In March 2013, I registered socialworktechtools.com and in a timely fashion, I launched that portion of my site tonight after receiving feedback that my tools were hard to find on my site. Every time I launch a tool, I will post a blog and will outline the interventon on the Social Work Tech Tools portion…
Please update your URLs to socialworktech.com!
If you happen to follow me on my professional Twitter account (aside from this website’s Twitter account), you will know that I was recognized for having one of the top community projects in my MSW Program for the year. I wanted to share what resulted from the start of this project.
Dear Reader, I hope that you are well and that things are manageable in your life: Things have been a little busy for me due to being in semester 3 (of 4) of my graduate-level education.
What a coincidence that I only wrote about Google Voice a few days ago. Google just announced that what used to be by invite only is now free. Credit to Mashable for posting this. Original story: here. Direct link to Google Voice: here.
I’m big on names and semantics, so I always seem to goof when naming my blogs. I changed my blog domain solely because I did not like the abbreviation TISW (tech in social work).
I like SWAT a lot better because I’m into the monosyllabic feel of the blog name.
Posted a list of tech tools that will be covered in the near future, including Evernote, Twitter, Facebook, and Google Wave.
My welcome to social workers interested in technology, software, and innovation in the field of Social Work