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Teaching Social Work With Digital Technology
By Laurel Iverson Hitchcock, Melanie Sage, and Nancy J. Smyth

Dozens of books come across my desk, so I cannot read every one cover to cover. However, I have read enough of this book by these three respected movers and shakers in the social work tech world to know it is an important contribution to the always-evolving discipline of social work education. 

This book is expertly organized, is thoroughly referenced, and provides more resources about digital technology in social work education in one place than perhaps any predecessors.

It is a comprehensive roadmap for social work educators who know a little and a lot about digital methods in education and I highly recommend it to all in the field interested in infusing social work education with innovation and new thinking about how to effectively interest and inspire a new generation of students.

— Marianne Mallon, editor