Karen Zgoda is a doctoral student at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Her research interests are innovative social work practice, technology in social work including the effects of information communications technologies (ICTs) such as the Internet, social media, and mobile technologies, poverty and class, social entrepreneurship, social informatics, socioeconomic development, and community practice. Her dissertation title is “Charlestown Connects: An Exploration of How an Interagency Collaboration Program Works and Examination of Long-Term Effects.”
Edited by Linda May Grobman & Karen Zgoda. For this volume in the “Best of The New Social Worker” series, the editors have chosen articles from The New Social Worker magazine that we think you will find most relevant as you start the new school term. We also asked social work experts to provide tips for new and returning students.