by Deona Hooper, MSW
Do you ever get tired of searching online trying to compile a list of websites to meet your needs as a social worker? Well, search no further! Online MSW Programs have created a comprehensive list entitled the 101 Greatest Sites for Social Workers. This list includes popular social work resources that will enhance your practice as well as increase your knowledge on global social work issues. Websites range from popular blogs, professional associations, and networking sites to help social workers and students to connect, collaborate and share ideas.
The first section of the list identifies social work organizations which include The National Association of Social Workers Foundation, International Association of Hospice and Palliative Care, and The National Association of Rural Mental Health to name a few. They also took the time to add a helpful link from each website in order for you to preview the usefulness of the included site.
Other categories included social work blogs, specialty resources and general resources. The list covers a spectrum of resources needed by social workers who work in a wide array of specialty areas.
You will also find several websites listed to help you better understand how to integrate technology into the classroom or in practice. Most importantly, students will have access to a list of resources to assist them in navigating the admission process, field placement, and entering the workforce.
Also, I am proud to announce that Socialworkhelper.com made the list as well as The Political Social Worker by Rachel L. West and Notes from the Aspiring Humanitarian by Relando Thompkins, MSW whom both are team members of the Socialworkhelper magazine. To view this comprehensive list again click here.
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