Social media holds opportunity for extension specialists

Social media holds opportunity for extension specialists

THE use of social media in public engagement and extension is a relatively new phenomenon, and many scientists are cautious about using it professionally, University of California-Davis researcher Alison Van Eenennaam explained during the Extension Education Symposium at the 2015 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Dairy Science Assn. and American Society of Animal Science in Orlando, Fla.

Social media provides opportunities to reach a much wider

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