Open for whom? Challenging information privilege in social work

Accepted CSWE 2020 Conference APM presentation proposal, in the Values & Ethics track. A majority of the knowledge produced, shared, and sustained by social work scholarship is inaccessible. Apart from faculty, students, and researchers at well-funded universities in North America and Europe, paywalls, copyright maximalism, and the inheritance of social privilege marginalize the least powerfulContinue reading “Open for whom? Challenging information privilege in social work”

#BPD2020: Technological engagement as transgression: Social work and digital citizenship

Authors: Matthew DeCarlo (Radford University, @profmattdecarlo) & Kerry Fay Vandergrift (Radford University) Abstract: This presentation will discuss how social work educators can integrate information and new media literacy in the classroom and educate the digitally-engaged change agents of the next decade. Keywords: access to higher education; college access; open educational resources; social work; social work education; textbook cost Presentation Materials:Continue reading “#BPD2020: Technological engagement as transgression: Social work and digital citizenship”