On Line and In Touch: Meeting the Challenges of Communication for Extension Professionals
Ten years ago the Journal of Extension moved to an electronic format to better serve Extension professionals. A survey of recent JOE authors showed strong support for the Web-based format of the journal. Authors lauded the searchability of the database, the ease of the manuscript submission process, and their ability to reach their field-based audience through the electronic format. Some authors raised concerns about the credibility of Web publications like the Journal of Extension and about slow manuscript review turn-around times. The Journal of Extension has instituted changes to address these concerns.
Shaklee, H., Archer, T., & Glaze, J. (2004). On Line and In Touch: Meeting the Challenges of Communication for Extension Professionals. The Journal of Extension, 42(1), Article 2. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss1/2