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  • How to have a successful educational meeting on a public issue 

    Bevins, Robert J.; McNabb, Coy G. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Citizens have the duty and opportunity to help make many group decisions about complex issues. Group decisions are those in which two or more people have a voice or vote. The decision may affect one or more persons ...
  • Checklist for planning a successful meeting 

    Bodenhammer, Schell H. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Much time, energy and other resources go into planning and holding meetings. The purpose of a meeting should be to bring about desired change in a specific group of peopple or target audience. This change could be in terms ...
  • Videoconference : site facilitator's guide 

    Heisler, Joanne (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1986)
    "Experience and evaluation show that on-site facilitation of videoconderences, or videoteleconferences is critical to their success. (See glossary inside this guide for definitions.) More preparation is needed - because, ...
  • Creating a videotape for instruction 

    Wells, Judith A.; Sanders, Annette C.; Trinklein, David H. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1986)
    "Videotape provides some distinct advantages over other electronic media. The equipment has become more portable, easier for the non-technically trained person to use, and very cost effective when compared to 16mm film ...
  • Newsletter score sheet 

    Benedict, Linda (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1987)
    "How does your newsletter rate? Take a few minutes to score your evaluation of your newsletter. A perfect score is 170. Anything below 100 means you need to make some drastic changes. Look to see where you're strong and ...
  • Writing cutlines for photos 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "The cutline is the type beneath a picture (sometimes called underline or caption). It should give the reader additional information needed to fully understand the picture."--First page.
  • Preparing copy for newspapers 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1986)
    "How you prepare copy is important. Messy, hard-to-read copy doesn't stand much chance of being used unless the editor is short of copy. The best advice is to find out how your local editor prefers to receive copy. However, ...
  • Publicizing the event 

    Marks, Joe (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1985)
    "To publicize an event like a field day or a meeting, first consider who you want to attend. If the potential audience is small, talk to each member personally, call or write a letter. You can't beat the personal ...
  • Make it local 

    Shaner, Jim; Jefferson, Debrah (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1987)
    "Editors of most small daily and weekly newspapers say their survival depends on local news. After all, most of their readers can get national news from television or radio networks, national news magazines, or the country's ...
  • Righting words 

    Cooper, Barbara; Leslie, Phil (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1982)
    This is a guide to help correct common grammar errors.
  • Listening : our most used communication skill 

    Lee, Dick; Hatesohl, Delmar (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Listening is the communication skill most of us most frequently. Various studies stress the importance of listening as a communication skill. A typical study points out that many of us spend 70 to 80 percent of our time ...
  • Developing effective communications 

    Lee, Dick (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
  • Developing effective communications (1993) 

    Lee, Dick (University of Missouri Extension, 1993)
  • Speeding adoption of new technology in rural America : what sociologists have learned (1993) 

    Gwin, Paul; Lionberger, H. F. (University of Missouri Extension, 1993)
  • How to Have a Successful Educational Meeting on a Public Issue (1993) 

    Bevins, Robert J. (University of Missouri Extension, 1993)
    Citizens have the duty and opportunity to help make many group decisions about complex issues. Group decisions are those in which two or more people have a voice or vote. The decision may affect one or more persons ...
  • Videoconference Site Facilitator's Guide (1993) 

    Heisler, Joanne (University of Missouri Extension, 1993)
    Experience and evaluations show that on-site facilitation of videoconferences or videoteleconferences is critical to their success. (See the glossary at the end of this guide for definitions.) More preparation is needed, ...
  • Checklist for Planning a Successful Meeting (1993) 

    Bodenhamer, Schell H. (University of Missouri Extension, 1993)
    Much time, energy and other resources go into planning and holding meetings. The purpose of a meeting should be to bring about desired change in a specific group of people or target audience. This change could be in terms ...
  • Creating a videotape for instruction (1988) 

    Wells, Judith A; Sanders, Annette C; Trinklein, David H. (University of Missouri Extension, 1988)
    Videotape provides some distinct advantages over other electronic media. The equipment has become more portable, easier for the non-technically trained person to use, and very cost effective when comparted to 16mm film ...
  • How to Do a Newsletter That Gets Read (1992) 

    Benedict, Linda (University of Missouri Extension, 1992)
    A newsletter can be a wonderful means of communication. Research consistently shows people like newsletters. People like to get timely information tailored to their interests - information that is quick and easy to read. ...
  • Newsletter Score Sheet (1993) 

    Benedict, Linda (University of Missouri Extension, 1993)
    How does your newsletter rate? Take a few minutes to score your evaluation of your newsletter. A perfect score is 170. Anything below 100 means you need to make some drastic changes. Look to see where you're strong and ...

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