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Cooperative Extension Time to Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years

In this meeting, panelists will share their extension programming in this area and begin a discussion around how Cooperative Extension can embrace the innovations. Come with your questions and ideas for the conversation.

Topics in the report expected with adoption horizon of Four to Five Years include Internet of Things (IoT, in the report as Networked Objects) and Wearables as well as others. These two topics will be featured in this web meeting. Jeff Hino, Oregon State, has taken the lead in the Internet of Things community. Aaron Yoder, University of Nebraska -Lincoln Medical Center, has take the lead in the Wearable Technology community.

eXtension has been working with the New Media Consortium and the ECOP Innovation Task Force to create a Horizon Report for Cooperative Extension System to Prepare for the Future.

To Join this meeting about the Horizon Report: Cooperative Extension Edition --
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   Meeting ID: 512 771 814

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