Employing social media to engage youth in real-time learning is a growing trend. Although the use of social media by youth is increasing, barriers exist for Extension educators wanting to capitalize on youth interest in social media, including a lack of information on how best to employ social media in programming. This article highlights a teen parenting program's use of asynchronous learning through a variety of social media platforms.
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Allen, K., Jolly, C., & Barnes, J. (2016). Using Social Media to Engage and Educate Teen Parents. The Journal of Extension, 54(2), Article 5. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.54.02.05