We made it to Friday! (Or, as one of my friends calls it, Fri”yay”!)
It’s been a busy, productive, and exciting week in terms of Extension website work, for our team and for many of you. Here are a few highlights and a reminder of the next webinar opportunity.
Ag work group webinars
We hosted the second content planning kickoff webinar for Ag & Natural Resources Extension work groups (content teams) on Jan. 11. We planned to record that webinar. Unfortunately, I (Jennifer) messed up, and that didn’t happen. I am sorry.
Here are the new FAQs added this week:
- What is the suggested deadline for having content ready to go in the new website?
- When will training be available for inputting data?
- How should we make decisions about whether or not to keep specific content?
- Can you clarify the next steps for content teams who are just getting started?
- Can we get inventory spreadsheets for other sites besides county content?
- How will numbered Extension Catalog publications fit into the new site?
- How will decisions about what content is retained, created, and put online be “enforced” and by who?
And as a helpful reminder, here are some oldies-but-goodies:
- What will happen to county sites?
- What will happen to program sites?
- What is content strategy? And why do we need one?
Speaking of content strategy
We’re thrilled to share that the content strategist position is posted. Please share with your networks to help us recruit an awesome new colleague.
The Content Strategist is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating a content strategy focused on enhancing engagement with learners and increasing awareness of the value, relevance, and impact of the OSU Extension Service (OSU Extension). Day to day, the person in this position collaborates with EESC colleagues and program/topic-based content teams to plan and manage content and associated processes for OSU Extension’s online presence.
I promise to remember to hit “record” this time!