Tag Archives: blogging

tl;dr (too long; didn’t read)

Great article this morning in the Chronicle of Higher Education.  I would have to say that I’ve seen this happening as well with my program participants, families (we all know what’s happening with those newsletters), colleagues, and admittedly, myself.  Are … Continue reading

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Translating the Value of Extension Scholarship

A huge thank you to Eric Stafne (Mississippi State) for his presentation this morning on our Next Generation Extension webinar series.  His topic, Translating the Value of Extension Scholarship, was very intriguing and will help extension staff start the process … Continue reading

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6 Questions to Drive Your Social Media Strategy

Is Extension ready for a social media transformation?  How can we become a conversational brand? One of our fearless leaders, Dr. Susan Williams, likes to ask the question, “What does success look like?”  (Hint:  This is one of the 6 … Continue reading

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Reblogging

Ok … the first time it was an accident when I reblogged today. I was just clicking on buttons on Lindsay Chichester’s Blog. The second time, it was on purpose as it seemed a cool way to promote friends’ blogs … Continue reading

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Dairy Carrie blog – a great place to look for simple, effective blogging topics

Struggling with what to include in a blog? I subscribe to Dairy Carrie, the tales of a dairywoman (and her farming husband). I really enjoy the simple agriculture and livestock lessons she teaches through photos, video, and text – all … Continue reading

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Social Media for Extension

There are a variety of social media tools-each with specific uses and each with different groups of clientele users.  Social media to many Extension faculty seems overwhelming, time-consuming, and confusing as to how it can fit in the workplace. At … 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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