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eXtension Social Café

eXtension Social Café

eXtension Social Café
Every Thursday from March 26th - April 30th
1 PM - 2 PM ET
Available to All Cooperative Extension Professionals


The eXtension Social Café will provide a weekly opportunity for informal, drop-in conversations and questions about the effective use of social media and communications in Extension work. Each Social Café will open with a 5-15 minute “tutorial” of a tool or feature on commonly used social platforms, or a brief showcase of a Cooperative Extension employee who is using digital communications in innovative and effective ways. The remainder of the time will be devoted to sharing, discussion and Q&A. 

Hosted by Rose Hayden-Smith @Rose Hayden-Smith , PhD, Technology in Extension Education Fellow

Dr. Hayden-Smith has most recently served as a Cooperative Extension advisor in Digital Communications in Food Systems & Extension for the University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources. She’s the editor of the UC Food Observer, a communications platform in support of UC’s Global Food Initiative.

She previously led the 4-H and Master Gardener programs in Ventura County, where she also served as the first female director of Extension. Hayden-Smith was also the leader for UC ANR’s statewide initiative in sustainable food systems. She is a practicing historian and has published extensively about gardens as a civic enterprise in America.  She was a Kellogg Food and Society Policy Fellow, advocating for a new Victory Garden movement.

Her book, “Sowing the Seeds of Victory: American Gardening Programs of World War 1”, published by McFarland, was released in spring 2014.

Hosted by Rose Hayden-Smith, PhD, Technology in Extension Education Fellow

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Aaron Weibe posted:

@Erin Knowles - they are posted on the calendar in the Extension Response & Resources for Extension Professionals Working Online group. Here is a direct link to that calendar item - https://connect.extension.org/...ension-social-cafe-1

They are every Thursday, same time and place, until April 30th. The connection details are in the post above and in the calendar item. 

Thanks so much. I was looking in the wrong place (and wrong group!). I'll eventually figure things out. Thanks again! 

@Erin Knowles - they are posted on the calendar in the Extension Response & Resources for Extension Professionals Working Online group. Here is a direct link to that calendar item - https://connect.extension.org/...ension-social-cafe-1

They are every Thursday, same time and place, until April 30th. The connection details are in the post above and in the calendar item. 

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