Social Workers are Quantifying More Than Ever in Collaborate
Nicole Williams of South Carolina Network of Children's Advocacy Centers recently trained fellow Collaborate users to log - and report on - Speaking Engagements.
The Collaborate community often comes up with innovative ways to use the software to support their social services goals. In the Palmetto State, for example, CAC/MDT Development Coordinator Nicole Williams is tracking Speaking Engagements - such as when she does educational outreach in schools - and is training others in her network to do the same.
Nicole works for the South Carolina Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers, which supports 17 member centers in their goal to “empower SC Communities & CACs to deliver a best practice response to child abuse.” She’s taken the initiative to keep users up-to-date with the latest Collaborate features in what she calls her Tip of the Week.
Nicole’s tip for tracking Speaking Engagements involves a quick 6-step process, which you can read about over on the Collaborate website.
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