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4-H Online Record Book Webinar Part 3: Youth Functions. Presented by Steven Worker and Scott Mautte February 22, 11-12pm February 23, 7-8pm These webinars will be recorded. 4-H Youth Development Program. Agenda. Welcome & Introduction Background about ORB 4hOnline Relationship to ORB
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4-H Online Record Book Webinar Part 3: Youth Functions Presented by Steven Worker and Scott Mautte February 22, 11-12pm February 23, 7-8pm These webinars will be recorded. 4-H Youth Development Program
Agenda Welcome & Introduction Background about ORB 4hOnline Relationship to ORB Club Info Action Center & Hand Sparks Social Media Anytime during the presentation, please ask questions in the chat box. While we may not respond during the webinar, we will add to an online list for the ORB Team to address.
Request of all of you • Users help us identify bugs and places for improvement. • Your information/data is not lost, even if you cannot see them. This is exactly the opposite of how we feel!
WHY ORB? • Improved reporting system that will improve efficiencies • Makes data collection fun & uniform • Measures 4-H Impact • Helps Youth develop record keeping skills in a 21st century environment • Opportunities for mentoring • Extended opportunities for club members to connect with each other
How many people are using the system? • As of February 21, 2012 3pm: 2,255 people using ORB.
The ORB & 4hOnline Relationship DATA Name Clubs Projects Leadership Roles • http://ca.4honline.com/ • ORB gets all its information directly from 4hOnline. • ORB uses the same login information that you use to gain access to 4hOnline. • For example: If a project is not listed in ORB, likely it is not entered in your 4hOnline enrollment record.
Club Info Club Activities: General activities/events or Club meetings posted by members or volunteers of that club! Membership Roster: list of all members and volunteers in the club. (Adults are listed with an age of 0). Leaders: List of Officers and Adult Leaders in that club. (Information comes directly from 4hOnline.) Leaderboard: Lists most active youth in various categories. Live Display
Action Center Lists APR’s and JTLDR’s due! Area for member to complete (and print) book at end of the year.
The Hand Add this activity from another member in your own record book!
Sparks • The Sparks surveys are how we are measuring growth in our 4-H youth. • These surveys measure growth in key areas of positive youth development directly related to helping youth reach their fullest potential. • When youth and project leaders complete the surveys they add points to your Spark Score! • These points can be used to receive a special 100-year pin or a chance to win an iPad2!
Sparks IPAD Eligibility Youth Requirements • Complete all five baseline surveys plus at least one Bonus Score survey by April 15, 2012 • Complete all five end-of-year surveys plus at least one Bonus Score survey (the same surveys as baseline) by September 15, 2012 • Centennial commemorative pin • All members who complete the five baseline surveys by April 15, 2012 and the end-of-year surveys by September 15, 2012 are eligible to receive the Centennial commemorative pin
Sparks IPAD Eligibility Requirements • Attend Thrive training • Attend Rubrics and Thriving Conference Call Training • Implement and complete the iThrive Member Guide in a Leadership Project (club, county-wide or other). • Complete baseline GPS Rubrics and Contribution Rubrics on at least three youth by April 15, 2012. • Complete end-of-year GPS Rubrics and Contribution Rubrics on the same three (or more) youth by September 15, 2012
Social Media Update your club on what you are doing. Leave a message for another club mate or leader Add a photo or video of a 4-H experience etc. Promote someone’s post or comment on it.
Social Media • Achievements allow users to see everything that they have entered. • Club Leaders can see their club stats • County staff can see their counties stats.
Privacy Settings My Settings allows a user to set their privacy settings for the Online Record Book.
Privacy Settings Allows access for people with disabilities Allows a member to determine who in their club will see their posts Allows a member to ignore certain news feeds
ORB Team We are currently putting together a team of youth and volunteers to help: Create help guides for ORB Create & deliver ORB training mini webinars and video helps Revise, update and expand the ORB user guide Informational Conference Call will be scheduled in March for everyone interested. http://www.ca4h.org/files/134533.pdf
4-H Online Record Book Webinars These presentations will be archived for future viewing. For help, contact email@example.com Webinar Series for the 4-H Online Record Book http://www.ca4h.org/Resources/Members/RecordBook/ORB/ #1 Introduction and Logging-In County office staff version on February 8, 11-12pm Volunteers and members version on February 9, 7-8pm #2 Paper vs. Electric: Navigating the Forms in the Online Record Book County office staff version on February 15, 11-12pm Volunteers and members version on February 16, 7-8pm #3 Youth Functions, Forms, and Privacy Settings County office staff version on February 22, 11-12pm Volunteers and members version on February 23, 7-8pm #4 Project & Club Leader Functions and Approving Forms County office staff version on February 29, 11-12pm Volunteers and members version on March 1, 7-8pm 4-H Youth Development Program