e-Learning Development Guidelines & Sept. 1 Project Proposal Deadline

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The Extension technology project process provides a viable pipeline for a broad range of elearning and technology proposals to be prioritized by leadership and supported by Extension Technology

Get by with a little help from your IT friends

When you design technology-enhanced learning, you want it to be effective, efficient, supportable, and have longevity. So we created a document that's intended to help you and your team achieve these goals. This document, Development Guidelines for Extension e-Learning Projects, provides guidelines for some common e-learning use cases within Extension. Please keep it in your back pocket when creating a...
  • Moodle course, 
  • video, 
  • lecture capture, or 
  • other online learning activities. 
You are especially encouraged to use this document as a resource when planning a project and collaborating with project teams both inside and outside of the University.

Apply for Extension Technology project support

Extension Technology will select projects to receive a package of services that includes hands-on experience and a variety of resources to design and develop effective technology-enhanced Extension educational tools and curriculum. Project teams will find inspiration, education, practice and collaboration with proposed tech tools, including videos, lecture captures, podcasts, Moodle modules, apps, e-books and more. The next deadline for proposals is Sept. 1, 2015. Read more about proposal requirements here.  Also check out the new blog post series we started featuring past projects to inspire you and recognize the efforts of innovative Extension teams.

What technology projects are you working on?

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