A Webinar is a live presentation conducted over the Internet, allowing attendees to view the presenter's slide presentation or computer screen in real time on their computer desk top while listening to the presenter speak through the telephone or through the computer via use of a headset or computer speakers.
For more information about web conferencing and webinars refer to the June 2010 editionof ExtensionNet.
APEN Webinars have been hosted by APEN member Leanne Isaacson from 2016 to 2020. We thank Leanne for her diligence and volunteer assistance during this time.
The Webinars are now hosted on APEN Zoom and held on the third Monday of every second month at 2pm AEST/AEDT with Graham Harris as facilitator.
If you would like further details on the webinars, or would like to present or have a suggestion for a suitable topic, please get in contact the APEN Secretariat on email@example.com.
A copy of the recording from the webinars can be accessed from the list below or the APEN YouTube Channel
Please register by Friday 12 August 2pm AEST. The Zoom invitation will be sent to you on that Friday afternoon. WEBINAR REGISTRATION
2022 Webinar 5 - 17 October - 2pm - 2.45pm AEST
Beef + Lamb New Zealand
presenting: Supporting farmers – a New Zealand perspective of extension
Beef + Lamb New Zealand Ltd (B+LNZ) is the farmer-owned, industry organisation representing New Zealand's sheep and beef farmers. Investing farmer levies in programmes that grow the sheep and beef industry and provide sustainable returns now and for future generations.
Designed to take into account different learning styles and extension needs of farmers, B+LNZ currently uses a variety of methods to support change on farm.
Join the national extension programme manager Olivia Weatherburn & environment integration lead Sarah Crofoot as they share how B+LNZ approaches extension and optimises the way knowledge is packaged, delivered, and adopted for maximum value to farmers.
Hear about recent learnings and outcomes from in response to a changing climate and farmers needing to calculate their greenhouse gas number for their farming operations.
Please register by Friday 14 October 2pm AEDT. The Zoom invitation will be sent to you on that Friday afternoon.
The presenter was Megan Willis, Senior Extension Officer, Dept of Agriculture & Fisheries, Qld and topic: Extension with Direction: Developing a framework for consistent and effective extension delivery in the Burdekin Catchment
The presenter was Doctor Chelsea Jarvis, Senior Scientist at the University of Southern Queensland’s Centre for Applied Climate Sciences and topic: Communicating Climate Science to Different Industries
The presenter was Fiona McCartney, Senior Social Scientist, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland and topic, Drivers and barriers to drought preparedness and management: findings and insights from behavioural and social science
The eXtension Foundation team, Ashley Griffin (Program Manager, Impact Collaborative), Megan Hirschman (Partnership and Development Specialist), Molly Immendorf, (Impact Collaborative Lead Design Manager) and Aaron Weibe (Communications & Engagement Manager) presented Designing Extension Programming for Impact with the eXtension Foundation’s Impact Collaborative in the U.S. Cooperative Extension Service
The Wellness in Tough Times Nebraska team, Susan Harris, WTT Team Lead, Educator – Rural Health, Wellness, and Safety, Soni Cochran, Extension Assistant, Kerry Elsen, 4-H Extension Educator, Kayla Hinrichs, Extension Educator, Michelle Krehbiel, Youth Development Specialist, Brandy VanDeWalle, Extension Educator presented Nebraska Extension Wellness in Tough Times Project.