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4-H Online Record Book Webinar Part 2: Paper versus Electric. Presented by Steven Worker and Scott Mautte February 15, 11-12pm February 16, 7-8pm Yes, these webinars will be recorded. 4-H Youth Development Program. Agenda. Welcome & Introduction Background about ORB
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4-H Online Record Book Webinar Part 2: Paper versus Electric Presented by Steven Worker and Scott Mautte February 15, 11-12pm February 16, 7-8pm Yes, these webinars will be recorded. 4-H Youth Development Program
Agenda Welcome & Introduction Background about ORB 4hOnline Relationship to ORB Paper vs. Electric Personal Development Report My 4-H Story Annual Project Report Jr. & Teen Leadership Report Collection of Work End of the Year Approval Process Supplemental Forms Anytime during the presentation, please ask questions in the chat box.
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 13, 2012 10am: 2,184 people using ORB.
The ORB & 4hOnline Relationship DATA • ORB gets all its information directly from 4hOnline. • ORB uses the same login information that you use to gain access to 4hOnline. • http://ca.4honline.com/
Paper versus Electric, page 11 PDR Story APR & JTLDR Collection
Note We will be reviewing the youth member functions from the youth screens!
Navigating the Forms in ORB PDR APR & JRTLR Story (partial) Collection of Work Enter PDR categories PDR 7 APR E & I 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 8 & Enter Club Meetings and Project Meetings/Learning Experiences
Personal Development Report (PDR) Review, edit, or delete activities and look at star rankings What about PDR #1? That’s entered when the Annual Project Report is completed. Enter PDR categories PDR 7 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 8
Personal Development Report • Enter • General activity/event or club meeting • Tag developmental areas • Awards • Review • Star Ranking Chart • Club Meeting Record • List of activities • Live Demonstration #1
My 4-H Story Story Live Demonstration #2
Annual Project Report APR & JRTLR Enter Project meetings APR E & I
Annual Project Report • Enter • Learning experiences & project meetings • Income and Expenses • Honors and awards • Citizenship and leadership • Things made, raised, grown, improved • Review • Begin Annual Project Report End of year • Live Demonstration #3
Junior and Teen Leadership Report (JTLDR) Pre-Project Post-Project Live Demonstration #4
Collection of Work Assembled at the end of the year. (partial) Collection of Work Live Demonstration #5
Supplemental Forms Currently not added to the Online Record Book. These may be added to your printed Record Book.
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
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/ Completed: #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 Upcoming: #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