Category Archives: Delivery Strategies

How to Create FREE Google Feedback Forms

How do Google, Amazon and Microsoft obtain simple information whether their webpages are helpful? They ask a simple question: Was this information helpful? In a similar form I’m going to show you how to make, I’ve added a “comments” section. You … Continue reading

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Building Apps Using AppMkr

“Building Apps Using AppMkr” February 22nd, 9:00 a.m., at UNL East Campus Union, Columbine Room Next Generation Extension will be hosting Jacie Milius in a hands-on boot camp for building an app using AppMkr.  We will be in the Columbine … Continue reading

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Number 1 Way to Write Blog Title to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog

Do you agree with this following article on the number one way to drive more traffic to your blog? Have you tried it? Check the charts and information in this article and see if it works for you …

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Extension Master Gardener (EMG) Social Media Training Site

So sometimes things come from different angles….and that is awesome!  It helps us to triangulate the best path for us as individuals. This resource came from Terri James.  Extension Master Gardener (EMG) Social Media Training Site If you have questions, … Continue reading

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Social Media for Beginners Webinar

Recording link http://unoconnect.adobeconnect.com/p2y1aij71lg/ Join us on December 13th at 10:00 CT online at http://unoconnect.adobeconnect.com/unlunosocialmedia/ for this informative webinar hosted by Jeremy Harris Lipschultz, Isaacson Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha and Marc A. Smith from Connected Action Consulting Group.  Here’s … Continue reading

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Uberizing Extension?

This morning in the Chronicle of Higher Education, an article titled “When ‘Uberization’ Comes to Education” has me ubernervous/uberexcited!. If you weren’t aware of a new app called Uberstand, it’s okay, because I had never heard of it either.  According … Continue reading

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Are MOOC’s Forever?

Intriguing article yesterday in the Chronicle of Higher Education. In a nutshell…..Daphne Koller (co-founder of Coursera) in an interview told that Coursera had pulled down some of it’s initial courses, because they had found out that the new learner didn’t … Continue reading

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