Author Archives: Jeff Hino

About Jeff Hino

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.

Getting Started with Canvas for Extension

Obtaining a Canvas Site Through PACE This information is intended for Extension faculty who are using PACE’s Extension Enrollment system. Going through PACE provides you with access to the IdealLogic registration system. This is the portal through which your clients (non-ONID users) … Continue reading

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Hybrid Course Development On a Fast-Track

Here’s a very brief  DIY guide to building a hybrid course. It’s intended to give you access to some of the materials we’ve developed for the Extension Hybrid Initiative, and a few descriptions of tools and techniques. It’s enough to … Continue reading

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Hybrid Teaching in Extension- OSU Faculty Share Their Ideas

In this video, OSU faculty share their plans to initiate hybrid approaches to their Extension programming. Hybrid offers a new normal for lifelong learning, with the potential to reach new and wider audiences. It also offers efficiency, the capacity for easy … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life Of Blended Barb

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