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Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 019 - Eli Sagor


Had a great 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.

You can find out more about Eli's work on My Minnesota Woods and in digital communication at http://z.umn.edu/WDpodcast.

 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 014 - Network Literacy and Twitter Reaches 100 Million


On this podcast we talks a lot about the Network Literacy CoP. You can learn more about the CoP at http://www.extension.org/people/communities/325 or by liking the Network Literacy CoP Facebook page.

You can also contribute to the Network Literacy learning network's curation of content about social media and online networks by tagging your posts “#netlit”.

We also invited participation in our upcoming Twitter Cohort. The cohort begins September 19, 2011. For a full schedule, visit http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/agcomm/training/twitter-cohort . If you are interested in participating, email robert.bertsch@ndsu.edu or DM @ndbob or @JulieKuehlNDSU on Twitter.

 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 013 - Digital Myths and Exaggerations


Show notes from "Working Differently in Extension Podcast 013 - Digital Myths and Exaggerations."[Read More]
 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 008 - mobile apps, qr codes and bulk SMS


Show notes for the "Working Differently in Extension" podcast, episode 8.[Read More]
 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 007 - Email and Facebook Security, New Twitter


Links to resources related to email security and Facebook clickjacking as discussed in the "Working Differently in Extension" podcast.[Read More]
 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension 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.[Read More]
 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 003 - IPad Apps


In this podcast we share some of our favorite iPad apps to help new iPad users get started.[Read More]
 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 002 - Facebook & Del.icio.us


Welcome to the show notes for our inaugural Working Differently in Extension podcast.

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We are talking Facebook profiles/groups/pages and del.icio.us and the future of social bookmarking in this episode.

  • Facebook profiles v. groups v. pages
    • Profiles
      • Profiles are meant for individuals
      • Creating an organization or business profile is a violation of the Facebook terms of service
      • Profile friend requests have to be accepted one-by-one
      • What's the relationship status of your organization?
    • Groups
      • Groups are an extension of personal interaction; they are made of up individuals
      • Groups can be open, closed or private
      • Administrators can communicate with groups via email (up to 5000)
      • No Facebook applications
    • Pages 
      • Intended for a brand, product, organization, public figure, etc.
      • Individuals become "fans" not "friends"
      • Fans can interact on the fan page (post images, videos, etc.)
      • Can use Facebook applications
  • Social Bookmarking: is the practice of saving bookmarks to a public web site and describing them with tags. Tags are labels or keywords that can be applied to just about anything on the Internet. You register with a social bookmarking site, typically a free service, which lets you store bookmarks, add tags of your choice, and designate your individual bookmarks as public or private. You can search for resources by keyword, person, or popularity and see the public bookmarks, tags, and classification schemes that users have created and saved. They typically give you a little tool called a "bookmarklet" that is on your browser toolbar. When you get to a web site you like, you click on the tool, and it saves the bookmark into the web service.
 
 
 
 

Show Notes: Working Differently in Extension Podcast 001 - Facebook


NDSU Agriculture Communication web technology specialists Bob Bertsch and Julie Kuehl discuss privacy setting in Facebook in the inaugural episode of the Working Differently in Extension podcast.[Read More]
 
 
 
 
 

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