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Development Strategies for Online Volunteer Training Modules: A Team Approach
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Journal of Extension Volume 52, Number 1, ISSN 1077-5315

Abstract

Volunteers are central to the delivery of 4-H programs, and providing quality, relevant training is key to volunteer success. Online, asynchronous modules are an enhancement to a training delivery menu for adult volunteers, providing consistent, accessible options traditionally delivered primarily face to face. This article describes how Minnesota 4-H focuses on a team approach to the intentional instructional design process used to develop interactive and engaging asynchronous training modules for adult volunteers. The roles and responsibilities of the team members are described along with how this method expedites module development, increases quality, and minimizes costs.

Citation

Robideau, K. & Vogel, E. (2014). Development Strategies for Online Volunteer Training Modules: A Team Approach. Journal of Extension, 52(1),. Retrieved April 21, 2019 from .

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