Know how. Know now.    Front Door Forum 2012There’s an App for Extension!               Dennis Kahl UNL Extension Educator...
Know how. Know now.A sharing session    UNL Apps    Useable Apps for Extension    Communications Apps    Gadgets    C...
Know how. Know now.What are Mobile Devices?   GPS – in cars, tractors, combines, trucks   PDA’s (personal digital assist...
Know how. Know now.Types of Mobile Devices   Tablets
Know how. Know now.Types of Mobile Devices   E-Readers      Wifi, somewhat proprietary
Know how. Know now.What can Mobile devices be used for?   social media like Facebook, Youtube, Linked-    in,Twitter, Pin...
Know how. Know now.Mobile transactions
Know how. Know now.UNL Smartphone Apps
Know how. Know now.State Fair 4-H   Second year for this App with several new features      Video      Photo search    ...
Know how. Know now.
Know how. Know now.Lots of other apps   Communications   Weather   Browse   Social Media   Remote Access   Productiv...
Know how. Know now.Apple TV   Equipment needed      Apple TV, HDMI cable, Ethernet to Internet connection,       project...
Know how. Know now.Apple TV• $99.00 Cost
Know how. Know now.Photo Apps   TourWrist – Panoramic motion   DMD – Panoramic   Instagram – social connections   Flic...
Know how. Know now.Mac Photostream   Set up Photo stream on    ipad or iphone and in    iPhoto on a Mac and a    photo ta...
Know how. Know now.Reflection   Allows iphone, ipad, ipad touch, android to be    viewed on computer desktop.   Software...
Know how. Know now.RemotesSeveral apps are available that work as a remote tomove slides in a presentation and view your n...
Know how. Know now.Screen Captures - Videos   Jing and Snag it are economical choices for    capturing screen shot videos...
Know how. Know now.IPevo Document Camera   An economical way to snap quality photos or use to    take videos of plant and...
Know how. Know now.Stream Live   uStream.tv      Set up account      Name Channel      Click & Go Live on mobile devic...
Know how. Know now.Voice Over IPSave money on office phone bills or your own cellphone minutes. Skype Whistle Magic Jack
Know how. Know now.The CLOUD - Dropbox.com   Any files you save to dropbox are available    immediately at any device.  ...
Know how. Know now.The CLOUD! - Google Drive   Drive.google.com   Establish User Account with your email address   Capa...
Know how. Know now.Google Drive (formerly Docs)
Know how. Know now.Blogs – Share your uniqueinformation regularly   Wordpress.com   Wordpress.org   Blogspot.com
Know how. Know now.Managing Social Media   There are so many social media tools out there and    how do you manage to kee...
Know how. Know now.Go experience Twitter Twubs.com  A website where you do not need to sign in to     observe    Choose...
Know how. Know now.Trello   Tool that organizes projects into boards   Great collaborative tool within office or team
Know how. Know now.Guidebook• An app that allows  participants to connect to  an app• Set it up on computer and  share via...
Know how. Know now.Anyone have an App to share?
Know how. Know now.What can you imagine mobiledevices helping you to do in thefuture?
Know how. Know now.       Front Door Forum 2012There’s an App for Extension!               Dennis Kahl UNL Extension Educa...
Know how. Know now.Extension is a Division of the Institute of Agricultureand Natural Resources at the University of Nebra...
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  • Since the first major tablet arrived less than 3 years ago, we’ve seen more and more waysthat mobile devices can be used in extension and in extension offices. Let’s check some of them out. Talking Larry the Bird on next slide.
  • Talking Larry -Good morning everyone. Welcome to the Smartphone Session. (if there is such a thing!)I'm so excited to accompany Dennis here to share some ways that the mobile tools you keep seeing advertised on TV can be used.Excuse me, breakfast was a long tie ago! I could sing for you now! Anyway, Dennis... take it away!Today we have several knowledgeable people here to share some of the apps that are out there for smartphones and tablets. Namely DROID and iPhones.Excuse me, I need a little bite to eat to keep my energy level up this early in the morning.Ahh! Now I feel better. I think I could sing for you now, want to hear me?Anyway, these guys really want to hear from you as to what kind of app you would see useful on the farm.So sit tight and let’s see what they know!
  • But first, let’s review some of the mobile devices out there. The first smartphones were devices that mainly combined the functions of a personal digital assistant (PDA )like a Palm Pilot or IPod and a mobile phone or camera phone. Today's models also serve to combine the functions of portable media players, low-end compactdigital cameras, pocket video cameras, and GPS navigation units. Modern smartphones typically also include high-resolution touchscreens, web browsers that can access and properly display standard web pages rather than just mobile-optimized sites, and high-speed data access via Wi-Fi and mobile broadband.One of the most significant differences of feature phones is that the advanced application programming interfaces (APIs) on smartphones for running third-party applications[4] can allow those applications to have better integration with the phone's OS and hardware than is typical with feature phones.The most common mobile operating systems (OS) used by modern smartphones include Apple'siOS, Google's Android, Microsoft's Windows Phone, Nokia's Symbian, RIM'sBlackBerry OS, and embedded Linux distributions such as Maemo and MeeGo. Such operating systems can be installed on many different phone models, and typically each device can receive multiple OS software updates over its lifetime.Types of mobile devices- smartphones (blackberry, droid, iphone, slide phones, etc.- tablets, iPad, Sony______, hp _______,-e-readers , nook, kindle, etc.- GPS/GIS- cameras
  • But first, let’s review some of the mobile devices out there. The first smartphones were devices that mainly combined the functions of a personal digital assistant (PDA )like a Palm Pilot or IPod and a mobile phone or camera phone. Today's models also serve to combine the functions of portable media players, low-end compactdigital cameras, pocket video cameras, and GPS navigation units. Modern smartphones typically also include high-resolution touchscreens, web browsers that can access and properly display standard web pages rather than just mobile-optimized sites, and high-speed data access via Wi-Fi and mobile broadband.One of the most significant differences of feature phones is that the advanced application programming interfaces (APIs) on smartphones for running third-party applications[4] can allow those applications to have better integration with the phone's OS and hardware than is typical with feature phones.The most common mobile operating systems (OS) used by modern smartphones include Apple'siOS, Google's Android, Microsoft's Windows Phone, Nokia's Symbian, RIM'sBlackBerry OS, and embedded Linux distributions such as Maemo and MeeGo. Such operating systems can be installed on many different phone models, and typically each device can receive multiple OS software updates over its lifetime.Types of mobile devices- smartphones (blackberry, droid, iphone, slide phones, etc.- tablets, iPad, Sony______, hp _______,-e-readers , nook, kindle, etc.- GPS/GIS- cameras
  • One of the most significant differences of feature phones is that the advanced application programming interfaces (APIs) on smartphones for running third-party applications[4] can allow those applications to have better integration with the phone's OS and hardware than is typical with feature phones.The most common mobile operating systems (OS) used by modern smartphones include Apple'siOS, Google's Android, Microsoft's Windows Phone, Nokia's Symbian, RIM'sBlackBerry OS, and embedded Linux distributions such as Maemo and MeeGo. Such operating systems can be installed on many different phone models, and typically each device can receive multiple OS software updates over its lifetime.Types of mobile devices- smartphones (blackberry, droid, iphone, slide phones, etc.- tablets, iPad, Sony______, hp _______,-e-readers , nook, kindle, etc.- GPS/GIS- cameras
  • What can they be used for?- social media like facebook, youtube, linkd-in, twitter, pinterest- cameras for sharing photos and videos- taking notes- keeping records- games/entertainment-searching for information
  • UNL Smartphone AppsCareer ExplorerGrowit-knowitUNL Aphid scout - #1 agricultural appUNL CASNRmyUNLextensionmbyf – UNL Backyard FarmerMarket journal
  • Examples of Ag AppsFarm Progress Growing Degree CalculatorSoilWebTurfMgmtLeafsnapHDGrowing Degree DaysN PriceTrue Local – Shopping for food through cooperativeBeef ProducerArcGIS by esri
  • Since the first major tablet arrived less than 3 years ago, we’ve seen more and more waysthat mobile devices can be used in extension and in extension offices. Let’s check some of them out. Talking Larry the Bird on next slide.
  • There's an App for Extension 2012

    1. 1. Know how. Know now. Front Door Forum 2012There’s an App for Extension! Dennis Kahl UNL Extension Educator – Seward County dkahl1@unl.edu Blog: Tips for Innovative Communities extensioneducate.wordpress.com
    2. 2. Know how. Know now.A sharing session  UNL Apps  Useable Apps for Extension  Communications Apps  Gadgets  Cloud
    3. 3. Know how. Know now.What are Mobile Devices? GPS – in cars, tractors, combines, trucks PDA’s (personal digital assistant) Palm, HP, iPod Feature phones – so far mostly proprietary  Slides, search, email  LG Voyager, Motorola Krave Smartphones  Allow non-propriety apps to work  Droid, iPhone, Blackberry
    4. 4. Know how. Know now.Types of Mobile Devices Tablets
    5. 5. Know how. Know now.Types of Mobile Devices E-Readers  Wifi, somewhat proprietary
    6. 6. Know how. Know now.What can Mobile devices be used for? social media like Facebook, Youtube, Linked- in,Twitter, Pinterest cameras for sharing photos and videos taking notes keeping records games/entertainment searching for information portable transactions
    7. 7. Know how. Know now.Mobile transactions
    8. 8. Know how. Know now.UNL Smartphone Apps
    9. 9. Know how. Know now.State Fair 4-H Second year for this App with several new features  Video  Photo search  News streams via Twitter  Map of Grounds  Search several ways for 4-H projects or members
    10. 10. Know how. Know now.
    11. 11. Know how. Know now.Lots of other apps Communications Weather Browse Social Media Remote Access Productivity Lifestyle Photos News – LJS, USA Today, AppAdvice Dropbox & Evernote
    12. 12. Know how. Know now.Apple TV Equipment needed  Apple TV, HDMI cable, Ethernet to Internet connection, projector or TV with HDMI port Connect all parts and with small remote use right arrow key to move over to Settings and select. Select General and airplay or network Configure your WiFi key, enter iTunes ID and password Press Save Now you can project by selecting the source on projector or TV that has HDMI cable Double click Menu button on ipad or iphone and slide menu to right and you will be connected.
    13. 13. Know how. Know now.Apple TV• $99.00 Cost
    14. 14. Know how. Know now.Photo Apps TourWrist – Panoramic motion DMD – Panoramic Instagram – social connections Flickr, Shutterfly, Kodak and other apps
    15. 15. Know how. Know now.Mac Photostream Set up Photo stream on ipad or iphone and in iPhoto on a Mac and a photo taken on phone, ipad or ipod will stream to all devices.
    16. 16. Know how. Know now.Reflection Allows iphone, ipad, ipad touch, android to be viewed on computer desktop. Software is available for both Windows and Mac operating systems. Cost: $14.99
    17. 17. Know how. Know now.RemotesSeveral apps are available that work as a remote tomove slides in a presentation and view your notes onthe mobile device. iClickr eClicker Mouse Lite Remote LogMeIn
    18. 18. Know how. Know now.Screen Captures - Videos Jing and Snag it are economical choices for capturing screen shot videos to place in movie format in presentations. Demonstration on inserting video into powerpoints.
    19. 19. Know how. Know now.IPevo Document Camera An economical way to snap quality photos or use to take videos of plant and insect samples brought into extension office IPevo 2 Point 2 View  $69.00
    20. 20. Know how. Know now.Stream Live uStream.tv  Set up account  Name Channel  Click & Go Live on mobile device or laptop.  Contains Social Media options Justin.tv YouTube.com Adobe Connect -
    21. 21. Know how. Know now.Voice Over IPSave money on office phone bills or your own cellphone minutes. Skype Whistle Magic Jack
    22. 22. Know how. Know now.The CLOUD - Dropbox.com Any files you save to dropbox are available immediately at any device. Set up a dropbox account for your office and establish folders to share data, photos, files, etc. Great for projects and collaborating.
    23. 23. Know how. Know now.The CLOUD! - Google Drive Drive.google.com Establish User Account with your email address Capabilities to share files or work on files live from anyplace Create forms Create documents, presentations, spreadsheets Use Picasa to stream photos to website Create websites and wikis with templates
    24. 24. Know how. Know now.Google Drive (formerly Docs)
    25. 25. Know how. Know now.Blogs – Share your uniqueinformation regularly Wordpress.com Wordpress.org Blogspot.com
    26. 26. Know how. Know now.Managing Social Media There are so many social media tools out there and how do you manage to keep them all updated or view them all.  Hoot Suite  TweetDeck
    27. 27. Know how. Know now.Go experience Twitter Twubs.com  A website where you do not need to sign in to observe  Choose a favorite hobby, subject, book, movie and type that into the hashtag # space with no spaces and see what you find going on.  Join #agchat or #foodchat from 7-9 on Tues evenings to experience a convo.
    28. 28. Know how. Know now.Trello Tool that organizes projects into boards Great collaborative tool within office or team
    29. 29. Know how. Know now.Guidebook• An app that allows participants to connect to an app• Set it up on computer and share via Social Media to mobile devices
    30. 30. Know how. Know now.Anyone have an App to share?
    31. 31. Know how. Know now.What can you imagine mobiledevices helping you to do in thefuture?
    32. 32. Know how. Know now. Front Door Forum 2012There’s an App for Extension! Dennis Kahl UNL Extension Educator – Seward County dkahl1@unl.edu Blog: Tips for Innovative Communities extensioneducate.wordpress.com
    33. 33. Know how. Know now.Extension is a Division of the Institute of Agricultureand Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln cooperating with the Counties and the UnitedStates Department of Agriculture.University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension educationalprograms abide with the nondiscrimination policies ofthe University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the UnitedStates Department of Agriculture.

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