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 …

There’s an app for that

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.


Recently, at our All-Extension conference in Oregon, we were posed with the question, “If you only had 15 minutes, what technology tools would you like to learn about as an Extension Professional?” Many of my colleagues shared they would like to learn about apps pertinent to their work …

Evernote, the one technology that has truly revolutionized how I work

Tammy McKinley is the author of this blog post. She is an Extension Specialist in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics for the University of Tennessee. Tammy is a web and social media presence expert. She manages the social media accounts for her department and is also a skilled master of Excel and livestock marketing. I follow her on twitter @TammyMcKinley you should too.


What makes Evernote so revolutionizing for me?

As Michael Hyatt has said, “Evernote is my …

Drupal, Google Drive, and Evernote: Everyday Tech for Extraordinary Work

This guest blog post was written by the amazing Jennifer Alexander, Publishing Manager for Oregon State University (@OregonStateExt) Extension & Experiment Station Communications. She shares very useful tips, advise, and ideas on how to integrate technology at work, you should definitely follow her on Twitter @editor_jennifer – Paul Hill 


I joined #EdTechLN because I wanted to lurk. You know, pick up tips, check out the blog, and find people to follow on Twitter. I also wanted to …