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Inclusive, Student-Centered Online Education as a Force for Strengthening the Social Work Profession -- #NSWM

Marquart, Matthea S.

These are the slides for a pre-recorded Impact Talk for the Network for Social Work Management Forward Thinking Summit, June 10, 2021. Link to the Summit website: https://socialworkmanager.org/nswm-forward-thinking-summit/

Impact Talk abstract:
Online education is a key way to reduce barriers and open access to social work education, and can transform and strengthen the profession by creating a more diverse and representative new generation of social workers. In order to do this, online social work education must be inclusive, student-centered, and trauma-informed.

Link to the recording: https://youtu.be/Stwzmv64yqo

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Social Work
Published Here
June 8, 2021

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Keywords:
Online education, online social work education

Citation:
Marquart, M. (2021, June 10). Inclusive, student-centered online education as a force for strengthening the social work profession. Impact Talk for the Network for Social Work Management Forward Thinking Summit, Fordham University, New York, NY.