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Online Learning Research  [4]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/194014

How can online tools be used in youth development programming? How can hands-on experiential learning be done online? Our Center is developing online learning spaces and tools for youth and adults that contribute to and draw from the latest research.


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Online Learning Preferences: 4‐H Volunteer Survey & Focus Group Findings

Robideau, Kari (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2019-04)
An online survey was distributed by email to a sample of Minnesota 4-H adult volunteers who attended one or more trainings, online and/or in-person, within 18 months. Following the survey, two focus groups were conducted ...

Webinar Evaluation Rubric for Extension Teaching

Matthes, K.; Robideau, K. (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2017)
This is an evaluation tool that will assess the effectiveness and quality of extension staff teaching. This evaluation tool will be used by practicing webinar facilitators who want a way to evaluate their work and demonstrate ...

Strategies for the Adult Learner in Non-Credit Classes: Building Engagement into Online Classes

Robideau, Kari; Vogel, Eric (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2011)
This white paper contains strategies learned by the authors, academically and through experience, about what it takes to intentionally create an engaging online experience with adults in non-credit settings.

Tips for Online Learning: Using Discussion Boards to Enhance Your Online Learning

Robideau, Kari; Frendo, Molly (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2015)
Cohort-based online courses often include a discussion board. Participants can interact in a discussion board by sharing what they have learned, expressing how they will apply the information, reacting to other participants’ ...