Movin’, movin’, movin’ – So much to do

Moving DayWell, I am down to my last hour working for the University of Wyoming Extension. I am on my way to Jamestown, NY. In preparation for the move, I have been focusing on making the transition as smooth as possible. Even though I have moved a number of times in the past, it is always a chore. However, technology has made this move a little easier while at the same time created more things to do. Continue reading

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What’s up, JOE? – Julie Tritz from West Virginia University


In this episode of What’s up, JOE?, Bob Bertsch and I talked with Julie Tritz from West Virginia University about her recent article in the Journal of Extension called  Participatory Research: A Tool for Extension Educators. Continue reading

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Getting more out of Learn.extension.org

ClapboardThis morning Jerry Buchko and I had a wonderful session with Beth Raney from Penn State University talking about Learn.extension.org. We discussed a number of topics including what learn.extension.org was, why we should use it, and how we could leverage it more. I want to focus on how to leverage it more for Extension. Continue reading

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Extension Tech Roundtable – Beth Raney from Penn State University


In this episode of the Extension Tech Roundtable, Jerry Buchko and I talked with Beth Raney from Penn State University about  learn.extension.org and how Extension educators and specialists can use it to gain larger audiences. Continue reading

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Season your digital content

Seasons (1)If you are looking for a post on how to spice up your digital content, I am afraid your will be disappointed. As a continuation of yesterday’s post, I am going to offer a suggestion for breathing new life into your digital content that is just sitting online.  Continue reading

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