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Social Work Tech Notes: Graduation and Technology for Social Work Students in the Age of COVID-19

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.

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