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E-WORTH
E-WORTH Partner: Louisa Gilbert, Nabila El-Bassel- Social Intervention Group (SIG), School of Social Work
E-WORTH (Empowering African-American Women on the Road To Health) is a combination self-paced and group-based HIV prevention intervention for African American women on probation. The goal of the intervention is to build positive peer norms and social support for HIV risk reduction. E-WORTH is a collaboration between the Social Intervention...

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Released: TBA
In development.
Social Work Video Commons
Social Work Video Commons Partner: Ann McCann Oakley / Ron Thompson- School of Social Work
The Social Work Video Commons provides a portal to important video resources and creates a faculty forum around these resources. In spring 2007, five core videos for the foundation course Social Work Practice II were made available to faculty in an environment where they can tag the videos with keywords,...

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Access: Columbia only
Revised: September 2014
Released: January 2007

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WINGS
WINGS Partner: Louisa Gilbert- Social Intervention Group, School of Social Work
Women Initiating New Goals for Safety (WINGS) is a self-paced assessment and intervention that seeks to improve safety and encourage healthy relationships among women on probation in community court settings. WINGS is a collaboration between the Social Intervention Group (SIG) at the Columbia School of Social Work and CCNMTL.  Participants...

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Access: Private
Released: March 2012

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diaBeaters
diaBeaters Partner: Mary Sormanti and Helaine Ciporen- Columbia School of Social Work and Mount Sinai Medical Center
diaBeaters! is an online intervention created for social work graduate students and practitioners for use with families with a child that has Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM). Type 2 Diabetes, already a major health problem among adults, is the fastest growing pediatric epidemic of our decade. diaBeaters provides a multi-stepped,...

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Access: Columbia only
Released: October 2010

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Child Abuse Reporting Education (CARE-SSW)
Child Abuse Reporting Education (CARE-SSW) Partner: Ann McCann Oakley- School of Social Work
The Child Abuse Reporting Education (CARE) Project is an online resource designed to teach graduate students in the School of Social Work how to recognize the symptoms of child abuse and how to report abuse when acting in their professional capacities. Social workers and other human service professionals are required...

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Access: Private
Released: March 2010

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Multimedia WORTH
Multimedia WORTH Partner: Nabila El-Bassel- Social Intervention Group, School of Social Work
WORTH is a computer-supported HIV prevention intervention for groups of drug-involved women who are on parole or in alternative to incarceration programs in New York. The goal of the intervention is to build positive peer norms and social support for HIV risk reduction. Multimedia WORTH is a collaboration between the...

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Access: Private
Released: October 2009

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Multimedia Connect
Multimedia Connect Partner: Susan Witte- School of Social Work
Multimedia Connect is a a computer-supported HIV prevention intervention for couples at risk for HIV developed by the School of Social Work's Social Intervention Group (SIG) and CCNMTL. The multimedia intervention provides supplemental facilitator training and support materials and participant activities. Together, SIG and CCNMTL have created a framework for...

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Access: Private
Released: June 2008

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Connect: Social Support Network Map
Connect: Social Support Network Map Partner: Susan Witte- School of Social Work
The Social Support Network Map is used in conjunction with student role plays to teach students the technique of social support network mapping to reduce risky behavior. The map was used originally in Professor Witte's Advanced Clinical Practice course (T7113), but can be used in many classroom settings. The Social...

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Access: Columbia only
Released: November 2005

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VITAL at the School of Social Work
VITAL at the School of Social Work Partner: Tazuko Shibusawa- School of Social Work
Video Interactions for Teaching and Learning (VITAL), now in its third iteration, is in use in a variety of courses at the School of Social Work. Clinical Practice with couples, taught by Susan Oppenheim, requires students to apply concepts and theoretical frameworks studied in course readings to questions about clinical...

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Released: January 2004
Archived, no longer available.
Social Work Practice With Older Adults: A Video Archive
Social Work Practice With Older Adults: A Video Archive Partner: Denise Burnette, Ann McCann-Oakley- School of Social Work
CCNMTL and the School of Social Work produced a series of videos depicting social worker/client interviews on four topics in social work practice with older adults and their families. The topics include: coping with chronic illness, active aging, depression, and sexuality in aging. Ten client and social worker interactions were...

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Released: September 2002
Archived, no longer available.
Video Case Studies for Social Work (CARLA)
Video Case Studies for Social Work (CARLA) Partner: Ned Walsh- School of Social Work
Video was shot and produced to create an interactive case study, Carla. The project aims to train social work students by using lessons derived from the social worker-client interactions. The case studies include information on relevant laws and as well as commentary from the faculty....

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Released: September 2000
Archived, no longer available.