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Student wellness in online Social Work higher education: Technology-enhanced activities, programs, and services

Marquart, Matthea S.; Nair, Murali Dharan

Our evolving society at present includes technology-enhanced online education, workplaces, and human service providers. In this online environment, students, coworkers, and clients who do not see each other in person may be at risk of feeling a loss of community or a loss of support around holistic wellness. Schools working in the field of online higher education, including online social work education programs, have created diverse approaches to supporting online student wellness. These approaches may also be helpful for human service providers with virtual clients, organizations with remote employees, or consultants who lead virtual trainings.

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Social Work
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July 12, 2018

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CITATION: Marquart, M. and Nair, M. (2018, July 6). Student wellness in online Social Work higher education: Technology-enhanced activities, programs, and services. Poster presented at the Social Work, Education and Social Development Conference (SWSD 2018), Dublin, Ireland.

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