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Building community is one of the key activities NDSU Extension Service must practice to communicate effectively online. This session shows you how to use the popular social media tool Facebook to build community around your county extension office, subject matter, project or department.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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To effectively communicate online, NDSU Extension Service needs to publish online content that can be found and shared. This session will show you how to use the “article” type in Ag CMS to publish content that can be easily found, used and shared by our customers. 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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This is an archive of the Wimba webconferencing training "Working Differently: Tools for Listening To Online Conversations." If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
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This is an archive made through Wimba webconferencing of our February 3, 2011 discussion "Working Differently: Toward a Fully-Engaged Extension Service." If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
Located in Training & Tutorials / Archived Presentations
This is an archive made through Wimba webconferencing of our February 3, 2011 discussion "Working Differently: Toward a Fully-Engaged Extension Service." If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
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