ICT-Supported Social Work Interventions with Youth: A Critical Review

Deanne Mitchell, information specialist, the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

This study conducted a systematic review of information and communication technology (ICT) supported social work interventions with young people. This included tailor-made project websites, computer hardware, mobile phones and general internet use.

Understanding the potentials and limits of ICT could be useful for social workers. Picture: Shocky/Adobe Stock
Understanding the potentials and limits of ICT could be useful for social workers. Picture: Shocky/Adobe Stock

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