Through focus group interviews, we examined the perceptions of Extension peer nutrition educators (n = 6) and low-income adults (n = 8) regarding the feasibility of an e-learning nutrition education program, titled Food eTalk, tailored to Georgians eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed). Findings indicated two themes: (a) Participants have regular smartphone-based Internet access, and nutrition education e-learning programs should be designed to match typical smartphone use patterns and (b) recommendations to increase Food eTalk engagement involve carefully selected content and consideration to mandate SNAP-Ed participation. These findings are informing user-centered development of Food eTalk and may be of use to others creating such programs.
Stotz, S., Lee, J. S., Rong, H., & Murray, D. (2019). E-Learning Nutrition Education Program for Low-Income Adults: Perspectives of Key Stakeholders. Journal of Extension, 57(1), Article 12. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol57/iss1/12