Update February 2014: Now available in the iBooks store!
Update: We got a wonderful testimonial from a reader!
“As a former admissions director in a school of social work, I spent lots of time looking for resources to best prepare incoming students for their studies and new careers. Years later, I’m delighted to discover this recently-released publication by Linda Grobman and Karen Zgoda. Contained in this book are the kinds of resources I’d tried to assemble for new social workers becoming acclimated to the scholarship and service of the profession. Needless to say, I’ll be sharing this important publication with colleagues and students enrolled in my social work courses.”
— Jeff T. Steen, LCSW, PhD student, adjunct instructor, New York University
The NEW SOCIAL WORKER® Magazine’s Back-to-School Guide for Social Work Students eBook is now available! I’m so excited to share this new eBook with you!
Here is a word from the Publisher:
If you are a social work student, we have the new guide you need…our “hot off the press” THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER Magazine’s Back-to-School Guide for Social Work Students, edited by Linda Grobman and Karen Zgoda. This e-book is available now in Kindle format at: http://www.amazon.com/WORKER®-Magazines–School-Students-ebook/dp/B00EZAXVJ8/
You can download the e-book in other formats at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/355823
You can read contributions from:
- Jonathan Singer, TIP: Go the Distance
- Erlene Grise-Owens, Traveling Toward a Social Work Degree: 10 Road-Tested Trip-Tips
- Allan Barsky, TIP: Ask for Honest Feedback
- Liz Fisher, Nicole Reed, Loran Stough, and Matt Tracey, Making the Most of Field Seminar
- Kryss Shane, TIP: Get To Know Your Classmates
- Marian Swindell, 11 Tips for Professional Behavior in the Classroom
- Addison Cooper, TIP: “So What I Hear You Saying Is…”
- Ellen Belluomini, TIP: Minimize Distractions to Increase Your Focus and Attention
- Brad Forenza, TIP: You Can Get Clinical Licensure With a Macro Concentration
- Mozart Guerrier, TIP: Focus on Your Purpose and Imagine Your Perfect World
- Karen Allen, What Is an Ethical Dilemma?
- Sonya Hunte, TIP: Build Authentic Relationships
- Kathy Black, Considerations in Writing a Literature Review
- Dorlee M., TIP: Got Therapy? We All Have Wounds…
- Stephen Marson, TIP: When in Crisis, See Your Advisor
- Denice Goodrich Liley, TIP: If I Could Do This Over
- Jerry Finn, To Once and Future Research Students
- Mike Langlois, TIP: Change the World
- Jeff Baxter, What I Have Learned About Learning
- Ogden Rogers, TIP: Get the Ticket—Take the Ride!
- And yours truly 🙂
- SW 2.0: How to Communicate Effectively With Your Professor
- Back to School Resolution: Avoid Common APA Mistakes
- (Ctrl + C) + (Ctrl + V) = Homework NOT Finished
The photos on the cover are from my dissertation stream on Instagram.
Please share and help spread the word to all social work students. Hope you enjoy this new guide and find it helpful. Have a great semester!
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