I’m Nicole Clark, a New York City-based licensed social worker and independent evaluator, specializing in working with nonprofits and agencies to design, implement, and evaluate programs and services primarily tailored to women and girls of color. One of the common misconceptions of social workers is that we only work with individuals and families, providing therapeutic counseling or linking clients to programs and services via case management. Unfortunately, this misconception can be prevalent among evaluators who are not very familiar with the social work profession.
Today’s post offers lessons learned and a hot tip highlighting three approaches to social work: Aea365 Content Curation. My name is Susan Kistler and I am the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director.
This is the last in a short aea365 series on content curation. Thursday focused on how evaluators (researchers, professionals, students, others) can use content curation. Yesterday, I took a look at four content curation tools: BagTheWeb, Connotea, pearltrees, and Scoop.it. Today, I’m hoping that others might be interested in expanding on this project. Hot Tip: Want to get involved? RescueTime Lite. Aea365 RescueTime. TimeCult. Inspiration Lab.