Municipal clerks and treasurers in Montana who participate in this course will discuss a book helpful to their jobs.  For more information or to enroll please contact: Tara Mastel at tara.mastel@montana.edu or Ashley Kent at Ashleykent@montana.edu, at Montana State University.

Municipal clerks and treasurers in Montana who take this course will participate in assessments for each of the sessions held during Municipal Institute 2017. For more information or to enroll contact Ashley Kent, ashleykent@montana.edu, at Montana State University.

This self-paced course highlights new features in Moodle and provides links and videos for additional instruction and information. Additional videos and self-help resources are available at https://www.youtube.com/user/moodlehq

For assistance contact campushelp@extension.org

Becoming a Brand Ambassador is a self-paced course developed with the support of the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) and the National Extension Directors and Administrators.

By the end of this course students will be able to:
  • Compare brand communications and brand meaning.
  • Explain the importance of branding in Extension.
  • Articulate Extension’s Brand Promise.
  • Communicate their own Brand Story.

This is a set of forums designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas, questions, and suggestions among all those who are involved in the development, teaching, grading, delivering, and supporting online courses hosted at eXtension's online campus.  For questions about enrolling in this course or its purpose, please contact Dr. Larry Lippke, llippke@extension.org.

Communicating Across Cultures is a blended course designed for the public. Participants will gain an understanding of what diversity is, why it's important, and how awareness can impact your life and those who are around you in a positive way from taking this course. 

Course fee:  $50  Click here to purchase and enroll in the course.


For more information or to enroll please contact Dr. Pamala Morris, Purdue University, at pmorris@purdue.edu

The focus of the course is interpersonal relations.  The audience will learn about culture, dealing with bias, workplace discrimination, and size discrimination.

Course fee:  $50  Click here to purchase and enroll in the course.


For more information or to enroll please contact Pamala Morris, Purdue University, pmorris@purdue.edu

Extension professionals, university faculty and staff, and the general public will learn about the concept of oppression in the United states.  Immigration, race and religion will be looked at through the lens of of oppression with a historical perspective.

Course fee:  $50  Click here to purchase and enroll in this course.

For more information contact Pamala Morris, Purdue Extension, pmorris@purdue.edu

For technical assistance please contact campushelp@extension.org

Your work benefits the local and global communities, the economy, the environment and more. Learn to communicate your impact and help your organization be sustainable.  Impact statements are useful tools for nonprofit groups and for Extension researchers, educators and communicators. This course gives you the tools to learn what impact statements are, how to write them, where to market them and how they can help your organization.  

The online Impact Statement Reporting course combines the best practices from educators nation-wide who have been conducting impact-writing training for decades. The online format ensures consistency across trainings, provides ease of use for people with busy schedules and allows for greater accessibility. The course contains examples, resources, readings and assessments to help you become an impact statement expert.

Thank you to the office of Professional and Continuing Education at Oregon State University for designing this course and developing all the content and video you will find here.  If you have any problems navigating this course, contact the eXtension Campus help desk, campushelp@extension.org.

Free enrollment is granted to faculty and staff of eXtension member institutions.  Others may access this course for an $80 fee.  To enroll, select the relevant button below:



On this page you will be able to retrieve the information needed for enrolling in the full course on Impact Statement Reporting. If you already have set up an account on this site, click the Continue button below and proceed with entering your ID (or email address) and password.  If you have NOT set up an account on this site, click that Continue button and click the link to create a new account.  After responding to a verification email, you can return to this page. 

Please understand that the fact that you have an eXtension ID does not mean you have an account on this site. They are not tied together, so your login on this site are not automatically the same as your eXtension ID and password. When you create your account on campus.extension.org we do recommend you use the same login to make it easier to remember, however. 

Your work benefits the local and global communities, the economy, the environment and more. Learn to communicate your impact and help your organization be sustainable. 

Impact statements are useful tools for nonprofit groups and for Extension researchers, educators and communicators. This course gives you the tools to learn what impact statements are, how to write them, where to market them and how they can help your organization.  

The online Impact Statement Reporting course combines the best practices from educators nation-wide who have been conducting impact-writing training for decades. The online format ensures consistency across trainings, provides ease of use for people with busy schedules and allows for greater accessibility. The course contains examples, resources, readings and assessments to help you become an impact statement expert.

This is a short introduction to Facebook, which learners are free to go through on their own. After taking this course users will understand what Facebook is and how it can be used.

This is a short introduction to Twitter, which learners are free to go through on their own. After taking this course users will better understand what Twitter is and how it can be used.

This is a course that quickly showcases some tools that can be used to repurpose PowerPoint presentations into flash, a format that works well in moodle. For assistance or more information contact moodlehelp@extension.org or contact Jennifer Jahedkar, eLearning Specialist, Texas AgriLife Extension.

The Strengthening Extension Advisory Leaders (SEAL) program is targeted for advisory leader volunteers and those that work directly with them.Volunteers that support Extension (a.k.a. Advisory Leaders) ensure Extension’s future by making sure Extension programs are relevant and responsive to the needs of citizens.By partnering with Cooperative Extension and assisting with marketing, programming, and advocacy efforts, volunteers have proven to be an invaluable part of our organization.The SEAL program works to continue developing new curriculum and related resources to support volunteer involvement.

For more information contact Todd Hurt, University of Georgia, thurt@uga.edu

For technical assistance please contact campushelp@extension.org

For more information contact Todd Hurt, University of Georgia, thurt@uga.edu

For technical assistance please contact campushelp@extension.org

In this course, teams will learn how to prepare educational messages and develop various tools to carry out those messages to targeted audiences.

For more information or assistance, contact Bob Bertsch, robert.bertsch@ndsu.edu, or Becky Koch, becky.koch@ndsu.edu