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From Innovation to Impact
January 13, 2016
Anne Mims Adrian PhD, Director of Programs
What’s New?
Member based model
39 Premium member institutions
19 Basic member institutions
Governed by Board of Directors
...
What we will do
Increase CES professionals’
effectiveness in addressing issues of
importance
Foster innovation in developi...
4
(Pictured from left to right)
Dennis Calvin, Pennsylvania State University, Chair
Jason Henderson, Purdue University
Dou...
We believe
Extension professionals are catalysts
for putting research-based knowledge
into action
5
We believe
We can increase Extension
professionals’ ability to deliver a
visible and measureable impact,
locally and syste...
How we will do it
By helping agents, educators,
faculty and specialists do their work
more effectively and efficiently
usi...
How exactly
i-Three issue corps
New methods for addressing critical
issues
i-Three innovation lab
Exploring applications i...
Communities
Led by Ashley Griffin
Role of Communities
Continue their vital role
Be an integral part of the i-Three
strategy
Work in the Lab
Be part of the C...
i-Three Corps
Led by Terry Meisenbach and LuAnn Phillips
Pilot Strategy
Engage all Extension professionals
(educators, agents, faculty, specialists)
Strengthen their effectiveness...
i-Three IssueCorps
Educators, agents, faculty and
specialists selected from member
institutions
Individuals and teams maki...
eXtension will provide
• observers, consultants and mentors
• a variety of networking events
• professional development
op...
i-Three Issue Corps
~120 members and 70 projects
Selection has been completed
Teams and individuals working in
climate and...
i-Three Lab
Led Jerry Thomas and Ivelin Denev
Fellows
17
Makers
P. Hill, Utah State University
Citizen Science
K. Stofer, University of Florida
Internet of Things
J. Hi...
Innovation Projects
18
Mapping
S.Bradt, University of New Hampshire
Personalized Learning
G. Shelle, Michigan State Univer...
Innovation Projects
19
Spark Lab
M. Light, Ohio State University
Forest Farming Citizen Science
J. Munsell, Virginia Tech
...
Join the Lab!
Call for Fellows and Call for
Innovation Projects from Premium
Member Institutions
in early 2016
20
i-Three Rapid Solutions
Led by Craig Wood and Nick Broady
See Solutions!
10-20 Rapid Solutions with i-
Three Corps Members
March-August 2016
23
Professional Development
Led by Larry Lippke and Beth Raney
Opportunities
Impact Training Course
https://extension.org/impact-statement-reporting/
Climate Literacy
Edtech Learning Ne...
National eXtension Conference
#NeXC2016
March 22-25 -- in San Antonio
Workshops and Knowledge Cafes rather
than presentati...
Next Steps
~January -- Encourage your
professionals to apply for a funded
Innovation Fellowship or Project (for
premium me...
extension.org
From Innovation to Impact
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Winter School 2016: From Innovation to Impact
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University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Winter School 2016: From Innovation to Impact

  1. 1. From Innovation to Impact January 13, 2016 Anne Mims Adrian PhD, Director of Programs
  2. 2. What’s New? Member based model 39 Premium member institutions 19 Basic member institutions Governed by Board of Directors Different organization structure Focus on Cooperative Extension 2
  3. 3. What we will do Increase CES professionals’ effectiveness in addressing issues of importance Foster innovation in developing solutions and methods of work Advance the measurable impact of their work for the public good3
  4. 4. 4 (Pictured from left to right) Dennis Calvin, Pennsylvania State University, Chair Jason Henderson, Purdue University Doug Steele, Texas A&M University Fred Schlutt, University of Alaska, Secretary Vernon Jones, Langston University, Vice Chair/Treasurer (Not pictured) Jane Clary Loveless, ex-officio, non-voting, USDA-NIFA Jane Schuchardt, ex-officio, non-voting, ECOP Board of Directors
  5. 5. We believe Extension professionals are catalysts for putting research-based knowledge into action 5
  6. 6. We believe We can increase Extension professionals’ ability to deliver a visible and measureable impact, locally and system wide 6
  7. 7. How we will do it By helping agents, educators, faculty and specialists do their work more effectively and efficiently using people, resources and tools within the Cooperative Extension System 7
  8. 8. How exactly i-Three issue corps New methods for addressing critical issues i-Three innovation lab Exploring applications in Extension i-Three rapid solutions Prototyping and professional development for fast, effective impact 8
  9. 9. Communities Led by Ashley Griffin
  10. 10. Role of Communities Continue their vital role Be an integral part of the i-Three strategy Work in the Lab Be part of the Corps Develop rapid solutions Use, and help create, new tools and services10
  11. 11. i-Three Corps Led by Terry Meisenbach and LuAnn Phillips
  12. 12. Pilot Strategy Engage all Extension professionals (educators, agents, faculty, specialists) Strengthen their effectiveness, modeling the use of new resources, tools and methods Focus on issues, in partnership with existing Extension efforts, to facilitate new ways of problem solving 12
  13. 13. i-Three IssueCorps Educators, agents, faculty and specialists selected from member institutions Individuals and teams making a measurable impact on issues related to climate and food systems in 2016 13
  14. 14. eXtension will provide • observers, consultants and mentors • a variety of networking events • professional development opportunities focusing on finding innovative approaches to increase impact • new tools 14
  15. 15. i-Three Issue Corps ~120 members and 70 projects Selection has been completed Teams and individuals working in climate and food systems Expand greatly number and issues in 201715
  16. 16. i-Three Lab Led Jerry Thomas and Ivelin Denev
  17. 17. Fellows 17 Makers P. Hill, Utah State University Citizen Science K. Stofer, University of Florida Internet of Things J. Hino, Oregon State University
  18. 18. Innovation Projects 18 Mapping S.Bradt, University of New Hampshire Personalized Learning G. Shelle, Michigan State University Micro Learning H. Whittaker, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Virtual Communication B. Koch, B. Bertsch, North Dakota State University
  19. 19. Innovation Projects 19 Spark Lab M. Light, Ohio State University Forest Farming Citizen Science J. Munsell, Virginia Tech Virtual Reality J. Peutz, B. Cleveley, L. Wahl, U. Idaho Mobile App H. Rader, University of Alaska Augmented Reality H. Wallace, E. Tipton, U. Tennessee
  20. 20. Join the Lab! Call for Fellows and Call for Innovation Projects from Premium Member Institutions in early 2016 20
  21. 21. i-Three Rapid Solutions Led by Craig Wood and Nick Broady
  22. 22. See Solutions! 10-20 Rapid Solutions with i- Three Corps Members March-August 2016 23
  23. 23. Professional Development Led by Larry Lippke and Beth Raney
  24. 24. Opportunities Impact Training Course https://extension.org/impact-statement-reporting/ Climate Literacy Edtech Learning Network http://www.extedtechs.org/ Showcase Extension programs Technology Applications Others25
  25. 25. National eXtension Conference #NeXC2016 March 22-25 -- in San Antonio Workshops and Knowledge Cafes rather than presentations 71 proposals; ~40 accepted The NEW eXtension’s NEW National Conference conference.extension.org 26
  26. 26. Next Steps ~January -- Encourage your professionals to apply for a funded Innovation Fellowship or Project (for premium members) March 22-25 -- Join us for our first i-Three event in San Antonio conference.extension.org27
  27. 27. extension.org From Innovation to Impact

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