5 Tips for Creating YouTube Videos

This guest blog post was written by Amanda Christensen, Extension Associate Professor at Utah State University. Amanda serves the people in Morgan County, Utah with Family & Consumer Science and 4-H youth programs. She also regularly vlogs about personal finance on her YouTube Channel and contributes to the livewellutah.org blog. You can follow her on Twitter at @FamFinPro.


Since I started filming, editing and uploading Extension financial literacy videos to YouTube I have started receiving so many questions …

FORCE11 Conference Keynotes

This week I attended the FORCE11 Conference in Portland, Oregon. I know what you are thinking…and no, this was not a conference where I learned about midi-chlorians and “The Force” from the Star Wars universe.

FORCE is an acronym for “The Future Of Research Communications and E-Scholarship.” FORCE11 is a community of scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders that has arisen organically to help facilitate the change toward improved knowledge creation and sharing. It …

There’s An App for That! Second Installment

This blog post was written by the adventurous, happy Millennial: Jamie Davis, Lake County Extension Agent for Oregon State University. Her program delivery is in 4-H Youth Development & Family Community Health. Her Twitter handle is @DavisJams.


Thank you for all the great feedback on the first installment of There’s An App for That! I hope you also enjoy the second installment of apps that have a practical application for Extension Professionals. Please share the go-to apps you use …