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Snapchat Storytelling #EdTechLN TweetUp + Webinar Simulcast

You asked, and we listened! We're kicking off 2017 with a TweetUp and Webinar Simulcast focused on using Snapchat in Cooperative Extension. Join guest host Sonja Fuchs, Web Technology Specialist for NDSU Extension, to learn how others are currently using Snapchat in their work and share what you know!

Danae Wolfe, Ohio State University Extension Ed Tech Specialist, will host the special webinar simulcast to walk through Snapchat mobile app features and examples!

Want or need to know Snapchat basics prior to the TweetUp? Get prepped with info from this past summer's Snapchat AMA with EdTechLN co-leaders Paul Hill and Jamie Seger.

Ed Tech Learning Network Blog & Social Media:

Click here to visit the Ed Tech Learning Network blog and see the many ways you can get more involved and more engaged, including on social media:  

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