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File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 001- Facebook
Inaugural episode of the Working Differently in Extension podcast. Today we talk about privacy settings in Facebook.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 002- Facebook & del.icio.us
Discussion of Facebook profiles, groups and pages, and social bookmarking.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 003- IPad Apps
Discussion of apps for the IPad
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 004- MacWorld, Verizon IPhone and Working Differently
A discussion of Julie Kuehl's recent trip to MacWorld, the IPhone comes to the Dakotas and NDSU Ag Communication Web Services Working Differently initiative.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 005 - iPad2 and Twitter Hashtags
In this podcast we discuss the iPad2 and talk about the use of Twitter hashtags to rally support around an issue, create conversations and build community.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 006 - Twitter in Extension
This podcast focuses on using Twitter for listening, promoting, participating, publishing and building community.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 007 - Email Security and Facebook Clickjacking
This episode of the Working Differently in extension podcast deals with avoiding email phishing attempts and Facebook clickjacks.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 008 - Mobile Apps, QR Codes and Bulk SMS
This episode of the Working Differently in Extension podcast deals with smartphone app development in Extension, qr codes and bulk text messaging.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 009 - Common Sense vs. Common Experience
How to use real-world experience to be safe in the online world.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 010 - Social Media and Trust
A conversation of social media's role in breaking news and what it can teach cooperative extension about engaging in online conversations.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 011 - Facebook New Features and Google +
We talk about recent changes to Facebook, including the new video chat feature. Also, Google's new social media tool, Google +.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 012 - Should Twitter Change?
We discuss whether Twitter should make changes in response to the launch of Google+.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 013 - Digital Myths and Exaggerations
"In this podcast, we focused on digital myths and exaggerations using two examples: a study sponsored by by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA) that suggested 12-to 17-year-olds showed a higher likelihood of substance abuse with exposure to photos posted on social networks showing that kind of activity and the idea of "digital natives," a theory, advanced by Marc Prensky, that those born during the digital age are radically different as learners than those born before the digital age (digital immigrants)."
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 014 - Network Literacy and Twitter Hits 100 Million
We talk about the power of online networks, what makes someone network literate, and Twitter's milestone of 100 million active users.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 015 - Remembering Steve Jobs
A discussion of the impact of Steve Jobs. Did he really change the world?
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 016 - Holiday Tech Gifts 2012
We discuss some of our picks for tech gifts for the 2012 holiday season.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension Podcast 017 - eXtension Director Dan Cotton
In our first podcast in a new interview format, we talk with Dan Cotton, director of eXtension, about changes in Extension's relationship with technology, eXtension's 2011-2014 strategic roadmap, the copyrighting of eXtension content and more.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension Podcast 018 - Jim Langcuster, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service
A conversation with Jim Langcuster (@ExtensionGuy on Twitter), the author of Mission Extension, a great blog about the cooperative extension mission, past, present and future.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension Podcast 019 - University of Minnesota Extension
A conversation with University of Minnesota Extension forester Eli Sagor (@esagor on Twitter). Eli is a "tree guy" and a social media guy. He's the creator and manager of the online resource My Minnesota Woods.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension Podcast 020 - Katie Pinke, N.D Dept. of Ag
An interview with Katie Pinke of the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. Katie is a strong supporter of agriculture and the use of social media to tell the stories of ag and rural America.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension Podcast 021 - Alice Henneman, UNL Extension
A discussion of the use of social media tools, like Facebook and Pinterest, in Extension education with Alice Henneman, food safety and nutrition educator with University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 022 - Abby Gold, NDSU Nutrition and Wellness Specialist
A discussion with North Dakota State University Extension nutrition and wellness specialist Abby Gold about how and why she curates information online, the changing roles of Extension professionals and why some have resisted those roles.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 023 - Sarah Baugman, eXtension Military Families Project
A conversation about evaluating cooperative extension programs in the age of social media with Sarah Baughman, evaluation and research specialist with the eXtension Military Familes Project.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 024 - Networks
Host Bob Bertsch talks about the power and importance of networks in working differently.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 025 - Kevin Gamble, eXtension
Kevin Gamble, associate director for the National eXtension Initiative, joins us to talk about changes in eXtension's Learn system (learn.extension.org) and upcoming changes to eXtension's Ask an Expert system that would make Ask an Expert questions and answers public.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 026 - Tony Cook, For Youth, For Life Learning Network
Dr. Tony Cook, Alabama Cooperative Extension 4-H science and technology specialist, talks about the For Youth, For Life Learning Network project. Dr. Cook leads this exciting project that leverages the power of online networks for youth learning. The project recently received won $150,000 in the Badges for Lifelong Learning Competition.
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."
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 028 - Dave King, Oregon State University
We talk with Dave King, Associate Provost, Outreach & Engagement, Oregon State University about what makes a truly 21st century land-grant university.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 029 - Anne Adrian
A conversation about social media, personal learning, content quality and more with Anne Adrian, social media strategist to the eXtension Military Families Learning Network.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 030 - Jenny Rees, UNL Extension
Jeny Rees, Extension Educator at UNL Extension-Clay County, talks about her use of social media to reach the people she serves in rural Nebraska. Jenny tweets at twitter.com/jenreesources and blogs at jenreesources.wordpress.com.
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.
File MP3 audio Working Differently Podcast 032 - Jennifer Smith, K-State Extension
Jennifer Smith, K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent in Douglas County, KS, talks about her use of Twitter, Facebook and blog to reach the people she serves.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 033 - Jill Heemstra, UNL Extension, LPELC
Jill Heemstra, University of Nebraska Extension Educator and Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center Coordinator talks about #manuremonday, engaging the public in Extension work and building a successful community of practice.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 034 - Marissa Stone
An interview with information technologist and social media strategist Marissa Stone recorded at the 2012 eXtension National Conference. We talked to Marissa about how she used social media to promote the Priester National Extension Health Conference before, during and after the event.
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File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 035 - John Blue & Jerry Buchko
An interview with John Blue, chief of community creation with Truffle Media Networks, and Jerry Buchko, counselor, coach & tutor of personal finance in private practice, recorded at the 2012 eXtension National Conference. John and Jerry share their perspectives as professionals outside of extension participating in extension communities.
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.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 037 - Karen Jeanette & Marissa Stone
Karen Jeanette, who works with eXtension Communities of Practice support, and information technologist and social media strategist Marissa Stone talk about getting professionals connected with online networks.
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
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 039 - Nancy Franz
A talk with Nancy Franz, Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach for Families and 4-H Youth and Director, Iowa State University Extension to Families at Iowa State University about the importance of storytelling in Extension work. Nancy is co-author of the article "Stories and Storytelling in Extension Work," which appeared in the August 2012 issue of the Journal of Extension.
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.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 041 - Best of 2012, Part 2
We take a look back at some of our favorite interviews of the past year, including comments from Eli Sagor, Maggie Lawrence, Amy Hays, Jill Heemstra and more.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 042 - Kelly Pritchett
A conversation with Kelly Pritchett, marketing specialist with DMA Solutions, about the paper she co-authored, "Expressions of Social Presence in Agricultural Conversations on Twitter." The paper appeared in the Journal of Applied Communications, http://journalofappliedcommunications.org/
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 043 - Stan Skrabut
A conversation with Stan Skrabut, Instructional Technology Educational Specialist with University of Wyoming Extension, about training in the military, informal learning, tech tools, gaming and more.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 044 - LuAnn Phillips
A conversation with eXtension Virtual Worlds Coordinator LuAnn Phillips about Extension education efforts in Second Life and the future of virtual worlds.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 045 - Jeff Hino
Jeff Hino, Learning Technology Leader with Oregon State University Extension, talks about a "New Media Platform for Extension."
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 046 - Jerry Thomas
Jerry Thomas, leader for innovation and change for Ohio State University Extension, talks about creating networks Extension professionals.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 047 - Tom Coon
Michigan State University Extension director Tom Coon discusses how, in the wake of budget cuts, MSU Extension restructured to become more adaptable and responsive to emerging issues.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 048 - Nancy Bowen-Ellzey
A conversation with Nancy Bowen-Ellzey about Ohio State University Extension's field specialist model. How does it address specific critical issues and develop collaborative partnerships that foster non-traditional funding opportunities while complementing the work of the county-based educator?
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.
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.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 051 - Greg Johll
Greg Johll, director of Technology Services for University of Wisconsin Extension, talks about how UWEX distributed Google Nexus tablets to nearly 3/4 of its employees.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 052 - Jeff Reisdorfer
A conversation with Jeff Reisdorfer, Web Communications Coordinator for the Center for Farm Financial Management at the University of Minnesota, about his AgEdu blog, social media, educational online games and more.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 053 - Laura Kalambokidis
A conversation with University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota State Economist Laura Kalambokidis. Laura discusses her work on "Building Extension's Public Value."
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.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 055 - Stephen Judd
Stephen Judd, IT and Distance Education manager for university of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and chair of the eXtension network Literacy Community of Practice, talks about open learning environments, reconciling local Extension funding with digital delivery and the challenges of of building a community.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 056 - Paul Hill
Utah State University Extension assistant professor and 4-H agent Paul Hill talks about his recent blog posts, "Extension is Broken" and "How to Fix Extension."
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 057 - Eric Stafne
A conversation with Eric Stafne, associate Extension professor at Mississippi State and administrative director of the National Grape Community of Practice, about his Journal of Extension article, "A View of Digital Scholarship in Extension."
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 058 - Mark Lubell
A conversation with Mark Lubell, University of California Davis, about Extension 3.0: Outreach and Education in the Age of Connectivity, his effort to evolve land grant universities to accelerate sustainable agricultural innovation by capitalizing on social learning, information technology, and networks of expertise.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 059 - Mike Boehlje and Dave King
A conversation with Mike Boehlje, Purdue University, and Dave King, Oregon State University, about their Journal of Extension commentary "A Return to the Basics: The Solution for eXtension."
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 060 - Chris Boleman and Courtney Dodd
A conversation with Chris Boleman and Courtney Dodd from Texas 4-H Youth Development about their use of Twitter and Ustream. We talk about the Texas 4-H tweet-ups (#tx4hconvo) and about "Leadership Live," a live leadership event steamed online.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 061 - Kim Allen, Nichole Huff and Dede Nelson
A discussion of the study Kim Allen, Nichole Huff and Dede Nelson of NC State conducted that created and validated a social media self-efficacy scale.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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 068 - Eric Stafne
A conversation about digital scholarship with Eric Stafne, Mississippi State University. We'll discuss Eric's series of blog posts on "The Intersection of Digital Technology and Scholarship."
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 069 - Curtis Mahnken and Jeff Reisdorfer
We talk with Jeff Reisdorfer and Curtis Mahnken of the University of Minnesota's Center for Farm Financial Management about their new Farm Answers website and podcast.
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 070 - Jim Isleib
A conversation with Jim Isleib, Michigan State University Extension Upper Peninsula Crop Production Educator, about how he is using webinars to expand the reach of annual, ‘live’ meetings.
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
File MP3 audio Working Differently in Extension 072: Bradd Anderson
A conversation with Bradd Anderson , University of Missouri Extension, about FilmFest 4-H, http://4h.missouri.edu/go/events/filmfest/. The 5th annual national festival will take place next summer.
File Working Differently in Extension 073: Lenah Nguyen, Katie Thomas and Paul Hill
A conversation with Lenah Nguyen and Katie Thomas, Virginia Cooperative Extension about their work with 4-H Maker Fest and 4-H Make Education, and with Paul Hill, Utah State University Extension, about Extension and the Maker Movement.
File Working Differently in Extension 074: Jamie Bain, Noelle Harden and Stephanie Heim
A conversation with Jamie Bain, Noelle Harden and Stephanie Heim of University of Minnesota Extension about their exploration of the opportunities and challenges presented by the emergence of a statewide food network in Minnesota and the role of Extension within it.  They have captured the experiences in a report, "Cultivating collective action: The ecology of a statewide food network," http://www.extension.umn.edu/family/health-and-nutrition/toolkits-and-resources/healthy-food-access/docs/statewide-food-network-report-2015.pdf
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