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NeVC: Adapting Enterprise 2.0 for Extension System

Adapting Enterprise 2.0 for Extension System-- Enterprise 2.0 concepts are based on the adoption of Web 2.0 technologies by organizations. However the focus is not as much on how to use the technology, but rather what technology tools help with contemporary organizational structure and change. The session is targeted to Extension professionals that have tried new technology tools and are ready to better understand how they impact Extension work. We use a series of reaction questions to reflect and discuss how Enterprise 2.0 relates to our internal organization structure and how we engage with clientele. [Jerry Thomas, Kara Newby, Andy Kleinschmidt, Mark Light & Emily Rhoades, Ohio State University]

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