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Ethical use of social networking technologies in career services

This paper examines the use of social networking technologies (SNTs) in career services and related professions. It encourages careers professionals to reflect on the benefits and challenges of using SNTs in careers service practice and to discuss strategies to enhance services and experiences for clients. 

Author(s): Julia Panke Makela

Other Publishers: National Career Development Association (NCDA) Ethics Committee

Production date: 2015

How to obtain: Download Ethical use of social networking technologies in career services

Communities: ICT, Careers Information, Careers Advice and Guidance

Audiences: Careers practitioners

Format: Web



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