A team of educators and Web designers at Oregon State University developed a non-credit, on-line training module for the Oregon Master Gardener program. The project goal was to increase accessibility to the Master Gardener program and is the first step in developing similar modules for other topics covered in the Master Gardener training. The 48 Master Gardener participants felt the module was a useful training tool. They also noted that the convenience of completing the material at their own pace and during a time that fit into their schedule made this type of training tool useful to them.
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VanDerZanden, A. M., Rost, B., & Eckel, R. (2002). Basic Botany On-Line: A Training Tool for the Master Gardener Program. The Journal of Extension, 40(5), Article 12. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss5/12