The project described here allowed the author to investigate the creative skills and technological knowledge required to produce an effective and engaging distance education program. The module simulates a "traditional" classroom setting by synchronizing a videotaped lecture with accompanying PowerPoint slides. The product was evaluated with a test audience, which indicated a strong and positive acceptance of this format for Extension programming.
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Parker, R. T. (2009). Distance Education: Taking the First Steps. The Journal of Extension, 47(3), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol47/iss3/15