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Wednesday Webinars

University of Maryland Extension

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 12:00 PM (EST)

Wednesday Webinars

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Type End Quantity
December 14: Creating a Farm Loan Package   more info Dec 14, 2016 Free  
January 11: USDA FSA Loan Programs Jan 11, 2017 Free  
January 25: What You Need to Know About the Food Safety Modernization Act Jan 25, 2017 Free  
February 22: Creating Effective Videos Using iMovie via a iOS device Feb 22, 2017 Free  
March 8: Introduction to Instagram Mar 8, 2017 Free  
June 14: How to Create Social Media Memes, and Other Photo Apps Jun 14, 2017 Free  
June 28: Can I Use This Picture? Media Law Jun 28, 2017 Free  

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On the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month

12/14: Creating a Farm Loan Package - This webinar will provide a basic overview of a farm loan package. It is a practical program with real-world examples and helpful tips. The course is directed to those interested in borrowing money to start, grow or expand their business.

1/11/17: USDA FSA Loan Programs - As a farmer, whether you are just starting out or have many years of experience, there are times when you need to borrow money to start, expand, sustain, or make changes to your business.  This webinar will explore loan programs sponsored by the USDA Farm Service Agency

 1/25/17: What You Need to Know About the Food Safety Modernization ActSince the roll out of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), there has been a lot of confusion about what growers need to do. In this webinar, Justine Beaulieu, a Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Educator at the University of Maryland, will be giving a presentation that will clear some of this up. This webinar will help inform growers about whether or not they need to comply and by when. It will also provide growers with information about training locations and dates, along with other useful resources. 

2/22/17: Creating Effective Videos Using iMovie via a iOS device
Learn how to do basic video editing from your iPad or iPhone using iMovie. We will cover how to add a title, edit out unwanted footage and add and edit sound. Although this is geared for iOS devices, the principles are similar to other apps.

 

3/8/17: Introduction to Instagram
Instagram is a fun mobile photo sharing platform that is also excellent for advocating for agriculture or promoting your business. A short PowerPoint followed by a live demonstration will be part of this webinar.

 

6/14/17: How to Create Social Media Memes, and Other Photo Apps
An effective social media presence involves using images. Learn how to create memes, which is simply text attractively laid across an image. Learn what photo apps help turn photos into dynamite digital messages that capture attention!

 

6/28/17: Can I Use This Picture? Media Law
Have you ever found an image on the Internet and used it online, in a presentation, on a blog or website? Was it okay to do that? We'll review the legal use of image copyright and provide sources where you can find free or low cost images. Learn how to protect, contribute or contribute your images. Learn how digital photos can lead to increased SEO.

 

Duration Approximately 1 hour

For optimal performance we suggest the following:

  • High speed Internet
  • Browser: Internet Explorer

Ethernet connection instead of wireless (wireless will work, but a hard line is more stable) 

 

Archived Webinars can be found at: www.extension.umd.edu/resources/webinars

 Thank you to our Sponsors~

 

 

Have questions about Wednesday Webinars? Contact University of Maryland Extension

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