Teach Online Using the WisMOP Template

The Wisconsin Model for Online Programming (WisMOP) is a highly customizable collection of CE Technology Services supported tools to give you a jump-start in getting your programming or courses online and reach a wider audience. WisMOP allows users to pick and choose tools like WordPress, Google Drive, YouTube,  Google Communities and more to create engaging, mobile-friendly instruction […]

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Tech Tuesday: Introduction to Office Mix

So what would you think if I told you about an add-on for PowerPoint 2016/2013 for Windows that adds the ability to: screencapture, capture webcam video, capture live slide annotations, record narration and export it to video you can share on YouTube? How about if I told you it is FREE? Amazing, right?! Learn more […]

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Photo, Icon, Music, & Copyright Resources

Sometimes it is difficult to find just the right photo to convey information and/or mood.  Searching the web using Google might give you great images, but are they copyrighted? How about using your own photos? Do you have a photo release signed by everyone in that photo?  Luckily, there are many resources available for no […]

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Quick Keyboard Shortcuts

In addition to Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V for copying and pasting, there are several other shortcuts that most people will find beneficial in day to day life. There are many more to choose from, but this list should get you started on your way to being a keyboard shortcut genius!

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Learn about Twitter

Twitter continues to grow in importance and use both within Cooperative Extension and beyond.  In the latest Dean’s WisLine, Karl Martin mentioned that he will continue to tweet often as a way to communicate with colleagues and external audiences. Karl’s not alone, many of our leaders are embracing Twitter to share thoughts, happenings, and articles.

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