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Infographic Inspiration

A panel webinar hosted by the ACE Publishing and Graphic Design learning community

As you wind down the year and think ahead to new ideas and projects for 2016, join us for an Infographic Inspiration discussion.

Panelists will share their experience creating infographics for use in Extension, example projects, and tips/advice. We’ll leave plenty of time for questions, answers, and discussion.

Panelists:
  • Donna Bowen, Clemson University
  • C. Bruce Dupree, Alabama Cooperative Extension System
  • Jamie Seger, Ohio State University Extension
Moderator: Jennifer Alexander, Oregon State University

This webinar will be offered via WebEx, a web conferencing system. Connection instructions:
  • Click the session link (see "location" link above).
  • A sign-in box will pop up. Type your name as you wish it to appear in the meeting.
  • Enter your email address, and click "join."
  • Click "connect to audio" to join the audio conference.
  • Choose "start my video" if you want to use your webcam (other attendees will be able to see you).
  • Use the chat panel to communicate with others in the meeting.
The session will be recorded.

The session is geared toward ACE members (professional communicators) but open to all.

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