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Delivering Secure CEU Training Utilizing Zoom

PI286/PI286 by Brett W. Bultemeier and Michelle AtkinsonSeptember 8, 2020

Engaging Learners via Live Online Learning

WC395/AEC734by Taylor Nash and Megan S. CantrellAugust 16, 2021The explosion of virtual training and education has created opportunities for interactions far beyond what is available in a face-to-face environment. However, easier access to individuals comes with unforeseen challenges in creating an environment that fosters genuine engagement. This new publication includes engagement strategies for the Extension environment as well as the virtual classroom of traditional education. Written by Taylor Nash and Megan Cantrell; 3 pp.

Instructional Methods for Distance Education

WC026/AEC 345 by Ricky W. TelgOctober 3, 2018

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Helping Your Child Have Success as a Virtual Student

Shawn JacksonSeptember 17th, 2020More than likely, if you are the parent of a school age child, you have been introduced to online learning in 2020. While having its benefits, online learning can certainly present its challenges. For a child to be successful learning virtually, there are certain tips parents and student should follow as well as be aware […]

UF Students Design Corn Maze for Plant City Family Farm

Kim ScottoOctober 9th, 2019By Kim Scotto-Kelley GAINESVILLE, Fla. — For the second year in a row, students in the UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) geomatics program are partnering with a Florida family farm to promote agritourism. The Single R Ranch in Plant City is co-owned by Carson and Janet Futch, both UF graduates. Each fall, […]

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