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Journal of Extension

February 2011 Volume 49, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The New Digital [St]age: Barriers to the Adoption and Adaptation of New Technologies to Deliver Extension Programming and How to Address Them

    Jamie Seger

    With the rise of social media and the need for statewide program cohesiveness, The Ohio State University Extension has the opportunity to position itself as a catalyst for technology adoption and... More

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  2. Extension Learners' Use of Electronic Technology

    Joseph F. Guenthner & Benjamin G. Swan

    Extension clientele use electronic technology for entertainment, communication, and business. Educational programs that use electronic technology can enhance learning. To learn more about use of... More

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  3. Preferred Educational Delivery Strategies among Limited Income Older Adults Enrolled in Community Nutrition Education Programs

    Stephany Parker, Laura Powell, Janice Hermann, Joshua Phelps & Barbara Brown

    The study reported here explored educational delivery preference of limited income older Oklahomans. Sixty participants 60 years or older enrolled in Community Nutrition Education Programs observed... More

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  4. A Survey of Educational Needs and Online Training Perceptions in the Wood Products Industry

    Henry J. Quesada-Pineda, Samuel S. Conn & L Scarlett Sanchez

    A sample of 651 wood products industries were surveyed to determine their educational needs and quantify their interest in receiving continuing education via an online format. In the survey,... More

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  5. Tips and Tools: The Art of Virtual Program Evaluation--Measuring What We Do with Pizzazz

    Walter Barker & Eric Killian

    Evaluating and communicating the results of 4-H programs are critical for Extension. The measuring of the goals and objectives guide the program. It helps with issues in Extension's accountability,... More

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