Orienting and training 4-H volunteers are critical to individuals and the organization. The two-part study reported here re-establishes the profile of the 4-H volunteer and evaluates both the format and content of e-Learning for 4-H Volunteers modules launched in 2006. Volunteers from seven states perceived that online modules made learning more convenient and flexible. Volunteers with 2 years of experience or less (84.2%) liked e-Learning modules regardless of their age. Although the profile of the 4-H volunteer has remained similar over the course of six decades, technology has successfully provided new options for reaching and preparing 4-H volunteers.
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Ouellette, K. L., Lesmeister, M. K., Lobley, J., & Gross, K. M. (2014). e-Learning for 4-H Volunteers: Who Uses It, and What Can We Learn from Them?. The Journal of Extension, 52(1), Article 11. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol52/iss1/11