CSWE Press publishes books and other nonprint resources that address the needs of social work educators in the areas of the philosophy, theory, and practice of teaching; the process and evaluation of learning; and the organization and structure of social work education. CSWE Press also publishes other materials that explore practice issues as they relate to social work curricula and field work.
Browse CSWE Press books alphabetically by title or see a complete list of DVDs.
- Advancing Human Rights in Social Work Education, by Kathryn R. Libal, S. Megan Berthold, Rebecca L. Thomas, and Lynne M. Healy
- Using Simulation in Assessment and Teaching: OSCE for Social Work, by Marion Bogo, Mary A. Rawlings, Ellen Katz, and Carmen Logie (To learn more about the development and implementation of the OSCE for social work, listen to an interview with authors Marion Bogo and Mary Rawlings on the Social Work Podcast and view videos produced for the book.)
- Conservative Christian Beliefs and Sexual Orientation in Social Work: Privilege, Oppression, and the Pursuit of Human Rights, edited by Adrienne B. Dessel and Rebecca M. Bolen
- The Narrative Edge in Expert Testimony: A Guide for Social Workers, by Ronald K. Bullis
- Women and Children First: The Contribution of the Children's Bureau to Social Work Education, edited by Alice Lieberman and Kristine Nelson
- Gender Oppression and Globalization: Challenges for Social Work, edited by Janet L. Finn, Tonya E. Perry, and Sharvari Karandikar
- The Call to Teach: Philosophy, Process, and Pragmatics of Social Work Education, by Raymond Fox
- Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn: A Guide for Social Work Field Education, 2nd edition, by Carmen Ortiz Hendricks, Jeanne Bertrand Finch, and Cheryl L. Franks
- Teaching Human Rights: Curriculum Resources for Social Work Educators, by M. C. "Terry" Hokenstad, Lynne M. Healy, and Uma A. Segal