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Reflection and Sharing Webinar
Located in Training & Tutorials / Twitter Cohort / Events
Reflection and Sharing Webinar
Located in Training & Tutorials / Twitter Cohort / Events
This is an archive of the Wimba webconferencing training "Sharing Photos & Images in Flickr." If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
Located in Training & Tutorials / Archived Presentations
Social Media
Social Media
Social Media Guidelines
Located in Let's Communicate
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".
Located in Training & Tutorials / Archived Presentations
Tweeting Fall Conference
Resources for getting started on Twitter and tweeting from the 2012 NDSU Extension/REC Fall Conference.
Located in Training & Tutorials
Twitter
Twitter
Located in Social Media
A look at how we created an Online Content Schedule in Google Drive to share content and resources for multiple Facebook pages to use for their posts.
Located in Training & Tutorials
This is an archive of the Wimba webconferencing training "Working Differently: Listening With Twitter." If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
Located in Training & Tutorials / Archived Presentations
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