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The SEED Method: An Evidence-Based Method for Engaging Communities

The SEED Method is a multi-stakeholder approach to engaging communities in research, problem solving, and action planning. Developed at Virginia Commonwealth University, SEED provides a framework for collaborative research and action planning that can be scaled up or down depending on project resources and goals.

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Free online/in-person IST on August 8, an Introduction to Community Engagement for Technology Adoption

Caroline Nickerson ·
Please attend my event! It'll be fun 🙂 I'm writing to invite you to a free two-hour IST (with online and in-person attendance options) on August 8 from 10 AM to 12 PM ET: "Introduction to Community Engagement for Technology Adoption"! All are welcome, from anywhere in the United States. Purpose and Objectives: 1. To introduce Extension agents and community leaders to community engagement and opportunities associated with the multi-state, NSF-funded Internet of...

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