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The Next 5 Years: Extension's Top Opportunities #EdTechLN TweetUp

This #EdTechLN TweetUp will feature guest host Christine Geith, CEO of eXtension ( @christinegeith ) leading us through a conversation on the Cooperative Extension Horizon Report. Join us!

The NMC Technology Outlook for Cooperative Extension 2016 - 2021 was just released this month. The report looks at Extension's top opportunities and challenges for the next five years and includes cutting-edge technologies, tools, ways of working, and issues to address. The maker movement, big data, and mobile learning are all mentioned in the report as opportunities that exist today.

Join guest host Chris Geith, CEO of eXtension, as we discuss the findings of this collaborative report, implications, and action steps for Extension professionals nationwide!

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The #EdTechLN is the educational technology resource and support network for Cooperative Extension professionals.

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