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Session about using Technology in Extension presented at the 2010 NCAEFCS meeting in Winston-Salem, NC on August 4, 2010.

Session about using Technology in Extension presented at the 2010 NCAEFCS meeting in Winston-Salem, NC on August 4, 2010.

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2010 NCAEFCS State Meeting Technology Session 2010 NCAEFCS State Meeting Technology Session Presentation Transcript

  • flickr.com/webwalker Using Technology in Extension John Dorner Information Management Agent
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  • Use the right tools http://www.flickr.com/photos/geishaboy500/100043823/
  • Learn the tools! flickr.com/thinkpanama
  • Your Browser Start Page(s)
  • Feed (RSS) Readers
  • Use E-Mail filters  
  • Instant Messaging
  • Web Conferencing Centra Adobe Connect Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/plutor/
  • Collaborate smarter
  • File Sharing flickr.com/sfcamerawork
  • Photo/Video Sharing
  • Blogs & Microblogs photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/conformpdx
  • Podcasts flickr.com/jschneid
  • Texting flickr.com/jswaby
  • Use your network to filter flickr.com/aafromaa
  • Social Networking
  • Google Alerts
  • Keep re-tuning your filters Rethink your tools Rethink your methods
  • Stay curious flickr.com/jerobins
  • Prioritize
      • Put what's important first
      • Schedule what is important
      • Learn to just say "NO"
      • Turn off e-mail notifications
      • Realize that you can't read it all
  • flickr.com/zunami Relax & have fun!