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As a practitioner or educator in the Helping Professions, you can play a part in increasing the digital literacy within your profession.  Here are some of the ways that you can participate.

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Have you used any of the Apps that we have reviewed? If so use the star ratings to rate the app, this will help other prospective users to find the best apps for their practice or teaching.  You can also leave a comment on our reviews to add more detail about your experiences with a particular app, it is always helpful to have multiple perspectives on how an app functions.

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Have you used an App that you would recommend for others?  If you have, you can write a guest review and we will publish it, acknowledging your contribution.  Check out our guidelines for submitting a guest review.

Tell us how you use Apps in your Teaching

Are you an instructor in a helping profession, and do you use apps in your classes?  If so we invite you to create a short description of how you integrate Apps into your courses or field supervision.  Check out our list of existing sample assignments and our Guidelines for contributing a sample assignment.  We will be happy to share your good work with others, so that they can benefit from your experience.

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