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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 047 - Tom Coon
Michigan State University Extension director Tom Coon discusses how, in the wake of budget cuts, MSU Extension restructured to become more adaptable and responsive to emerging issues.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 048 - Nancy Bowen-Ellzey
A conversation with Nancy Bowen-Ellzey about Ohio State University Extension's field specialist model. How does it address specific critical issues and develop collaborative partnerships that foster non-traditional funding opportunities while complementing the work of the county-based educator?
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 049 - Barbara O'Neill
Barbara O'Neill, Extension Specialist in Financial Resource Management at Rutgers Cooperative Extension, talks about assessing programs using Critical Incident Technique, a qualitative research method based on personal stories and descriptive data.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 064 - Christy Mannering
University of Delaware web developer Christy Mannering discusses the #nexconf  session, "Quality Engagement vs. Quantity of Fans on Facebook and Twitter" and Delaware's Ask an Expert rollout.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 055 - Stephen Judd
Stephen Judd, IT and Distance Education manager for university of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and chair of the eXtension network Literacy Community of Practice, talks about open learning environments, reconciling local Extension funding with digital delivery and the challenges of of building a community.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 022 - Abby Gold, NDSU Nutrition and Wellness Specialist
A discussion with North Dakota State University Extension nutrition and wellness specialist Abby Gold about how and why she curates information online, the changing roles of Extension professionals and why some have resisted those roles.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 058 - Mark Lubell
A conversation with Mark Lubell, University of California Davis, about Extension 3.0: Outreach and Education in the Age of Connectivity, his effort to evolve land grant universities to accelerate sustainable agricultural innovation by capitalizing on social learning, information technology, and networks of expertise.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 057 - Eric Stafne
A conversation with Eric Stafne, associate Extension professor at Mississippi State and administrative director of the National Grape Community of Practice, about his Journal of Extension article, "A View of Digital Scholarship in Extension."
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 059 - Mike Boehlje and Dave King
A conversation with Mike Boehlje, Purdue University, and Dave King, Oregon State University, about their Journal of Extension commentary "A Return to the Basics: The Solution for eXtension."
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 056 - Paul Hill
Utah State University Extension assistant professor and 4-H agent Paul Hill talks about his recent blog posts, "Extension is Broken" and "How to Fix Extension."
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