4-H Volunteers Leaders recognize the importance of training and the need for continual education about the 4-H program. The challenge is to use the most innovative teaching tools to reach them. Online instruction is valuable in that it provides the medium and method for training more consistently, more regularly and at any time or place. In order to test the feasibility of online training for 4-H Volunteer Leaders, an Action Research Study was conducted. Results of the study showed that an online training is an acceptable method for training 4-H Volunteer Leaders.
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Kaslon, L., Lodl, K., & Greve, V. (2005). Online Leader Training for 4-H Volunteers: A Case Study of Action Research. The Journal of Extension, 43(2), Article 7. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss2/7