Upcoming Webinar

Excited to be providing this webinar workshop on the career-mental health connection. If you’re interested, here’s where to register: https://ceuonestop.com/home/webinars/.

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NCDA Technology Resource

Did you know that NCDA has a technology resource to support career practitioners? I barely have time to mine through my daily google alerts on technology, so I’m grateful when someone does the tech lifting for me! For example, take a look at this month’s tech tip:

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NCDA¬†has monthly tech tips that come out through the e-zine, Career Convergence. And, if you don’t have enough time or memory to check it monthly, you can sign up to have it delivered into your box! Worried you missed something? Check out the “Tech Tips” archive – like I”m going to do…right now. Happy teching!

 

Snapchat and Irma in Teaching Career Development

Hurricane Irma presented a unique challenge and opportunity last week for this Snapchat experiment. True to my 3x a week commitment, when Friday came, I decided to post this:

Immediately, I got responses back from most of my student followers, of their pets! Once I had heard from them, I decided to send this:

On Monday, I heard from the students that I was the only professor they had heard from during the hurricane. I was reminded how this tool can be used to connect in a caring way with students, and how that connection can make such a difference for them (and for me). I’m also challenged to think about how to balance the academic purpose of the tool (Book quotes are coming up!) and the personal connection. Curious as to how others manage that.

Linking Online Resources to Innovative Career Counseling Approaches

I’m very excited about continuing the conversation about how technology can be used in creative ways to enhance career counseling interventions and job searching. This presentation was made at the Ohio Career Development Association, co-sponsored by the National Career Development Association. This presentation is a mashup of previous Tech Twins presentations, updated with ethics, as well as a few new¬†features hot off the presses. Hope you enjoy!

Technology, Counseling, & Ethics

Technology continues to provide new avenues for extending and enhancing career advising/counseling service delivery – but we must take into account ethical considerations. This is from a presentation I (Deb) made at NCDA‘s Career Practitioner Institute in Memphis a few weeks ago.