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Bridget K. Behe, Benjamin L. Campbell, Charles R. Hall, Hayk Khachatryan, Jennifer H. Dennis, and Chengyan Yue

location of residence and three related to education level. Participants who were from Ontario, Canada, west Canada, and Atlantic Canada were 7%, 11%, and 16% less likely, respectively, to have made an online purchase of a non-gardening item compared with

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William J. Sciarappa, Vivian Quinn, and Daniel L. Ward

students annually in these distance education formats. In the first year of concurrent class formats, the 2010 registration was 32 students in the web-based hybrid and 69 students in the web-based online version; a combined 102 students enrolled compared

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Gerardo H. Nunez and Mariana Neves da Silva

). For example, about one-third of all undergraduate students were taking online courses before 2020 ( Zimmerman, 2020 ). However, adoption of online education has not been even among disciplines. Online courses and academic programs in horticulture are

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Sandra B. Wilson and Luke Flory

cultivar. With the onset of distance education technologies, new approaches can be used to help identify plants by family. These online innovations not only serve to reinforce important subject knowledge but help meet a critical need when shifting from

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Michael A. Arnold, Mary H. Meyer, Tim Rhodus, and Susan S. Barton

valuable repository for online instructional materials that will be used in classrooms, laboratories, and outreach education by horticulture professionals and the general public.” The development goals of the HortIM ™ System were to 1) Inform authors about

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Tara Baugher, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada, Kelly Lowery, and Héctor Núñez Contreras

et al. (2006) reviewed andragogy principles that have applications to extension education and proposed an increased focus on experiential techniques that connect to learner experiences. Suggestions included case study simulations, problem

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Eric T. Stafne, Edward W. Hellman, R. Keith Striegler, James A. Wolpert, and Jean-Mari Peltier

instant surveys during webinars or other online presentations to gauge the success of the program and the impact of the education received by the student. These researchers also described anecdotal impact information given via social media sites maintained

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Chengyan Yue, Manlin Cui, Xiangwen Kong, Eric Watkins, and Mike Barnes

with excessive irrigation demands, what conservation strategies can draw households’ attention to the pressing need of further outdoor water use reductions? Education campaigns that engage the public on water conservation concerns are one of the most

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Ellen M. Bauske, Gary R. Bachman, Lucy Bradley, Karen Jeannette, Alison Stoven O’Connor, and Pamela J. Bennett

education must meet the needs of a growing constituency that not only desires, but expects to find all forms of education and information online ( Diem et al., 2011 ). One challenge for specialists and agents is to maintain scientific standards while

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Elizabeth T. Barton, Emily A. Barton, Susan Barton, Cheryl R. Boyer, Jim Brosnan, Paul Hill, Jared Hoyle, Judson Reid, Jamie Seger, and Eric Stafne

currently in place. Web-based distance education systems increase the reach of formal learning opportunities, while online social media applications make informal engagement with a broader audience easier and possibly more impactful. However, extension