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Hangouts On Air Pilot
Located in Let's Communicate
Tips for Video Scriptwriting
Located in Training & Tutorials
File 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.
Located in Web Services / Working Differently in Extension Podcast Files
Video Interviewing Tips
Tips on conducting video interviews for Extension education.
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Screencasting with Skype for Business
Located in Let's Communicate
Bad Audio Can Ruin Good Video
Located in Let's Communicate
Ag Comm Webinar - Shooting High Quality Video
Located in Let's Communicate
Creating a YouTube Video From PowerPoint 2010
A guide to using Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 to create a quality, engaging video for use on YouTube or other video services.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 031 - Joanne Kinsey, Rutgers Cooperative Extension
Joanne Kinsey, Family & Community Health Sciences Educator with Rutgers University Cooperative Extension, talks about her use of Pinterest, YouTube, Vimeo and other new media in delivering nutrition and fitness messages.
Located in Web Services / Working Differently in Extension Podcast Files
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 027 - Chris Labelle, Oregon State University
A conversation with Chris Labelle, Director of Professional & Noncredit Education at Oregon State University, about his Journal of Applied Communication article, "Using Visual Pedagogy To Tell Our Stories."
Located in Web Services / Working Differently in Extension Podcast Files
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