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This is the powerpoint I have developed to assist the social media panel for the NCCES 2010 Virtual Conference.

This is the powerpoint I have developed to assist the social media panel for the NCCES 2010 Virtual Conference.

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  • 1. Putting Social Media Into Practice Panel Discussion led by Kyleen Burgess Information Management Agent, Region 3
  • 2. Panel Members
  • 3. Warren County Extension
    • Erin Bain
    • 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent
    • Rachel Monteverdi
    • Family Consumer Science Agent
  • 4. Warren County Facebook Page
    • Search Warren County Extension in the Facebook Search function.
  • 5. Warren County Extension Twitter Page
    • http://twitter.com/WarrenCo_NC_Ext
  • 6. Washington County Extension
    • Rebecca Liverman
    • County Extension Director and 4-H Youth Development Agent
  • 7. Washington County 4-H Facebook Page
    • Search for Washington County 4-H in Facebook search
  • 8. Martin County Extension
    • J.B. Coletrain
    • County Extension Director, Cotton, Farm Management and Community Development
  • 9. JB’s Twitter Page
    • http://twitter.com/jbcoltrain
  • 10. Martin County’s Other Ag Agent – Al Cochran
    • http://twitter.com/BigAL1952
  • 11. Mills River (formally known as Fletcher)
    • Dr. Jeanine M. Davis
    • Associate Professor and
    • Extension Specialist
    • (Horticulture Science)
  • 12. Jeanine’s Facebook page
    • http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1442912228&ref=ts
  • 13. Jeanine’s Twitter Page
    • http://twitter.com/jeanineNCSU
  • 14. NC Alternative Crops and Organics Blog
    • http://ncalternativecropsandorganics.blogspot.com/
  • 15. Department of 4-H Youth Development and FCS
    • Dr. Benjamin Chapman
    • Assistant Professor
    • Food Safety Specialist
  • 16. Barf Blog
    • http://barfblog.foodsafety.ksu.edu/barfblog
  • 17. Food Safety Info Sheets Blog
    • http://foodsafetyinfosheets.blogspot.com/
  • 18. Ben’s Twitter Page
    • http://twitter.com/benjaminchapman
  • 19. Panel Discussion
  • 20. How has your use of social media impacted your programming audience?
  • 21. What do you like most about using social media in your program?
  • 22. What do you like least about using social media in your program?
  • 23. How often do you update your social media effort(s)?
  • 24. What made you use social media?
  • 25. Who is responsible for updating your social media effort?
  • 26. How much time do you spend working with social media?
  • 27. Why do you think it is important for Extension workers to utilize social media?
  • 28. What impacts do you forsee, if we don’t use these new tools?
  • 29. Most of us think about using social media to get information out to our audiences. What have you learned by listening to your audiences via social media?
  • 30. QUESTIONS FROM THE FLOOR

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