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2011 eXtension National CoP Workshop

Live from Louisville, keynotes and selected sessions. Details at

Tuesday, June 28th
8:00AM – 9:15AM General Session Keynote: eXtending Our Efforts: Leveraging and Measuring Social Media with Jason Falls
9:30AM- 10:15AM Success Factors for Developing Your eXtension CoP Social Media Strategy
10:45AM -11:30AM Follow Your Living Stream of Social Networking Contributions: The real time Web
11:45AM -12:30PM Redefine, Rediscover, Re-energize – Content Evaluation and Management Using Google Analytics
1:15PM – 2:15PM General Session NIFA Grant Opportunities with Greg Crosby

Wednesday, June 29th
8:00AM – 9:15AM General Session Keynote: General Session with Michele Payn-Knoper
9:30AM- 10:15AM Marketing to Promote Extension’s Online Resources
10:45AM -11:30AM Successful Strategies for Scholarship, Peer Review and Recognition in a COP
11:45AM -12:30PM Engaging Academic Faculty Members in Creating eXtension Content
1:30PM – 2:15PM Reporting CoP Evaluation Results
2:30PM – 3:15PM Building evaluation into extension programming: If you aim at nothing you hit it each time.
3:45PM – 4:30PM Web Conferencing Best Practices
2:30PM – 3:15PM Building Online Content to Last
3:45PM – 4:30PM Taking Control of your Web Conferencing Needs

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