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Working Differently in Extension Podcast

Cooperative extension in the new communications environment

Working Differently in Extension Podcast LogoThis podcast, hosted by Bob Bertsch, NDSU Agriculture Communications, is a discussion of how cooperative extension professionals can work differently to be more effective in the new communications environment.

Duration: about 30 minutes

Updated: every Thursday, approx. 3 p.m. (CT)

 

Check out the latest episodes below

File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 067 - Christine Geith
A conversation with new eXtension Initiative CEO Christine Geith . We'll talk about her plans for the future of eXtension and how that may impact the future of Cooperative Extension.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 066 - Jamie Seger and Paul Hill
A conversation with Jamie Seger and Paul Hill from the eXtension Ed Tech Learning Network, http://www.extedtechs.org/.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 065 - David Just
A conversation with David Just , director of the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs, about how behavioral economics might impact Extension work.
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.
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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