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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 050 - Jamie Seger
Jamie Seger, Extension educator and education technology specialist with Ohio State University Extension, talks about her effort getting Extension educators comfortable with social media through the Back to the Kitchen project.
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File MP3 audio 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
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 063 - Colleen Brady
A conversation with Colleen Brady, Purdue University, about her upcoming session, "Digging into HorseQuest Social Media Stats: What drives our clientele to activity?" at the 2014 National eXtension Conference.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 054 - Melissa Cater
Melissa Cater, LSU AgCenter Organizational Development & Evaluation, talks with us about a study of Extension faculty's preferences for and perceptions of using an online, particularly social media, environment for professional development.
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If you are not actively keeping up with your own learning and professional development, you are falling behind. A Personal Learning Network (PLN) can provide you with learning from leaders, experts and colleagues around the world, bringing together communities, resources and information impossible to access from within your office walls. Learn how you can get started on your own PLN and contribute to your professional development. This is an archive of a Wimba webconferencing training. If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 071: Nate Meyer, Becky Meyer, Sherry Boyce
A conversation with Nate Meyer, Becky Meyer, and Sherry Boyce from University of Minnesota Extension about their Journal of Extension commentary, "A Call to Embrace Program Innovation," http://www.joe.org/joe/2015june/comm1.php
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 040 - Best of 2012, Part 1
We take a look back at some of our favorite interviews of the past year, including comments from Anne Adrian, Dan Cotton, Jenny Rees, Jim Langcuster and more.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 062 - Roslynn Brain
A conversation with Roslynn Brain, Utah State University, about using positive messaging and social media to reach new Extension clientele in sustainability outreach. Roslynn will present a session on that topic at the 2014 National eXtension Conference.
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If you want to discover relevant online information that you can trust, connect with smart people who share your interests. People should be a big part of your online network. A Personal Learning Network (PLN) can provide you with learning from leaders, experts and colleagues around the world, bringing together communities, resources and information impossible to access from within your office walls. Learn how use social media to find and follow people who can really enhance your learning and professional development. This is an archive of a Wimba webconferencing training. If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
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