Category Archives: technology
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
If you’re new to the Extension system or even if you have been around for a while….Extension Life Hacks is just for you. Join Next Generation Extension on Tuesday December 12th for a webinar consisting of a series of quick … Continue reading
There was a great “article” in the Chronicle of Higher Education this morning. I say “article” because the “article” essentially is an embedded video on their website. 🙂 Anyway, in this “article” Goldie Blumenstyk is interviewing Marty Ringle, chief information … Continue reading