Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp

Summer Melt

Great article this morning in the Chronicle of Higher Education on Summer Melt (link to the article). In Extension it’s not our direct mission to change the summer melt issue…but yet, my hypothesis is that Extension probably could be a … Continue reading

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Automating Social Media

If you missed today’s webinar on Automating Social Media, taught by John Porter….you’re in luck….I remembered to record it! Here’s the link to the PDF.

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10 Easy Strategies for Boosting Student Engagement

Just received an email announcing this webinar to boost student engagement.  The webinar will be held on March 8th at 11:30 – 1:00 CT.  For more information and to register Click Here.

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Paradigm Shifts in Education/Workforce Development

I read a very diverse range of materials…and today while I’m not registered to participate in the SXSWedu conference in Austin, I was perusing the conference agenda and the session information.  I found it interesting that several representatives from the … Continue reading

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Google Phone

Here is a link to the webinar from earlier today on how to use Google Phone.  Unfortunately, I forgot to hit record right away…but at least you can see the part where he talks about how to actually implement it’s … Continue reading

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Automating Social media: Tips, Tricks, Do’s, and Don’ts

Trying to manage multiple social media sites for your work (or personal) life?  It can be time-consuming and overwhelming to get posts on multiple sites, but there are automation tools to help kill multiple birds with one stone with just … Continue reading

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Intentionality

For decades when the weather turned cold I would have one recurring dream….that time was running out, I needed to wake up, it was time to break ice for the cattle.  🙂 Last night though that dream changed.  I still … Continue reading

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