NDSU Extension Innovation


NDSU Extension Innovation

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Tech Coffee Break - August 22, 2018

Retiring the Ribbon - Using Proven Processes and Technology to Better Manage your Work and Life.

David Ripplinger talks about personal productivity management and the Getting Things Done framework

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Tech Coffee Break - June 11, 2018

NDSU Extension staff share smartphone tips and tricks.

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Tech Coffee Break - May 7, 2018

Jerry Ranum form NDSU Ag Communication talks about options for backing up your computer files at NDSU. Learn more at https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/accs/storage-and-backups.

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Tech Coffee Break - April 9, 2018

Lindsey Leker discusses the impact of music and other things on the brain while studying/thinking.

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Social Media Evaluation - A Critical Conversation

On March 15, 2018, Bob Bertsch and Carrie Johnson hosted this conversation about evaluating and reporting social media activity for the NDSU Extension Service.

In additiond to the conversation above, participants collaborated on a document to record their thoughts, tools, tips and questions. Staff can still add to the document here.

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Tech Coffee Break - March 12, 2018

Ryan Buetow and Stacy Wang share tips for using Instagram for work.

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Tech Coffee Break - February 5, 2018

Here's the latest Tech Coffee Break! Miranda Meehan, Andy Robinson and Stacy Wang joined us to talk about using Twitter in their work.

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Tech Coffee Break - January 8, 2018

The Innovation Team kicked off the new year with a Tech Coffee Break aimed at hearing your thoughts on what you'd like to see the Innovation Team do in 2018. We used the collaborative tool, BoardThing, to get your feedback. Here's a screen capture of the board with all of the suggestions.

Innovation Team Feedback on BoardThing

If you have additional feedback for the Innovation Team, contact a team member, or join the NDSU Extension Innovation Facebook Group and share your thoughts there.

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Innovation in Extension: An NDSU Extension Critical Conversation

Amelia Doll from the NDSU Extension Innovation Team led this great discussion of innovation in NDSU Extension. Participants talked about:

  • What does innovation mean?
  • How can we be innovative in Extension?
  • Do we need to be innovative in Extension?

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What Does Learning Mean to You? – An NDSU Extension Critical Conversation

Recently the NDSU Extension Innovation Team had a lively discussion about the Journal of Extension article, “Redefining the Concept of Learning in Cooperative Extension." The team wanted to create a space for NDSU Extension Service faculty and staff join the conversation and talk about:

  • How do you define “learning”?
  • Is learning about retaining information?
  • Is it about applying knowledge, or is it something else entirely?

Here are some of the resources that were shared in the conversation.

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