Category Archives: Communication

Making Connections: Demonstrating Collaborations, Systems, and Complex Ideas with Interactive Tools

Thank you to those of you that joined us live on January 8th…but for those of you who were unable to join us, or those that did and just want a second look, here is the link to the video … Continue reading

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Incrementally Closer Hour by Hour, Day by Day

Saw this picture on LinkedIn yesterday.  The contents reflect the conversations I participated in at Fall Conference….so just sharing with everyone.  We discussed how some people focus on how many years they have been in a position/location….whereas others focus on … Continue reading

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Chris Pine Follows Me on Twitter!

Yep…you read that right….Chris Pine.  🙂  If you don’t know who Chris Pine is then you probably haven’t watched many movies lately.  Now while Chris Pine following me on Twitter did catch my attention, and on the surface was very … Continue reading

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Tableau Public

I’ve been using Tableau for almost five years now…it’s a cool tool for us data geeks! Tableau allows you to create excellent professional looking visualizations for all your data.  While the full version would be expensive for any of us … Continue reading

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+Email Accounts

Here’s a little tech tip for those of you working with online systems that require individual email accounts for every participant. Systems require unique email accounts in order to see each registrant as unique and to keep their records uniquely … Continue reading

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Focus on Your Glass Ball

Okay…that’s kind of a weird title for a blog…but it’s true.  Sometimes you are working in a world where you are juggling a lot of balls….but remember only one of the balls is a glass ball….the rest are rubber and … Continue reading

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Connecting Excellence in Extension to Disaster Education: What the NGE professional needs to know (but is likely already doing)

As Extension professionals, we should use the excellence indicators to guide our approaches to our work. If we’re in tune to these indicators, we’re also prepared for local emergencies and disasters that impact our communities and clients. Join this NGE … Continue reading

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