How Not to Use Digital Resources

How Not to Use Digital Resources

This podcast episode is all about how NOT to use digital resources.

As soon as you heard me mention today’s topic, you might have felt a little confused, because usually this podcast is all about how TO use digital resources. And it’s true; most of my career is focused on empowering SLPs to use digital materials effectively. I host this podcast, I write blog articles about the topic of digital resources, and of course I run The Digital SLP membership.

I wanted to mention that this isn’t the first time we have talked about this topic on the podcast. In 2019, I recorded an episode called “How Not to Use Technology in Speech Therapy.” I’ll be covering some of the same themes today, and expanding on some of the ideas that were mentioned in that episode. I’ll also bring some new suggestions into the mix.

I absolutely love digital resources. I also think that they are like any other resource out there, in that there’s an ideal way to use them, and there’s a non-ideal way to use them. It can be helpful to understand the less useful ways to use them, because ultimately this understanding can make our therapy sessions stronger. We’ll be covering some of the same themes today, and expanding on some of the ideas that were mentioned in that episode. We’ll also bring some new suggestions into the mix. I’ll be sure to link that previous episode in the show notes in case you want to check it out.

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