Working Differently In Extension

Synopsis

This podcast, hosted by Bob Bertsch, is a discussion of how Cooperative Extension professionals can work differently to be more effective in the new communications environment.Duration: about 30 minutesUpdated: every other Thursday, approx. 3 p.m. (CT)The WDiE theme music is "Noone's Acid", https://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/337331/...and-nobody-cared, by ...and nobody cared. We use it under a Creative Commons license.

Episodes

  • Julie Doll, Cheryl Eschbach and James DeDecker, Episode 124

    Julie Doll, Cheryl Eschbach and James DeDecker, Episode 124

    09/08/2018 Duration: 35min

    Julie Doll, Cheryl Eschbach and James DeDecker, from Michigan State University, discuss their article, "Using Dialogue to Engage Agricultural Audiences in Cooperative Learning About Climate Change: A Strategy with Broad Implications," in the Journal of Extension, https://www.joe.org/joe/2018april/a2.php

  • Weve Tried That Before - Bradd Anderson, Jamie Seger and Paul Hill, Episode 123

    We've Tried That Before - Bradd Anderson, Jamie Seger and Paul Hill, Episode 123

    23/05/2018 Duration: 24min

    Bradd Anderson, State 4-H Leadership & Communication Specialist with Missouri University Extension, talks about the 5 sections he wrote for the book, “We've Tried That Before: 500 Years of Extension Wisdom.” We'll also hear what role lead authors Paul Hill and Jamie Seger hope the book will play in Extension's future.

  • Weve Tried That Before - Michelle Rodgers and Danae Wolfe, Episode 122

    We've Tried That Before - Michelle Rodgers and Danae Wolfe, Episode 122

    16/05/2018 Duration: 25min

    In this episode, we'll hear from 2 co-authors of the book, "We've Tried That Before: 500 Years of Extension Wisdom." First, Michelle Rodgers, Associate Dean and Director Cooperative Extension and Outreach at the University of Delaware, talks about her section, “Be Flexible. Adjust to Change.” Then, Danae Wolfe, educational technology specialist with Ohio State University Extension, talks about the section, “Reach People Where They Are.”

  • Weve Tried That Before - Doing Our Work Together, Episode 121

    We've Tried That Before - Doing Our Work Together, Episode 121

    09/05/2018 Duration: 22min

    Some of the authors of the book, "We've Tried That Before - 500 Years of Extension Wisdom," discuss being energetic, avoiding jaded colleagues, finishing what you start and collaborating. We'll hear from Hunter McBrayer from Alabama, Daphne Richards from Texas, Scott Matteson from Michigan, and Eric Stafne from Mississippi.

  • Weve Tried that Before - Paul Hill and Jamie Seger, Episode 120

    We've Tried that Before - Paul Hill and Jamie Seger, Episode 120

    02/05/2018 Duration: 24min

    A conversation with Paul Hill and Jamie Seger are the editors and co-authors of the new book, "We've Tried That Before: 500 Years of Extension Wisdom" (https://wttbgiftbox.eventbrite.com). The book, inspired by T.J. Talbert's "Extension Worker's Code" (1922), features the insights of 30 Extension professionals from 15 states.

  • Jane Crayton, Episode 119

    Jane Crayton, Episode 119

    25/04/2018 Duration: 29min

    A conversation with Jane Crayton, Extension agent for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math in 4-H Youth Development at Colorado State University Extension in Pueblo County, about her important commentary in the Journal of Extension titled "The Event Horizon for the Horizon Report: Inclusivity in Extension Programs."

  • 2017 in Review with Paul Hill and Jamie Seger

    2017 in Review with Paul Hill and Jamie Seger

    21/12/2017 Duration: 40min

    Podcast regulars Jamie Seger and Paul Hill of the eXtension EdTech Learning Network join us to look back on 2017 and forward to the new year.

  • Eric Walcott, Episode 117

    Eric Walcott, Episode 117

    17/11/2017 Duration: 25min

    A conversation with Eric Walcott from Michigan State University Extension's Government and Public Policy programs. Eric talks about his work, including the program Get Engaged! A Guide to Getting Involved in Your Community.

  • Alex Chan, Episode 116

    Alex Chan, Episode 116

    31/08/2017 Duration: 22min

    A conversation with Alex Chan, University of Maryland 4-H Youth Development Educator for Prince George's county, about his healthy romantic relationships workshops for high school students.

  • Steven Worker, Kristy Ouellette and Alexa Maille, Episode 115

    Steven Worker, Kristy Ouellette and Alexa Maille, Episode 115

    17/08/2017 Duration: 27min

    A conversation with Steven Worker, Kristy Oulette and Alexa Maille about their Journal of Extension article, "Redefining the Concept of Learning in Cooperative Extension," https://www.joe.org/joe/2017june/a3.php

  • Dave Campbell, Episode 114

    Dave Campbell, Episode 114

    10/08/2017 Duration: 28min

    A conversation with Dave Campbell, Community Studies Specialist in Cooperative Extension and associate dean for social/human sciences in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of California-Davis about forming a "community of the problem."

  • Kathy Draeger, Episode 113

    Kathy Draeger, Episode 113

    27/07/2017 Duration: 31min

    A conversation with Kathy Draeger, Statewide Director, Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships at the University of Minnesota about the Connecting Small and Medium-Sized Farms to Existing Wholesale Markets through Backhauling from Rural Grocery Stores project.

  • Jennifer Anderson, Episode 112

    Jennifer Anderson, Episode 112

    13/07/2017 Duration: 29min

    A conversation with Jennifer Anderson,Montana State University Extension Agent in Rosebud and Treasure Counties, about how she stepped up to secure the funds to create a community foundation that's saving lives in Rosebud County, MT

  • Myra Moss, Episode 111

    Myra Moss, Episode 111

    06/07/2017 Duration: 27min

    A conversation about building collaborative networks around complex community issues with Myra Moss, Ohio State University Extension.

  • Patrick Kirby, Episode 110

    Patrick Kirby, Episode 110

    29/06/2017 Duration: 25min

    A conversation with Patrick Kirby of West Virginia University about reclaiming brownfields, his work at the Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center and the idea of crowdfunding development of brownfield and other sites.

  • Neil Klemme, Episode 109

    Neil Klemme, Episode 109

    22/06/2017 Duration: 32min

    A conversation with Neil Klemme, 4-H Youth Development Educator with University of Wisconsin Extension in Iron County, about how He's gotten youth involved in a community First Impressions survey, in creating a campaign for attracting and retaining young people to the county, and in designing the Iron County Regional Trail project.

  • Christian Schmieder, Episode 108

    Christian Schmieder, Episode 108

    22/05/2017 Duration: 32min

    A conversation about the Data Jam Initiative, http://fyi.uwex.edu/datajams, with University of Wisconsin Extension qualitative research specialist Christian Schmieder.

  • Dena Wise, Episode 107

    Dena Wise, Episode 107

    07/04/2017 Duration: 22min

    A conversation with Dena Wise,The University of Tennessee Extension, about her Journal of Extension commentary, "Evaluating Extension Impact on a Nationwide Level: Focus on Programs or Concepts?," https://www.joe.org/joe/2017february/comm1.php

  • Lynna Lawson, Episode 106

    Lynna Lawson, Episode 106

    23/03/2017 Duration: 26min

    A conversation with Lynna Lawson, state 4-H youth development specialist with the 4-H Center for Youth Development at the University of Missouri. Lynna helps lead 4-H LIFE (http://extension.missouri.edu/4hlife/), a program for children of offenders and their families.

  • Dave Francis, Episode 105

    Dave Francis, Episode 105

    08/02/2017 Duration: 34min

    A conversation with Dave Francis about his 2016 eXtension Fellowship project, "Maker Movement, Horticulture Fusion,"which focuses on the connection between the maker movement and local, small scale agriculture.

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