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NeVC: Leveraging the Educational Potential of Online Networks

Leveraging the Educational Potential of Online Networks--This interactive session will encourage discussions around how we have worked in the past, how we are working now, and how people use online networks to communicate, learn, and work. Specifically, we will be investigating effective ways of working, challenges in the workplace, learning, communicating and sharing within and outside of Extension. We will also discuss the participants' observations in changes in their own and others' way of working and communicating. We will discuss how leveraging the connections and acquired knowledge made through networks strengthens personal and organizational performance. [Anne Adrian & Karen Jeannette, eXtension]

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