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Presented By: School of Social Work

Consuming, Creating, and Collaborating: Social Media as a Tool for Engaged Scholarship

Jonathan B. Singer, Jennifer Greenfield and Justin Harty with Shawna Lee moderating

Shawna Lee, Justin Harty, Jennifer Greenfield, Jonathan Singer Shawna Lee, Justin Harty, Jennifer Greenfield, Jonathan Singer
Shawna Lee, Justin Harty, Jennifer Greenfield, Jonathan Singer
Developing an online presence is an increasingly important task of social work scholars. Join three social work scholars, Jonathan B. Singer, Jennifer Greenfield and Justin Harty, as they talk about how they harness technologies such as Twitter, Slack, podcasting and blogging for social good. ​Shawna Lee, the director of the Parenting in Context research lab, will moderate.

This conversation is part of the Parenting in Context webinar series, which translates research on timely topics to social work practice. All sessions are free and will provide one continuing education (CE) credit for social workers who register and participate in the live webinar. Learn more about the Parenting in Context Research Lab.

Social workers participating in this course will receive 1 synchronous online continuing education contact hours.
Shawna Lee, Justin Harty, Jennifer Greenfield, Jonathan Singer Shawna Lee, Justin Harty, Jennifer Greenfield, Jonathan Singer
Shawna Lee, Justin Harty, Jennifer Greenfield, Jonathan Singer

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May 13, 2021 (Thursday) 12:00pm
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