Cooperative Extension has actively explored new technologies as a means to provide education to its own staff and the general public. The study reported here concerned the development of a Web site used for Extension family resource management training. The study found that Extension educators use the Web for information and support using it for training. Educators appreciated having links that could be considered reliable and accurate. The data also suggest that such sites can provide a "refresher" to the in-service material, thus reinforcing the learning experience.
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Muske, G., Goetting, M., & Vukonich, M. (2001). The World Wide Web: A Training Tool for Family Resource Management Educators. The Journal of Extension, 39(4), Article 5. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol39/iss4/5