What’s in it for me?

Putting examples of how to successfully integrate technology into actual practice! The new Educational Technology Learning Network will provide sharing and learning opportunities among both Extension professionals and private sector technology experts to foster successful use of technology integration into Extension programming across the nation. The old format of only learning how Extension colleagues use technology during conferences, then returning with little direction as to where to begin, is in the past. Building a collaborative and cooperative network of professionals who support one another in their innovative programming efforts is the way of the future!

How can I get involved?

We’ve created an eXtension Community for the Learning Network. Anyone who is interested in becoming involved in the Learning Network in some capacity is invited to request to join, particularly those with an interest in sharing technology as it applies to our great Extension work.

Get involved even further by sharing your EdTech story on the community page or posting online with the #EdTechLN hashtag. We’d like to know:

  • What technology you’re using?
  • How you are using it?
  • What you’d like to accomplish (goals) using educational technologies?

This Learning Network and its membership will become a national leader in sharing what software, apps or technology work well through blogging and other social media, as well as training peers nationally in the most effective use possible.

For step-by-step instructions on how to join the Ed Tech Learning Network, visit our “Join” page.

Stay Engaged

Like the Ed Tech Learning Network Facebook page for info and updates.

Join the Ed Tech Learning Network Google+ Community.

Follow the #EdTechLN on Twitter and other social media sites.


We believe that the incorporation of technology in learning will sustain and advance Cooperative Extension.


Comments
  1. Jeff Hino

    It’s a good idea to examine your fundamental beliefs about the role of technology inExtension. The EdTechLN guiding members did just that. See what they say in this short video. Maybe you’ll find something that resonates with you.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GitTLPqeYsc

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