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We have a new blog post that looks at why security experts recommend online safety practices that differ from what non-expert web-users recommend.

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Do you really know the best ways to stay safe online? A recent post on the Google Online Security Blog showed that average web users focus on different tactics than those favored by security experts. In the blog post, Iulia Ion, Rob Reeder, and Sunny Consolvo highlight the results of two surveys ...
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Some of the technical details in this article will vary depending on your platform and website configurations, but it is definitely worth reading if you've thought about creating a podcast.

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Kyle Racki shares his best advice, information and resources. So you spend less time on the technical set-up a podcast and more time creating great content.
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Dr. Barb O'Neill talks about using Twitter chats as professional development, extendiing conversations beyond webinars. #netlit #mfln
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How to find and follow people who can help you learn on Twitter from Twitter Cohort Lite 2015. #twittercohort #netlit
Find, Follow, Learn. Twitter can be a incredible platform for finding information important to you and making professional connections, but neither of those things will happen automatically. It's up to you to build a Twitter network that is valuable to you. You should have already started by ...
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ICYMI - Here's the 3rd message from our #twittercohort Lite learning event. #netlit
Building Your Network. Getting the most out of Twitter means making connections with other Twitter users, but who should you connect with? Let's start with the other Twitter Cohort Lite participants. Follow this link to the Twitter Cohort Lite 2015 Twitter List. Make sure you are logged in to ...
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Learn about choosing a profile pic, writing an effective bio. #twittercohort #netlit
Show Twitter Your Best Side. Your Twitter profile photo and bio are your public face to the world of Twitter. It's important to complete your Twitter profile, so people can learn who you are and why they might want to connect with you. Let's learn... How to choose a profile photo ...
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Before you share that photo from the unrest in Baltimore, check to see if it really came from Baltimore. #netlit - posted by Bob Bertsch
Reverse image search: one of the simplest and most powerful tools at your disposal for verifying whether a viral news image might be a fake.
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Using communities, instead of email, enables a network effect that is difficult to achieve otherwise. 

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Email doesn't work for everything.
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This would be great to implement at UNH Cooperative Extension! We could have communities for Drupal, Salesforce, Predictive Response, Facebook, Twitter, Google Alerts, Qualtrics, eVents, Photoshop, etc. How can we get started +Stephen Judd ?
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This session on Network Leadership seems especially appropriate after our work on developing the proposal for a Network Literacy Leadership Academy.

After clarifying the various ways in which leadership and networks intersect, we will consider the following questions: what does it mean for people in networks who see the need to be more intentional about developing leadership, and what does it mean for leadership development practitioners to design and deliver programs that better equip their participants to effectively utilize network strategies and tools.

Thanks to +Jeff Piestrak for alerting me to this webinar.

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Thank you +Stephen Judd​
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Here's the 2nd message from our Twitter Cohort Lite learning event. #netlit #twittercohort
Pump Up Your Profile. In yesterday's message, we talked about how your Twitter profile photo and bio are your public face to the world of Twitter. Ditch the Egg! Of the 39 members of our Twitter Cohort Lite 2015 Twitter list, 17 are still eggs! Don't leave egg on your face.
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Check out the drum beat of #netlit, http://buff.ly/1F7D1qU #typedrummer
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“...the complexities of the issues surrounding poverty and two-generation issues today are “so deep and so severe and so opportunistic that we can’t afford to do this on our own. No one organization or sector could accomplish these challenges on its own. We have to think about how to layer on the networks to deal with the layers that exist and get to this ultimate goal of opportunity for all. Networking is the only way we can do that.” #netlit -posted by Bob Bertsch
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Helping professionals use online technologies to enhance communications, sharing and learning.
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The Network Literacy Community of Practice aims to build a community around learning in online networked environments. This community will use available/emerging networks, technology, and information to form the community and engage others; we will will also create scholarly resources on the use of online communication networks for a community of interest. The Network Literacy CoP will pursue information about new technologies, new ways of learning, new ways of working, and innovative approaches on the Internet, and trends around technology use for teaching and learning.

As part of the broader eXtension Initiative, the CoP is particularly focused on working with Extension and Military Family Service Professionals.
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