Category Archives: technology
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
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
We know that pictures help us illustrate the points that we are making when we present materials in Extension. So, I wanted to quickly blog a new library that I just became aware of. Pics4Learning It has several collections, including … Continue reading
Microsoft OneNote is a powerful tool to organize instructional materials, utilize stylus-enabled devices to write notes, and disseminate materials between devices and to session participants. OneNote pages can include audio and video recordings, external videos, website links, pictures, text, file … Continue reading
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.
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