It's back to school time! Social work Ph.D. student Karen Zgoda wrote this article for THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER magazine on using technology effectively in communicating with your professors. For example:
DON'T: Ask your professor what course you are taking with him/her. Seriously.
DO: Communicate that you are going to miss a class.
Read the article here.
Do you have other tips or comments to add?
Your source for information on applying, getting in, and navigating the social work graduate school experience. Brought to you by THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER magazine at http://www.socialworker.com. This site is an educational resource with information on applying to MSW programs and includes excerpts from THE SOCIAL WORK GRADUATE SCHOOL APPLICANT'S HANDBOOK by Jesus Reyes, as well as other articles and resources for those considering a master's degree in social work.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Back to Social Work School: How to Communicate Effectively With Your Professor
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