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  • Choosing Educational Technologies and Methods – Technology Teaching Tips and Tools
    issues educational uses pedagogy web20 Post navigation Previous What s New with SharePoint What s New with SharePoint Presenter Molly Immendorf In the last year there have been many new applications and features added to the CES SharePoint suite Join Molly as she highlights these including end of year reporting tools and provides a refresher for using SharePoint effectively with examples of how your colleagues are using SharePoint Archive 1 hour Next Photo 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 cost to help you create more professional looking websites PowerPoint presentations and other documents High quality free photos Pexels Pixabay Finding and Using Images Topics of Interest Accessibility Educational Technology Hardware Instructional Design MCN Podcasts Security SharePoint 2010 Social Networking Software Tips Tricks Support Tech Tuesdays Windows and Office Tips Tricks WordPress University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/edtech/choosing-edtech/ (2016-02-18)
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  • What’s New with SharePoint? – Technology Teaching Tips and Tools
    county Clean Sweep it s a good idea to get remove hazardous waste and other junk lying around in your WordPress site too Eric will be covering tips and best practices for keeping your WordPress site organized This includes organizing tags and categories removing out dated content as well as managing the media library A clean site will be more responsive and lets your audience trust that your content Next Choosing Educational Technologies and Methods Are you wondering which technology would enhance your programming and productivity Who should you contact for more information on supported technologies within UWEX What are the educational reasons to use social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter This paper addresses these questions plus the strengths and weaknesses of these tools This is a living document and will be updated periodically This paper covers pedagogical reasons for choosing specific educational technolog Topics of Interest Accessibility Educational Technology Hardware Instructional Design MCN Podcasts Security SharePoint 2010 Social Networking Software Tips Tricks Support Tech Tuesdays Windows and Office Tips Tricks WordPress University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA

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  • Accessible Documents – Technology Teaching Tips and Tools
    information on best practices for posting PDF files Microsoft Office Support has step by step instructions for creating accessible PDFs from several Office applications For people who are visual learner we have Lynda com videos Once you have access to Lynda com the following video are available A full course on creating accessible Microsoft Office documents Do not be overwhelmed with the 26 short videos You have the option to watch all of them in order or just choose the videos that meet your learning need at this time Applications covered are Word Excel and PowerPoint This short video checking document accessibility Sharing is Caring Click Below to Share Categorized Accessibility Tagged access issues Microsoft Office Post navigation Previous Photo 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 cost to help you create more professional looking websites PowerPoint presentations and other documents High quality free photos Pexels Pixabay Finding and Using Images Next 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 online Two examples of how WisMOP has been used are demonstrated in the webinar archive below Wis Topics of Interest Accessibility Educational Technology Hardware Instructional Design MCN Podcasts Security SharePoint 2010 Social

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  • Technology Teaching Tips and Tools – Page 2 – UW Cooperative Extension Technology Services
    how to customize your Office 2010 workspace streamline repetitive tasks and be more efficient when creating and searching for your files We ll also show you where you can access a variety of Read More Managing Your Cooperative Extension Outlook 2010 Calendar Presenter Lisa Linfield In this session we will take an in depth look at your Cooperative Extension Outlook 2010 calendar We will discuss best practices for creating appointments and scheduling meetings how to manage your free busy data strategies for color coding calendar events plus tips and tricks for viewing and searching for calendar items We will Read More Windows 7 Libraries Tips for Organizing and Finding Your Files Presenter Lisa Linfield This session will focus on Libraries an integral part of the Windows 7 operating system You ll learn how the default libraries Documents Music Pictures and Videos are used to store and organize your files We will explore ways to add multiple file locations to your libraries as well as strategies for locating Read More Protecting Your Privacy Online Presenter Molly Immendorf Protecting your privacy online is becoming increasingly more complicated especially when using social networking tools like Facebook This session will cover the whats whys and hows of choosing privacy options when using social networking for education and outreach During this session you will learn practical tips on creating more secure passwords limiting Read More Post navigation Older Entries Newer Entries Topics of Interest Accessibility Educational Technology Hardware Instructional Design MCN Podcasts Security SharePoint 2010 Social Networking Software Tips Tricks Support Tech Tuesdays Windows and Office Tips Tricks WordPress University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Recent Posts Teach Online Using the WisMOP Template

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  • What Works Wisconsin - Effective Programs and Resources for Children, Youth and Families
    the What Works project focuses on distilling the latest scientific knowledge on effective policies practices and programs including evidence based programs for youth and their families schools and communities In addition to disseminating this information to practitioners and policymakers the What Works staff provide technical assistance on program design improvement and evaluation Through publications presentations workshops and individualized technical assistance the What Works team provides practitioners and policymakers with the tools to develop effective programs and evaluate and improve existing programming based on state of the art knowledge of what makes programs effective What s New Chapter Principles for Improving Family Programs An Evidence Informed Approach Rating Form Key Ingredients of Effective Youth and Family Programs Menu Research to Practice Briefs Evidence informed Program Improvement Process Materials Effective Strategies Fact Sheets Evidence based Program Registries Articles Chapters Presentations Report on Delinquency Prevention Evaluation Resources Resources for Community Initiatives University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities Explore Extension The Learning Store Publications for your life organizations and communities For Your Information 4 H and Youth Business and Economic Development

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  • What Works Wisconsin - Effective Programs and Resources for Children, Youth and Families | Contact Us
    Fax 608 265 0787 Professional Website Dayana Kupisk Graduate Student What Works Associate 4114 Nancy Nicholas Hall School of Human Ecology 1300 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 1575 E mail kupisk wisc edu Menu Research to Practice Briefs Evidence informed Program Improvement Process Materials Effective Strategies Fact Sheets Evidence based Program Registries Articles Chapters Presentations Report on Delinquency Prevention Evaluation Resources Resources for Community Initiatives University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative

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  • What Works Wisconsin - Effective Programs and Resources for Children, Youth and Families | Research to Practice Briefs
    the tools you need to assess whether a program is the right one to implement in your community Issue 4 Program fidelity and adaptation Meeting local needs without compromising program effectivness In this brief we review the types of changes that are often made to programs when they are implemented and the effects these changes can have We also suggest strategies for maintaining program effectiveness while ensuring that the program is appealing to participants and meets local needs Issue 5 Finding effective solutions to truancy Taking a developmental ecological approach we examine the roles of students parents schools and communities in truancy We describe two critical components of truancy reduction approaches Families schools and communities need to work together to set rules for school attendance and to enforce the rules quickly and consistently and schools need to be places where students want to be Issue 6 Evidence based programs An overview Discussions of evidence based programs typically assume a certain level of familiarity with the subject This brief describes what it means for a program to be evidence based the advantages and disadvantages of adopting and implementing evidence based programs and where you can learn more about evidence based programs Issue 7 Girls in the juvenile justice system Toward effective gender responsive programming Professionals at all levels of the juvenile justice system are struggling with how to effectively meet the needs of female juvenile offenders In this brief we examine the characteristics of girls in the juvenile justice system and suggest some promising strategies for creating a more gender responsive juvenile justice system Issue 8 Wisconsin evidence based parenting program directory Issue 9 Best practices for youth employment programs Issue 10 Best practices for parent education and support programs Issue 11 What works to promote positive parenting among teen parents

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  • What Works Wisconsin - Effective Programs and Resources for Children, Youth and Families | Evidence-informed Program Improvement Process & Materials
    informed program improvement The process can be used with most child youth and family prevention and intervention programs The manual includes an overview of what we have learned from evidence based programs a program assessment tool structured around 13 common principles that characterize most effective programs and an action plan template for planning improvements to your program Evidence informed program improvement Using principles of effectiveness to enhance the quality and impact of family based prevention programs This article from the February 2009 issue of the Journal Family Relations discusses some of the common principles of effective youth and family programs and presents a process for how practitioners can use these principles to improve the quality and impact of their existing programs Program improvement action plan template This worksheet is to be used in conjunction with the Evidence informed Program Improvement Manual Key ingredients of effective youth and family programs rating form Principles for improving family programs An evidence informed approach Menu Research to Practice Briefs Evidence informed Program Improvement Process Materials Effective Strategies Fact Sheets Evidence based Program Registries Articles Chapters Presentations Report on Delinquency Prevention Evaluation Resources Resources for Community Initiatives University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We

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