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Congrats Class of 2021

Graduating—Now What? Accessible Technology To Keep the Momentum Going

Free and inexpensive apps provide ways for new social work grads to stay connected and on track.

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Social media is our virtual state, and our respective network is our ZIP Code. We have the access to initiate positive change and create a better collective experience within our digital neighborhood. Read more

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Podcasts promote storytelling and lived experiences, are accessible, and integrate easily into learning management systems. They can be used in class discussions, writing assignments, and assessments. Read more

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What does it mean when work, home, parenting, care-giving, and self-care all happen in the same place? What happens to our sense of self? New challenges are apparent, and the future is unknown. Read more

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September 30 is International Podcast Day. Several podcasts by social workers and for social workers are featured in this excerpt from Days in the Lives of Social Workers. Read more

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As students and faculty return to the classroom (virtually or in person) this fall, let's reflect on and clear up misconceptions about the virtual classroom. Read more

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The world is changing, and social work has to keep up. In this rapidly evolving environment, data science is a multifaceted skill that will help us to achieve multiple goals in multiple settings. Read more

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Social work graduates in the class of 2020 are already planning to use the necessary technology to make things happen. Recognize the moment, start with yourself, and stay connected. The need for social work is evident. Read more

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Stephen asked social workers on Twitter what self-care apps they use. Most common were meditation and fitness apps. Read more

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