Now available through the UF/IFAS Extension Bookstore Growing Up Florida-Friendly: A Kid’s Guide to the 9 Principles of Florida-Friendly LandscapingTM. By Kim Pepitone Cottrell Illustrated by Evelyn Lavaughn Davis This colorful, easy-to-read book is the perfect way to… Read More
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Intended Audience: CONTRIBUTORS, MODERATORS Tip: Tracking downloads helps us to understand the type of content our visitors like, so we can produce more. All UF/IFAS T4 websites track downloads (doc|docx|pdf|ppt|pptx|xls|xlsx|zip) through Google Analytics.
TERMINALFOUR (T4) TIP 37: DUPLICATING + MIRRORING Intended Audience: MODERATORS TIP: Combining duplicating + mirroring saves time.
The purpose of the Florida Beekeeping Calendars is to provide beekeepers with a monthly reference point for managing their bees throughout the year. Each calendar includes a check-list for beekeepers to complete for each region of the state…. Read More
Intended Audience: CONTRIBUTORS, MODERATORS TIP: Cherry-pick what content automatically appears on your website by using blog tags and categories. EXPLANATION: There are multiple ways to add current content to your website automatically.
The purpose of the Future of Food Forum flyer was to grab the attention of potential attendees. The event was a one-day program on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville hosted by the UF/IFAS Institute for Sustainable… Read More
Intended Audience: Contributors and Moderators TIP: Incorporate web links when presenting lengthy web content Explanation: Many people access websites through mobile devices (smartphones, tablets). Even when they visit your web pages via desktop/laptop computer, it’s wise to… Read More
Intended Audience: Contributors and Moderators TIP: Consider target audience when creating web content to boost message effectiveness Explanation: Visitors to your web pages may not read every word published. However, they will scan to find information relevant… Read More
The Agroecology Systems Diagram was created in order to explain the relationships between agriculture, natural and urban systems. The diagram was created in a way that allowed it to be a complete image and well as breaking it… Read More