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Journal of Extension

April 2014 Volume 52, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Targeted Food Marketing to Youth: Engaging Professionals in an Online Environment

    Mary Jo Katras, Kelly Kunkel, Sara R. Croymans, Brianna Routh, Mary Schroeder & Carrie Ann Olson

    The use of technology provides unique ways to create an engaged online community of learning for professionals that can be integrated into existing and future Extension programming. The Targeted... More

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  2. Developing a Successful Asynchronous Online Extension Program for Forest Landowners

    Kevin W. Zobrist

    Asynchronous online Extension classes can reach a wide audience, is convenient for the learner, and minimizes ongoing demands on instructor time. However, producing such classes takes significant... More

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