of resources, both electronic & print, that should help you with your research for your Senior CS Conference Project. This page is general enough to be used by ALL CS courses at Swarthmore!
EasyBib Pro by Olivia Castello
- Last Updated Aug 20, 2014
Bryn Mawr and Swarthmore subscribe to the premium edition of popular free citation tool EasyBib. This guide gives some tips on how to make the most of our institutional subscription.
ECON 396: Resources for Economics Thesis Writers (HC) by Norm Medeiros
- Last Updated Sep 3, 2014
The culminating experience in the economics major is the senior thesis, written as part of a year-long senior research seminar. Students conduct original and independent economics research under the guidance of one of the economics faculty members.
MATH 97: Senior Conference 2014 (SC) by Meg Spencer
- Last Updated Sep 1, 2014
This guide is designed to point you toward a variety of resources, both electronic & print, that should help you with your research for your Senior Math Conference Project. (Chen)
Open Access by Meg Spencer
- Last Updated Oct 25, 2013
Open access (OA) is the practice of providing unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly research. This guide is designed to provide access to a variety of sources to help faculty, staff & students navigate this topic.
People of Color in STEM by Patricia Zarate
- Last Updated Sep 26, 2014
Racial and ethnic minorities are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields in the United States. This library guide seeks to center the voices and lived experiences of people of color (POC) in STEM.
Personal Digital Archiving by Rachel Appel
- Last Updated Oct 24, 2014
Digital objects deteriorate and require consistent care. Learn how to take care of your born-digital materials through these resources.
Philadelphia Reading List (SC) by Sarah Elichko
- Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
A reading list created by faculty at Swarthmore College, intended to serve as a resource for faculty teaching courses in and on the city and for students researching or working in Philadelphia.
PSYC 038: Clinical Psychology (SC) by Pamela Harris, Jasmine Woodson
- Last Updated Oct 5, 2014
PSYC 038: Clinical Psychology (Elizabeth Krause) Fall 2014
A consideration of major forms of psychological disorder in adults and children. Cognitive, behavioral, psychodynamic, sociocultural, and biological theories of abnormality are examined.
SOWK 409: Legal Writing and Research (BMC) by Olivia Castello
- Last Updated Oct 20, 2014
Legal research and writing skills help you gain a fuller understanding of the legal dimensions of social work. The resources in this Guide will enable you to conduct basic legal research and use that knowledge in your social work practice.
Staff Education Resources by Andrew Mantuano
- Last Updated Oct 21, 2014
Resources for Bryn Mawr College Staff to assist in the development of skills and competencies related to their professional growth.
Using NVivo for Qualitative Data Analysis by Olivia Castello
- Last Updated Apr 24, 2013
NVivo helps you organize, analyze and visualize mixed media and unstructured information by providing tools for classifying, sorting and arranging your data in ways that enable the identification of themes and patterns.