Working Differently in Extension Podcast
This podcast, hosted by Bob Bertsch, NDSU Agriculture Communications, is a discussion of how cooperative extension professionals can work differently to be more effective in the new communications environment.
Duration: about 30 minutes
Updated: every Thursday, approx. 3 p.m. (CT)
Check out the latest episodes below
- Working Differently in Extension 039 - Nancy Franz
- A talk with Nancy Franz, Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach for Families and 4-H Youth and Director, Iowa State University Extension to Families at Iowa State University about the importance of storytelling in Extension work. Nancy is co-author of the article "Stories and Storytelling in Extension Work," which appeared in the August 2012 issue of the Journal of Extension.
- Working Differently in Extension 038 - Lynette Flage
- Lynette Flage, NDSU Extension Service District Director, talks about Ripple Effect Mapping as a way to capture program impacts. Lynette is co-author of a recent Journal of Extension article on this new approach to evaluation. You can read the article at http://www.joe.org/joe/2012october/tt6.php
- Working Differently in Extension 037 - Karen Jeanette & Marissa Stone
- Karen Jeanette, who works with eXtension Communities of Practice support, and information technologist and social media strategist Marissa Stone talk about getting professionals connected with online networks.
- Working Differently in Extension 036 - Amy Hays & Maggie Lawrence
- An interview with Amy Hays, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, and Maggie Lawrence, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service, recorded at the 2012 eXtension National Conference. Amy and Maggie talk about the importance of images and video in online communication.
- Working Differently in Extension 035 - John Blue & Jerry Buchko
- An interview with John Blue, chief of community creation with Truffle Media Networks, and Jerry Buchko, counselor, coach & tutor of personal finance in private practice, recorded at the 2012 eXtension National Conference. John and Jerry share their perspectives as professionals outside of extension participating in extension communities.