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Extension Behavior Change: Evaluating Individual Contact Teaching

Many horticultural Extension professionals conduct numerous consulting phone calls, emails, office visits, and site visits to solve landscape-related problems and concerns. These individual teaching methods are valuable to clients, but can be challenging to evaluate. The goal of this webinar is to present strategies for measuring behavior change as a result of landscape site visits and individual consultations in Extension programming.

The speaker, Dr. Laura Warner will present participants with an overview of suggested strategies. Participants will have the opportunity to share additional methods used in their individual programs and will play a role in planning for future trainings on this topic.

Logon to the webinar 10 minutes ahead of time at http://ufifas.adobeconnect.com/clce/ to check your connection and speakers.

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