Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp

Mobile Web Applications for Everyone

Looking for a quick and easy way to to collect data or distribute information to the masses?  Mobile apps have become the tool of choice for many, yet development can be difficult and expensive.  This presentations will demonstrate how to … Continue reading

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Backwards Design

If you missed today’s session on backwards design, here is the link: https://youtu.be/YZAFehUI7aw

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Do I need an IRB review for this?

I know I have been in these conversations before….ones where we were discussing whether what we were doing was human subjects research or just assessment-based program improvement. As researchers we want to make sure that we are conducting research in … Continue reading

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Advanced Zoom Training

Thank you to those of you that joined us yesterday for Donald Robertson’s Advanced Zoom Training.  For those of you unable to join us, here is the link to the recording:  https://youtu.be/4EJl2VbF48Y If you would like to contact Donald for … Continue reading

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Using Backward Design & Authentic Learning to Build Curricula from Competencies

Join Next Generation Extension on June 11th at 10:00 AM CT at https://nebraskaextension.zoom.us/j/583999580 UNMC College of Public Health was faced with big changes in accreditation criteria and found the need to move from faculty-centered teaching and discipline-based content towards student-centered … Continue reading

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Marketing Extension Webinar

If you missed our webinar this month on Marketing Extension…here’s the link.  https://youtu.be/5v5LFVrp878

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Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium

I can not recommend this symposium enough for professional development within Extension.  If you are interested at all in using technology to reach new audiences or to learn about new technologies that other instructors have used…then this opportunity is for … Continue reading

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