Considerations When Selecting a Delivery Method for Educational Course Design

Student Author Information

Isabella Hill, Clemson University, CAFLS Plant and Environmental Sciences Department Graduate Student

Clemson Extension Program Team

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program

Publication Date

Winter 2-13-2024

Publication Number

LGP 1187


When developing a course, instructors develop the goals and objectives considering their stakeholder base. With the rising interest in non-traditional delivery methods, instructors must determine which method best suits their content and learners. The selected delivery method can also impact the instructional activities for efficient and effective learning.In this article, we will explain different types of delivery methods for instruction and give examples of current programs within Clemson Extension.

Publication Type

Short Communication


Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension

Publisher City

Clemson, SC

Target Audiences

Clemson Extension Programs, South Carolina Nutrition Educators