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Am I Ready? Competencies and Skill Sets Needed for Virtual Conference Hosts

WC390/AEC728 by Lauri M. Baker and Matt BengeMay 24th, 2021This new 3-page article is the third publication in the Don't Fake It, Make It! series. Implementing a virtual conference or meeting can be a challenging task. Whether hiring staff or recruiting colleagues to assemble a team, it is necessary to ensure your team is built based on the specific competency needs for hosting a virtual conference or meeting. Written by Lauri M. Baker and Matt Benge, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication.

Delivering Secure CEU Training Utilizing Zoom

PI286/PI286 by Brett W. Bultemeier and Michelle AtkinsonSeptember 8th, 2020

Don’t Fake It, Make It! Technology and Tools for Virtual Hosts

WC391/AEC729 by Jarred A. Shellhouse, Lauri M. Baker, Anissa Zagonel, Phillip Stokes, and Cheryl R. BoyerMay 24th, 2021The “Don’t Fake it, Make it!” series assists virtual conference and meeting hosts in creating an engaging program to benefit their participants. This new 6-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication gives an overview of common features hosts look for in virtual conference software platforms before committing to one. Written by Jarred A. Shellhouse, Lauri M. Baker, Anissa Zagonel, Phillip Stokes, and Cheryl R. Boyer.

Engaging Learners via Live Online Learning

WC395/AEC734by Taylor Nash and Megan S. CantrellAugust 16th, 2021The explosion of virtual training and education has created opportunities for interactions far beyond what is available in a face-to-face environment. However, easier access to individuals comes with unforeseen challenges in creating an environment that fosters genuine engagement. This new publication includes engagement strategies for the Extension environment as well as the virtual classroom of traditional education. Written by Taylor Nash and Megan Cantrell; 3 pp.

Instructional Methods for Distance Education

WC026/AEC 345 by Ricky W. TelgOctober 3rd, 2018

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