The Value of Public Policy Engagement Programs

This webinar is part of the Strengthening Extension Advisory Leaders (SEAL) project, and this particular webinar will highlight the findings from a recent study on public value that was published in the Journal of Extension.  (See http://www.joe.org/joe/2013august/a10.php.)  The study observed peer-learning and networking opportunities as some of the most impactful elements in creating public value.  The findings suggest that programming that focuses on collaborative efforts holds promise for sustaining communities. For more information on the SEAL project, go to http://campus.extension.org/course/view.php?id=595.


Created by Eric Kaufman

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The Strengthening Extension Advisory Leaders (SEAL) program is now accepting proposals from qualified individuals to present 30- to 90-minute webinar courses. Webinars should be specifically related to SEAL’s mission of building and strengthening advisory and volunteer groups engaged in community education by sharing the best Extension research and resources.


The next review date for webinar proposals is August 1, 2014.  For full details, visit the RFP submission form here: http://tinyurl.com/SEALcall

Thumb_kaufman-sq_web_res_3-3-2011 Eric Kaufman

over 3 years ago

If you would like to guide and contribute to future SEAL program efforts, please email me at ekk@vt.edu

Thumb_kaufman-sq_web_res_3-3-2011 Eric Kaufman

almost 4 years ago

Check out the next SEAL webinar at https://learn.extension.org/events/1465

Thumb_kaufman-sq_web_res_3-3-2011 Eric Kaufman

almost 4 years ago

Looking forward to hearing you Bev and Wilson.

Avatar_placeholder Karma Metzgar

almost 4 years ago

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