Examining e-extension: diffusion, disruption, and rate of adoption among Iowa State University Extension and Outreach professionals

@inproceedings{Taylor2015ExaminingED,
  title={Examining e-extension: diffusion, disruption, and rate of adoption among Iowa State University Extension and Outreach professionals},
  author={Cayla Taylor},
  year={2015}
}
The purpose of this study was to assess the perceptions of eXtension held by Iowa Extension professionals and their rate of adoption of the online resource using Rogers’s (2003) diffusion of innovations theory and Christensen’s (1997) disruptive innovation theory. Specifically, the study looked at Iowa Extension professionals’ perceptions and stage of adoption of eXtension. The study also examined the relationship among Iowa Extension professionals’ background characteristics and their… CONTINUE READING

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