This article provides information and guidance on how to take traditional means of communication and information sharing and repurpose and digitize that content for the Internet and posting on social media sites. Suggestions and templates are provided from primary to secondary format development and how to then take those formats and adapt them to the Internet. Case studies and examples are also cited that highlight successful adaptation of materials and presentations to maximize programming efforts without adding to the workload.
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Franzen-Castel, L., Henneman, A., & Ostdiek, D. (2013). "Reduce" Your Work Load, "Re-Use" Existing Extension Print Materials, and "Recycle" to New Digital Platforms. The Journal of Extension, 51(4), Article 9. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss4/9