Tag Archives: University of Nebraska-Lincoln

How to Include MORE in a Shorter Email Signature

Your email signature serves as a mini billboard for you every time you send an email. However, I’m embarrassed to say my Office 365 email signature was beginning to look like a real billboard: Here’s how my new one looks, … Continue reading

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Do images attract your attention in social media?

Do images attract your attention in social media? You’re invited to a FREE webinar on “How to Use Images in Social Media Activities to Increase Engagement and Outreach” for the eXtension Learning Network on Nov. 5, 2014 at 2 pm … Continue reading

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Image Sizes, Uses and Sources Recommended for Social Media Campaigns

OK … so everyone is saying you should use more images in social media. But … what sizes do you use for optimum appearance? And, how do you get the part of the image you want to show into that little … 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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Adding a Pin It Button to Your Website

I just attended a webinar on Pinterest and the speaker suggested adding a “Pin it” button to any item on a website you wanted pinned. Here what I found when I researched how to do this. There are three easy … Continue reading

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Customized Mobile-Friendly Embedded Website Feedback Form

Want some quick, short feedback from a webpage? Try using an embedded, feedback form made with SurveyMonkey. Though I use Qualtrics for indepth surveys, I found I could only link to a Qualtrics survey, while I could display a SurveyMonkey … Continue reading

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The Future of the University and Extension?

One of the best articles I read this week was, 6 Ways Tech Will Change Education Forever:  Want to know what college will look like in 10, 20, 30 years? Here are six predictions from some of the brightest minds in … Continue reading

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How Can We Use Technology to Make a BIG Difference?

A great example of how leadership, technology and focusing on the consumer can lead to success! http://t.co/KjcsLwfEpa — Connie Reimers-Hild (@askdrconnie) October 15, 2013  

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Going Global: Extension is Online

I am actually participating in the first webinar in this eXtension series as I write this post.  UNL Extension’s Quality Assurance and Co-Parenting courses have both been used as examples (yeah!!).  There are also other great examples of how Extension … Continue reading

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Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium

Several weeks ago I attended the Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium presented by University of Nebraska Information Technology (UNIT) and University of Nebraska Online Worldwide (UNOW).  UNL Extension was well represented there, but in case you were not able … Continue reading

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