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Phone Number to call in to talk with Brad: (646) 915-8158
The Ohio State University Extension Program at the Ohio State University South Centers is proud to present a weekly blog talk radio channel broadcast. Our co-hosts include: many staff members at the OSU South Centers.
We will be featuring Brad Bergefurd, Horticulturalist on May 7, 2013 Tuesday from 11:00 am to 11:30 on our BLOG TALK RADIO CHANNEL.
Planting Season for Vegetables is now, Brad has a lot of information available to you.
Brad will discuss:
· Frost and cold damage prevention tips
· Slugs and root maggots
· Maintaining vegetable transplants until soils are ready for planting
· Starting seedlings for plantings and harvests
· Upcoming farm and garden activities
Brad will also be able to take call-ins and answering questions
This is a program you will not want to miss.
Each year, new and exciting technology platforms become available that allows Educators, Business owners, Support Staff and people in general using information that can be accessible in easy and less constricting ways.
This week on Business Talk, it is our pleasure to feature Kimberly Roush, Educational Technology Specialist at the Ohio State University South Centers on Wednesday October 29, 2013 at 1:00 in the afternoon on our Internet Radio and Educational Access TV Program.
Kimberly is part of an OSU Extension resource-based pilot program with the purpose to increase awareness in using technology and at the same time, bridging resources of the OSU Extension programs to all of its staff and users throughout the State of Ohio.
Kimberly will discuss:
Why using technology is so important. Defining useful technologies. Examples of when to use specific technologies Resources and ways to stay updated. Kimberly has many years in working with a variety of OSU and other Educational Programs using different technologies and software applications. This is a broadcast you do not want to miss.
For a complete listing, See All Guests: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a-patrick-dengel
For the first time in since 2006, the Cougs not only had a must-win but for the first time since 2003, they actually won it. This week, they come home to Pullman for another must win against a more formidable Oregon State Beavers team. We preview this Saturday's sold out contest.
Plus, it's a distinct honor and pelasure to welcome former WSU quarterback Mark Rypien to the show. We chat with Mark about the program, his nephew Brett and his appearance on Golf Channel's Big Break: Puerto Rico
On the show, we talk about the monumental Purdue loss to Ohio State, including the issues that continue to plague the Boilermakers. And we look ahead to Iowa, which comes to West Lafayette next weekend.
Also, we turn to basketball, with Purdue having its second exhibition Monday night.
On the show, we take a look at the Purdue basketball scrimmage on Saturday, analyzing where the Boilermakers were most impressive. With the exhibition opener only days away, we will predict the starters and rotation.
Also, the Boilermaker football team is preparing for Ohio State on Saturday. We will break down the latest news coming off the bye week.
And we take your Tweeted questions.
This will be the third in our series of Fall 2013 BlogTalkRadio shows in conjunction with the OSU course Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Our guest today witl be St. Louis University Professor Jay Rounds and our topics will be identity and motivation. Please join us.
This will be the second in this quarter's BlogTalkRadio Shows. Our guest will be Dr. Martin Storksdieck, Director of the National Research Council's Program on Education. We will be talking about the role of prior knowledge and perhaps individual differences too. Please join us.
Based on more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit communications and 15,000+ hours spent utilizing social and mobile media, Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits is a comprehensive 256-page hardcover book packed with more than 100 best practices covering Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0 nonprofit communications and fundraising. From building your e-newsletter list to finding your "Twitter voice" to launching a mobile website and texting campaign on a small budget, this guide presents a step-by-step strategic plan for launching and maintaining successful social media and mobile marketing campaigns. Launched by Heather Mansfield in 2006, DIOSA Communications is a one-person company that specializes in social media and mobile technology webinars and trainings for nonprofit organizations. Heather's webinars and trainings offer practical how-to-advice and demonstrate live, in real time, click-by-click best practices that Heather has learned from spending more than 40 hours a week on social media sites for the past seven years. Originally DIOSA Communications also offered consulting and social media set-up, design, and maintenance services for nonprofit organizations, but due to the fact that in recent years Heather has become much-sought-after trainer and public speaker, DIOSA Communications has narrowed its focus to webinars, trainings and blogging at Nonprofit Tech 2.0.
To order the book click HERE
Heather's websites are www.diosacommunications.com/ http://nonprofitorgs.wordpress.com
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The Extension Program in conjunction with The Ohio State University South Centers is proud to present the Farm and Garden Radio Show.
We will be featuring Brad Bergefurd, OSU Extension Horticulturist with The Ohio State University South Centers on Jun 4 2013 TUESDAY from 11:00 to 11:30 on Blog-Talk Radio.
Feel free to call in and talk with Brad at: (646) 915-8158.
Brad will discuss:
- Expanding fall garden crops
- Succession planting for extended harvest
- Pests of the week
- Weed of the Week.
The Radio Show will live: Overview Promo:
We hope you will listen and call in.
This will be the Mountaineers second home basketball game. This game coming after the complete dismantling of Boyce College on November 10th. The Mountaineers will attempt to gain some new fans and re-energize some old ones as they take on OSU Mansfield for this years Homecoming Primetime Game.
APRIL 17, 2013 with Special Guest, Eddy Mansfield... Wether you were a fan of wrestling in the 1980s or not, you probably remember the name. Eddy has been around the block and through many alleys to get to where he is today. He has an amazing story and history in this business. So don't miss hearing it from the man himself!
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