Going the Distance Part 3: Teaching an Extension Course Using a Combination of Distance-Delivery Methods
Extension could rely more on distance education to expand its outreach with deflating budgets. In Alaska, where people are few and far between and even inaccessible by road, opportunities for distance-delivered outreach are particularly significant. In this article, we explore the efficacy of a mixed-method teaching approach that combined three distance-delivery methods: Elive, Blackboard, and teleconference. We share course impacts, completion rates, and satisfaction. We surmise that providing more than one way for students to participate in a distance course increases student satisfaction.
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Rader, H., & Gannon, G. (2015). Going the Distance Part 3: Teaching an Extension Course Using a Combination of Distance-Delivery Methods. The Journal of Extension, 53(1), Article 30. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss1/30