For more information in regard to the conference, please contact Dr. Carol Heaverlo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Topic: TedEd lessons
Description: Do you ever utilize an online video with your participants/students and wish you could stop and ask questions along the way? This session will explore different ways you can interject quizzes and polls (a great way to check for understanding).
Presenter: Lori Hayungs - Human Sciences Specialist, Family Life
Do you ever use an online video with your participants/students and wish you could stop and ask questions along the way? This session will explore different ways you can interject quizzes and polls (a great way to check for understanding). Lori Hayungs is the presenter. Access the webinar here.
Dec. 14 - Digital Accessibility: Accessible Documents
November 30 - Digital Accessibility: Video Captioning
Dr. Zayira Jordan, ISU web accessibility coordinator, will be hosting a Digital Accessibility webinar series. All webinars begin at 10am, unless otherwise noted. This series is presented in conjunction with Extension IT and may be accessed at: https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/professionaldevelopment.
Mark your calendars with the dates below and stay posted as series details will be updated here as they become available.
A committee formed to share updates and provide the dates of upcoming in-services or other conference related dates that need to be considered as we continue to plan professional development events.
The Ag Literacy Corps provides in-the-can resources for extension staff to learn about current ag-related topics including: defining GMO in food, measuring Iowa water quality programs, finding wildlife habitats in working lands and more. These tools include a topic overview, expert-narrated video and resources to learn more.
Watch the archived webinar of the July13 session to learn how you might use Ag Literacy Corps resources to educate colleagues and elected officials, share information to civic and service organizations, or for your own professional development.
The Navigating Difference series is designed to assist Extension and Outreach professionals in expanding their skills in working with diverse audiences. The curriculum consists of five modules developed by Washington State University Extension staff specifically for extension professionals.
Those who need to be aware of issues related to copyright, fair use, and intellectual property while employed or associated with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will benefit from this course.This online opportunity will provide participants with:
- The basic concepts and principles of copyright, including fair use
- Information on copyright risks and best practices
- A general overview of intellectual property