An educational blog was created for the purposes of extending learning beyond the reach of organized classes and supplementing the core themes of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program. Focus group members reacted to the format, content, visual appeal, and writing style of the blog and addressed their likelihood of reading the blog because of these elements. Their overall acceptance of the blog as a relevant source of nutrition information confirms the usefulness of this mode of social media for expanding the sharing of information beyond in-person interactions.
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Beale, T. L., Kennard, C. A., Dollahite, J. S., & Paddock, J. D. (2021). Day to Day Eats: Using an Educational Blog to Extend Nutrition Education. Journal of Extension, 58(2). Retrieved from https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss2/7