ACE professional development opportunities are offered during the year via SIG sponsored webinars and also face to face at annual meetings. The following is a list of webinars offered by and/or for ACE members in partnership with the national eXtension initiative. The recordings and many more professional development opportunities are available at learn.extension.org.
If you know of other webinar recordings that should be added to this list, please contact ACE Professional Development Director.
Mary F. Wirth, ACE Learning Community director, and Jon Emigh, Associate Director of Business Operations for the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences. Part 2 of a 2-part series on program support projects happening in Virginia and Pennsylvania. If interested, participate in Part 1 from November 2, Extension21 – Support Modernization for Virginia Cooperative Extension. Audience: Extension directors, administrators, communication professionals, program teams and anyone else interested. Learn more and participate here: learn.extension.org/events/2868
Award-winning Photographer Scott Stebner presents a one-hour workshop on his experience with RAW workflow, exporting to Photoshop, and non-destructive photo editing techniques. This webinar is aimed at those who are experienced in Photoshop, but valuable info is here for all. Especially the tip about how to post high quality photos on Facebook!
You want to branch out to include simple video production in your skill set? Want to be able to use your laptop, iPhone, or iPad to edit short, simple, but effective videos? If so, this webinar is for you. We’ll share the basics of video editing that are applicable across all platforms, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. We’ll discuss tips for beginners on capturing good video, “shooting for the edit” to build a more powerful visual story, and demonstrate the actual editing process including iMovie (for iPhone, mac, and iPad) Windows Moviemaker, and the basics of Adobe Premiere Pro. Presenters: Susie Hutton, Colorado State University, and Jeff Hino, Oregon State University