This article describes how to evaluate the impact of a series-type Extension program. Evaluating program impact is essential for Extension accountability. The evaluation method described in this article is simple and effective in documenting the impact of one Extension program taught as a series. This approach can be used to evaluate other series-type Extension programs by modifying the behavior section of the instrument presented in this article to match the program content and objectives. This evaluation tool not only helps Extension agents document impact but also helps them to focus on the program objectives during the program delivery process.
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Jayaratne, K., Hanula, G., & Crawley, C. (2005). A Simple Method to Evaluate Series-Type Extension Programs. The Journal of Extension, 43(2), Article 26. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss2/26