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Chrislyn A. Particka, Eric T. Stafne, and Timothy E. Martinson

Webinars are a technology that has advanced greatly among researchers and extension workers in the past decade ( Verma and Singh, 2010 ; Zoumenou et al., 2015 ). Various groups have championed its use as a way to conveniently disseminate research

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Ann Marie VanDerZanden

need, two online training programs were developed. The first was a set of 20 online training modules to prepare INLA members for ICNP exam. The second was a series of advanced training webinars that cover emerging issues in the green industry. Iowa

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Alexandra G. Stone, Danielle D. Treadwell, Alice K. Formiga, John P.G. McQueen, Michelle M. Wander, James Riddle, Heather M. Darby, and Debra Heleba

through webinars, broadcasts, short courses, “Ask an Expert,” and other interactive tools; 3) Community development. Convening a national web community of researchers, agricultural professionals, farmers, and certifiers at eOrganic’s collaborative

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Lucy K. Bradley, Ellen M. Bauske, Thomas A. Bewick, John R. Clark, Richard. E. Durham, Gail Langellotto, Mary H. Meyer, Margaret Pooler, and Sheri Dorn

of the American Society of Horticultural Science and a National Extension Master Gardener Coordinators webinar. This plan was presented for discussion and modification on 6 Aug. 2015 at the ASHS Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA, in the CHMG

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Bryn Takle, Cynthia Haynes, and Denny Schrock

modules and real-time Adobe Connect (Adobe Systems, San Jose, CA) webinars were not significantly different from each other. Although these methods were less preferred than the top three, more than two-thirds of respondents were moderately or very

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S. Christopher Marble, Amy Fulcher, and Richard Karel

continuing education programs have proven to be an effective way to reach green-industry professionals ( VanDerZanden, 2013a , 2013b ). Online classes can either be synchronous or asynchronous. Synchronous classes are live webinars delivered in real time and

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growth. Northern Grapes Project Webinars Provide Valuable Outreach Webinars have become an important aspect of extension outreach programs, especially for large research projects that cover wide geographic regions. The Northern Grapes Project (NGP

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S. Christopher Marble and Todd P. West

with technology: A case study of agritourism webinars J. Ext. 49 6 28 Dec. 2015. < https://www.joe.org/joe/2011december/a4.php > Serenari, C. Peterson, M.N. Bardon, R.E. Brown, R.D. 2013 The impacts of the great recession on state natural resource

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Eric T. Stafne

., 2020 ). Remote delivery via webinars has proven successful ( Hoke et al., 2018 ; Particka et al., 2018 ) but social media platforms can potentially reach more consumers. Twitter (Twitter, Inc., San Francisco, CA) is one such tool and it has been

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Sarah A. White

actions. Erin Yafuso presented “Coordinating water quality outreach to best reach your audience,” discussing how both the use of social media and traditional outreach avenues (e.g., biweekly newsletters with research updates, webinars, workshops, and the