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I was lucky enough to video the annual pumpkin pick at Minnesota Arboretum this morning! (Amy Baker) lots of footage for video editing training!
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Kicking off "The Right Light" mobile app priority project with CERTs!
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Tom & Danny are helping up our game with a new podcasting equipment setup! Danny Sussman Tomas Alvarez #ExtQuickBytes
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Google Docs Voice Typing, a quick & handy tool, by Karen Matthes #ExtQuickBytes
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Always inspired by David Ernst! "What drives #UMN's David Ernst to be a leading advocate for open textbooks?"
What drives #UMN's David Ernst to be a leading advocate for open textbooks for students at the U and beyond? http://z.umn.edu/16tc
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We are hiring! One of the best jobs on the team: Web Developer. Great team, great benefits! #StPaul #UMNProud
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Here we are working on one heckuva an educator training: Hands-On Video Editing Deep Dive! 3 hours of Karen Matthes Amy Baker CAN'T WAIT!
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Completely redesigned great new web site: Accessible U. Two #ExtQuickBytes thumbs up! http://buff.ly/2cO8UwT #ExtQuickBytes
Check out the completely redesigned digital accessibility website, Accessible U! http://accessibility.umn.edu/ When I first click...
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Google Forms: Not (Survey)Monkeying Around! Learn something new in this latest #ExtQuickBytes by stephanie ann!
In recent years, Google Drive has increasingly provided intuitive, collaborative, and functional alternatives to more familiar software programs, including Google Forms, their answer to research-inquiry tools like SurveyMonkey. If you're reluctant to make the switch, here are some tips that may ...
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Technology Learning for Extension Staff
Introduction
"Quick Bytes" are bite-sized introductions to a wide variety of today's technology. A new Quick Byte unit will be posted each Thursday. You will finish each quick and fun unit having seen each technology with your own eyes, learned some potential uses for it, and knowing where to get more information. Often there will be an activity to allow for hands-on exploration. Comments and discussion are strongly encouraged!