Social media in social work education (Review)

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Fronek, Patricia
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2017
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This slim and easily read book explores the use of social media in social work education and in doing so delivers on creativity and innovation. Social Media in Social Work Education is essential reading for all educators and would be of considerable interest to social work practitioners and students. The volume brings together contributions by Joanne Westwood, Liz Thackray, Amanda Taylor, David McKendrick, Tarsem Singh Cooner, and Denise Turner, with a forward by Jackie Rafferty; names made familiar to me by their social media presence.

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Australian Social Work
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Specialist studies in education
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Fronek, P, Social media in social work education (Review), Australian Social Work, 2017, 70 (2), pp. 253-254
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