Developing Your Professional Voice

How does professional writing differ from other sorts of writing, such as academic writing or personal writing? Which editing principles do you apply on a regular basis? What other tools or techniques have helped you develop or shape your professional voice?

Pulling It All Together

This semester, we covered diverse topics from punctuation and formatting to team building and getting a job. You learned how to produce letters, memos, and e-mail. What were your favorite topics? How have your skills and thinking changed? In short, what did you learn and how are you using it?

Editing Skills Tune-Up

What are you learning to help you proofread and edit effectively? What editing tips can you give your readers? As you apply what you are learning, what results are you seeing in your writing? 

Becoming an Incurable Editor

You have worked intensely to improve your writing skills: What did you learn? How has your writing changed? Do you feel differently about writing? What were your favorite topics?

Giving and Receiving Feedback

What did you learn about giving and receiving feedback this week? How does giving feedback apply to writing e-mail messages and other types of office communications? What insights and experiences would you like to share about giving and receiving feedback?

Pulling It All Together

This semester, we covered diverse topics from punctuation and formatting to team building and getting a job. You learned how to produce letters, memos, and e-mail. What were your favorite topics? How have your skills and thinking changed? In short, what did you learn and how are you using it?

The Writer’s Handbook – A Guide for Social Workers

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The Writer’s Handbook: A Guide for Social Workers
by Dona J. Young

The Writer’s Handbook: A Guide for Social Workers is a writing reference for social work majors and graduate students. Specific to social work, the text contains chapters on documenting in the field, research, APA style citation, and formatting.

In addition, learners have access to full chapters on principles of grammar (verbs, pronouns, and parallel structure), punctuation (commas, semicolons, colons, quotation marks), and writing style (active voice, pronoun viewpoint, and conciseness).

The Writer’s Handbook can be used as the primary textbook in writing classes for social work students or as a supplementary text for other classes.

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Editing Skills Tune-Up

What are you learning to help you proofread and edit effectively? What editing tips can you give your readers? As you apply what you are learning, what results are you seeing in your writing?

Pulling It All Together

This semester, we covered diverse topics from punctuation and formatting to team building and getting a job. You learned how to produce letters, memos, and e-mail. What were your favorite topics? What did you learn that you are applying? How have your skills and thinking changed? In short, what are your takeaways from class?

Editing Skills Tune-Up

What are you learning to help you proofread and edit effectively? What editing tips can you give your readers? As you apply what you are learning, what results are you seeing in your writing?