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K-State Research and Extension
123 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3401
785-532-5820
srobinso@k-state.edu

March 24, 2020

KSRE Digital Delivery Video Course Now Available in Canvas

Submitted by Cheryl Boyer

Are you an agent or specialist looking to develop your digital programming skills, while increasing the impact of your programs? If so, the Digital Delivery Development course available in K-State Online Canvas is for you. Right now you may be asked to create more virtual programming; here is something to help you do this!

This full course is designed to build K-State Research and Extension’s capacity for nationwide leadership in digital programming that will increase engagement and have broader impacts among constituents. This course includes lessons, tools, and resources that can be completed at your own pace. Participants can return to and reference tools and resources for continued learning and in-the-moment aides while producing digital content. This course has no end date, so you will always have full access to the content.

From this course, you can expect to feel empowered to produce video for your programs, have increased program impact by conveying information in a digital-age fashion, and have an increased understanding of how to report and measure impact of your new-media programming.

Specific courses include shooting quality video with easily accessible tools, planning videos, editing with free tools, framing your shots and angles, recording quality audio and selecting music, adding text and graphics, final editing and posting video, tracking analytics, and increasing impact through integration of social media. In each module, you’ll find a brief video that discusses the topic, handouts, checklists, examples, and additional resources. In addition, there is also a discussion board available to share real work, show examples they have seen, and general communication among participants. Look for the course in the PEARS system as a professional development opportunity.

This course was created and designed by the Center for Rural Enterprise Engagement. To learn more about CREE, visit ruralengagement.org. To begin the course, send an email request to newmedia@ksu.edu and I (Cheryl Boyer) or our CREE intern (Allison Wakefield) will get you added ASAP.