Tag: News

eXtension Launches Engage & Empower Online

For Immediate Release April 25th, 2019 Contact: Aaron Weibe, aaronweibe@eXtension.org eXtension’s Impact Collaborative has launched a new resource, Engage & Empower Online (EEO), to support collaborative efforts for Extension professionals that are part of Impact Collaborative project and program teams, and Innovation Facilitators. It is available in both web browser and mobile app versions. EEO […]

eXtension News Roundup – January 2017

The monthly news roundup highlights the launch of the Diversity and Inclusion Corps, gives updates on two fellowship projects, and previews some exciting professional development opportunities. Seger and Hill To Be Featured in JCEP Panel Reminder! “Purposeful Leadership: Preparing for the Edge” is the subject of a virtual town hall webinar that will be broadcast […]

eXtension Month in Review – July 2016

July, 2016 – It has now been a year since our CEO Christine Geith joined eXtension and we ramped up our transformation to the NEW eXtension. July 2016 was a busy month as we continued envisioning and planning new ways to serve Extension professionals. So many plans are now coming together that we have much […]

Beverly Coberly Appointed New COO of eXtension Foundation

eXtension Foundation CEO Christine Geith, PhD, announced today the appointment of Beverly Coberly as part-time Chief Operating Officer of eXtension Foundation beginning September 12, 2016. Beverly has held a steady progression of administrative leadership roles in University of Missouri Extension, culminating most recently in the position of Associate Vice-Provost and Associate Director. In this position […]
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NAEPSDP/eXtension Fellowship Opportunities

eXtension, is funding four (4) opportunities for NAEPSDP (National Association of Extension Program and Staff Development Professionals) members to serve as eXtension Fellows from January – December 2017. Recipients of the 2017 Fellowship will be named at the 2016 NAEPSDP Annual Conference. In order to be eligible for these fellowships, applicants must be current or […]

eXtension Month in Review – June 2016

June, 2016 For Extension professionals–including eXtension staff–summer is the peak season for implementing projects while creating new ideas for future planning and development. At eXtension, June was filled with projects coming to fruition and new opportunities developing for the months ahead. New Moodle Analytics Offers Views of Learner and Course Performance eXtension has acquired and […]

eXtension Month in Review – May 2016

May, 2016 May was devoted to a number of forward-looking activities, particularly conducting conversations with Communities of Practice to learn more about their current needs and recommendations. eXtension staff is now working on developing more opportunities for Communities to collaborate and increase visibility. Horizon Report for Cooperative Extension in Development for Fall Sharing The eXtension […]
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eXtension Now Offering New Webinar Hosting Option

Zoom Webinars for 500 Participants a New Benefit for eXtension Member Institution Professionals For many years, Iowa State Extension has been hosting Adobe Connect Webinars for Communities of Practice (CoP) and Learning Networks (LN) on behalf of eXtension. As indicated earlier this year, this service will end on July 31st, 2016. As part of eXtension’s […]

Horizon Report for Cooperative Extension System to Prepare for the Future

Even if we cannot predict the future, how can we prepare for it? The eXtension Foundation and the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) Innovation Task Force is partnering with The New Media Consortium (NMC) to seek answers to this question. Together they will lead 56 expert panelists selected from a national search to […]

eXtension Month in Review – April 2016

April, 2016: April was another busy month for eXtension, with emphasis on evaluating the effectiveness of every component of the NeXC2016 event held in San Antonio at the end of March. We spent April following up on all participants’ comments and using their responses to plan eXtension’s work ahead. Evaluation of NeXC2016 Indicates High Participant […]