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Innovation Team Web Conference

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Re: Monthly Innovation Facilitator Meeting (Members Only)

A. Renee' Hall ·
Hello, Aaron. Renee' Hall here. Please excuse my attempt to "join" the 3pm meeting today. *picture a goofball ducking head into a meeting room, realizing, Oops...I'm not supposed to be here!* I am very new to eXtension Foundation and the website. Learning as I go. Experiencing that whole information overload thing.... "Zoom Fatigue" is REAL, Have a great weekend!
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Re: Monthly Innovation Facilitator Meeting (Members Only)

Aaron Weibe ·
No worries. The group where this informatjon is housed is the Impact Collaborative Innovation Facilitator group. That is only for folks trained as Innovation Facilitators in the Impact Collaborative program, and an internal group for them to work from. Our next training is scheduled for August, we would love for some individuals from your institution to join us and go through the training!
 
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