Category Archives: Apps

Next Generation Extension Webinar: Building Apps Using AppMakr

The Southeast Research and Extension Center will be hosting yet another fabulous Next Generation Extension opportunity for professional development….save the date and join us!!!  Building Apps Using AppMakr Jacie Milius January 13th @ 10:00 CT Conference Call Number: 888/820-1398 … Continue reading

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Removing Email Notifications from a Box@UNL Shared Folder

I love using Box as my go-to cloud storage and file sharing for work. Recently, my inbox has been flooded with emails from a shared folder. Sometimes these notifications can be very beneficial, but if you would like to turn off the … Continue reading

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Help us Grow Happy Orchard!

Originally posted on Kimmel Education & Research Center:
What is the best name for the Blue Orchard Mason Bee pictured below?  Let us know your thoughts while helping us support pollinators. Our blue bee (yes, it really does exist) is…

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Educational Remix – Utilizing Technology in the Classroom

To engage youth, I wanted to create an educational lesson with a different spin by incorporating digital media and technology into a healthy foods lesson… an Educational Remix for Trail Mix. The Beatrice Middle School FCS teacher invited me to … Continue reading

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Creating iMovies to Enhance Your Extension Program

Thanks to everyone who was able to watch the live version of the webinar today! We will be posting the recorded version soon. Let me know if you have any questions at all! Download the webinar slides by clicking the … Continue reading

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5 Ways Apps Users Organize Their Apps

Came across an interesting article this weekend on TechCrunch about how users organize their apps.  The really interesting part is that we as app developers might could use this information to determine the relevancy or engagement of the apps we … Continue reading

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“Nothing ventu…

“Nothing ventured, nothing gained”      Peter Wastholm Like many of you I proscrastinated way too long to do this–Blogging, this new way of communicating that is all the rage!  Wait, is it a fad or could it quite possibly be the … Continue reading

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