CSWE’s publications program develops new tools to help social workers and social work educators serve their clients and advance their profession. CSWE staff works in conjunction with the Council on Publications to produce books and nonprint resources through CSWE Press and original, cutting-edge articles in the Journal of Social Work Education.
CSWE Press focuses on the needs of social work educators and students. Publishing specialties include the philosophy, theory, and practice of teaching; the process and evaluation of learning; and the organization and structure of social work education.
Proposal submissions for potential publications are welcome and will be reviewed by the Council on Publications. If you would like to discuss your idea for a book or other resource with a member of the CSWE Council on Publications, please contact Elizabeth Simon, publications manager.
To order publications, call 800-633-4931 or order online through the CSWE Bookstore. For social work educators who have adopted a CSWE Press publication for a class or are considering doing so, desk copies and examination copies are available.
See a clip from the CSWE-distributed DVD Look Back to Move Ahead: Social Work With Survivors of Trauma (other clips are available on CSWE's YouTube channel).
The Journal of Social Work Education
CSWE’s flagship publication is the Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE), a peer-reviewed professional journal circulated to more than 3,900 members and institutional subscribers. Submissions to JSWE are accepted via an online system. JSWE is available as part of CSWE membership and by subscription.
JSWE is currently welcoming submissions for special sections and a special issue.
The JSWE Best Article awards recognize outstanding work published in each volume year of the journal. The Best Article award winners for volume year 48 are available for reading or free download from Taylor & Francis Online.
CSWE Press E-Resources
CSWE Press offers peer-reviewed monographs, syllabi, and bibliographies as online resources available for use by faculty and students.