I'm the Extension Learning Technology Leader. My goal is to help integrate technology into teaching and learning, and communicating in the Extension world. Often that means to "feel your pain" when you work with technology, and find ways to make it as easy as possible. While admittedly a techy, my favorite quote these days is "if technology is the answer, what is the question?" It's not technology for technology's sake. I look forward to being there with you in the search for value and meaning for these new tools in the great work you do.
Submit Your Concepts Now for 2017 Innovation Grants
eXtension Foundation, Inc., the U.S. Cooperative Extension System’s national resource for advancing innovation and providing professional development for Extension professionals, is seeking initial abstract proposals for prescreening for 2017 Innovation Projects funding.
Proposal Deadline is Friday, December 19th, 2016, 5:00 p.m. PST.
The Innovation Projects initiative is part of the eXtension Foundation’s mission to support experimental projects that will drive opportunities to adopt innovation in the greater Cooperative Extension System. In the 2017 round, we will award up to 10 grants of up to $10,000 each to recipients for a one-year period. Recipients will also receive support of their project from eXtension’s Innovation Lab.
To be eligible for this funding, you must be an Extension Faculty Member, Specialist, Educator, Agent or Staff Member of an eXtension Foundation Premium Member Institution.
The submission process for prescreening requires a brief abstract describing the initial project concept, plus applicant contact information. Finalists selected during prescreening will then be invited to submit expanded, complete proposals for 2017 Innovation Projects grants. All proposals will be submitted online for both the prescreening and final application processes.