When being presented with information, one can fall behind or get confused on what the information provider is relaying. Especially for those of us that are no longer young bucks (I speak only for myself), sometimes being overloaded with information can be frustrating.
Posts about social work practice with an emphasis on use of technology. Posts the emphasize personal and/or professional development
This is a review of Serenity for iOS by tap tap tap!
Please pardon my absence, as I have been incredibly busy doing a few things in my career. I have been busy utilizing my energies and developing my social work tech practice in my various workplaces. I work seven days a week now!
I love parables. Parables are stories that may have a spiritual or moral lesson in it. They are simple and if powerful, I believe that in tandem with application of our our social work theories in practice, they can be effective.
I have been asked to share some of the apps that I use in Social Work Tech Practice. Meditation Oasis is a company that provides a variety of guided meditation services and products. I have bought a few of their iOS apps and would recommend them for your own mindfulness practice and for clients!
I listen to Howard Stern, the infamous radio disc jockey that elicits a strong reaction from different people based on their perception of him. To admit liking Howard Stern is the kiss of death in this profession, inciting reactions and assumptions from fellow professionals about my own professionalism and commitment to issues of social justice –…
The Importance of Hacking To hack is to modify, improve, or circumvent something from it’s normal behaviors. Sometimes this can be very complicated and often means breaking pre-established rules, but the rewards can lead to increased efficiency, productivity, and have financial benefits (such as reduced costs). In essence, hacking is sort of a short-cut to…
Ah, Halloween. When I think of thee, I think of candle-scorched pumpkin-flesh smell, insulin shock, and the fun in being scared with fake blood and monsters. To celebrate Halloween, the Social Work Tech Guy wants to share one legitimately scary thing in relation to Social Work and Tech.
DorleeM had asked the following question that was not posted on her article and that I thought would be very useful on the Social Work Tech Blog.
Not long ago, you were one of the early adopters of google plus. However, recently, you decided to pull the plug. Could you share with us what happened?
I received the following email from a colleague. Dear Iggy, I’m the type of user who likes to use as few sites as possible, but maximize the use of each application. I’m a little OCD about clutter and this especially is applied to digital clutter. I’m comparing the merits of Evernote vs Dropbox. I’m not convinced that…
Nothing says “I made it!” other than a professionally designed and crisp looking business card. Very sleek and very awesome! I want to thank my very wonderful partner for putting these together! Of course, I was not a client from hell, only slightly 🙂
On Wednesday, I was scheduled to lead the weekly meditation for our Clinical Staff Meeting at my job. I was nervous about it, but Evernote helped me organize my way through it.
Over the last week, I have been really in love with my Evernote account. Here is a list of ideas for you to use Evernote to it’s maximum potential.
I can’t begin to tell you how envious I am of most of you returning back to school, for I miss it very much! Each of the four semesters I was in graduate school, my school of social work required us to submit a process recording. For the unfamiliar, a process recording is a document…
I have been working incredibly hard to finish my semester and I am two assignments away from finishing all of my work as a Master of Social Work student! I’m so close, I can taste it! Three of my colleagues and I went down to Greenfield, CA to interview a young woman from a center…