Effective Writing Skills for Social Work Students
- Philip Musson - University of Lincoln, UK
Critical Thinking | Social Work Research Methods
helpful for new students
Another excellent easy read but comprehensive book which provides useful points for students to develop over the course of their training. A key book for any student and lecturer.
A nice accessible little book which will no doubt be welcomed by students heading out on their first placement. Chapter one highlighted some useful and oft repeated pointers on academic writing. It would have been great if the book had offered more guidance on development and structuring of ideas in academic writing.
Was not comprehensive enough to meet my needs for the course.
A useful and practical book
This book will form part of a key list of texts for our skills to practice module. Useful exercises and activities allow an important, but often 'dry' teaching topic to come alive.
Highly appropriate for the beginning years of the social work degree. A useful book that students can dip into to improve specific writing skills.
Useful for Year 1 students
A timely text which will enhance SW skills & practice training.
A timely text which will enhance SW skills training.