Technology is applied to an Extension education course. A grant was received to build an e-learning framework for Education 331. Instructor and staff created a learning environment that engaged students in field instruction. The course enhances students' knowledge of Extension, agriculture, and adult/continuing education. Educational program development and design are key content areas. Transition to e-learning frameworks included on-line course materials and class time instruction in technologies for content delivery in the Extension System. Students applied content and technology through delivering on-line in-service for Cornell Cooperative Extension professionals.
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Applebee, G., Martens, K. R., & Treadwell, P. (2009). A Long-Established Extension Education Course Goes On-Line. The Journal of Extension, 47(2), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol47/iss2/15