ESWRA Resources

The Research Resources and Member Services Committee will produce and pursue a strategy of developing resources which will be of benefit to members in pursuit of the aims of the Association. Resources may include the development of networks and processes to facilitate collaborations between members; and materials (in written, audio, and visual formats) that deliver useful content to members.



The Research Resources and Member Services Committee

ESWRA Board Members:

Liz Frost - Chair

Elena Cabiati

Håvard Aaslund

María Inés Martínez-Herrero

General Members:

Kevin Stone

Gorana Panic

Sue Taplin

 





ESWRA Listen

These recordings and podcasts give you the opportunity to listen - or listen again – to presentations from the European Conference for Social Work Research as well as expert lectures. We hope you enjoy the thought-provoking, interesting and valuable insights in social work research



ESWRA would welcome presentations from ESWRA members, if you have a presentation you would like to share with ESWRA members and the wider community  You can easily make a video of your presentation using PowerPoint, for Windows or Mac, and Keynote for Mac. It doesn’t take long!


You can find instruction on how make your video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=selYsj94RQg Record your voice explaining your slides as if in front of an audience. Please, your video should be no longer than 15 minutes.

Please ensure that your video is of a high quality keeping in mind that it should be:

  • Clarity – no interference or background noises
  • Understandable – please speak up and clearly
  • Effectiveness – comprehensible and engaging for the audience




ESWRA Expertise data base

The Research Resources and Member Services Committee has developed an online register where members can find colleagues who might share the same research interests and who has published in their field. Having a central library will benefit colleagues who are new or emerging researchers in their field, and for members in different countries who share similar interests. In time, we hope that these will promote the potential for international funding bids which will strengthen social work research throughout the association.

If you have not already, we would like to invite you to add your details to the register so that you can be found by other colleagues who may want to make contact with you.



  • Go to the www.eswra.org website
  • Log in to your account (top right corner)
  • Go to ‘MyESWRA’ (blue button)
  • Go to the ‘Research expertise database’ drop down menu (on the right hand side)
  • Select ‘edit your research preferences’
  • Tick some boxes!
  • To add your personal profile page go to ‘My Information’ and paste the address to your preferred profile under ‘Website URL’.

    As more members sign up, you will find more there!



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