Category Archives: Scholarship/Creative Work

Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium

The much awaiting spring Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium just announced their conference lineup today!  The conference will be held on May 8th at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln, NE.  This conference has proven itself as a very helpful … Continue reading

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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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Data Visualization Webinar

Laura Thompson is an Ag Technologies Extension Educator and a Coordinator for the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network. In her eXtension Fellowship she has been exploring methods of effective data visualization using case studies from the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network. In … Continue reading

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Recording of Nebraska Consumer Beliefs about Our Food Supply Webinar

View video of Consumer Beliefs about Our Food Supply by Rob Eirich, Nebraska Extension Educator Download copy of NASIS Food survey whose results are discussed in the video. Download PDF copy of slides: Consumer Confidence In Their Food Supply Handout View 2016 IFIC National … 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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Tuesday’s NGE Webinar: Back to the Basics: Human Subjects Regulations and the IRB

Back to the Basics: Human Subjects Regulations and the IRB Presented by Becky Freeman Obtaining IRB approval or a not human subjects research determination is an important step when conducting human subjects research and program evaluation. Not having IRB approval … Continue reading

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Completion Paradox

I’m still pondering an article I read in yesterday morning’s Chronicle of Higher Education….”For Students Taking Online Courses, a Completion Paradox“.  The article explains that research conducted on online post-secondary courses suggests that while students may receive a lower grade in an … Continue reading

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