An interactive forest landowner short course was held in Mississippi in the spring of 2001. Participants evaluated the interactive video versus traditional short course delivery methods. Ninety-five percent of participants said that they would attend another interactive program in the future if given the opportunity. Technical problems were the main reasons cited for not preferring the interactive video format. Results indicate that several subject areas not currently covered in traditional short courses were requested for future interactive programming. Travel costs were significantly reduced. Suggestions for ensuring the success of future interactive programs are given.
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Londo, A. J., & Gaddis, D. A. (2003). Evaluating Mississippi Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners Acceptance of an Interactive Video Short Course. The Journal of Extension, 41(5), Article 11. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol41/iss5/11