Journal of Extension Publications, February 2014
Congratulations to our OSU Extension colleagues who have articles published in the February 2014 issue of the Journal of Extension (JOE):
- Katherine B. Gunter and Deborah H. John: "Feasibility of a Brief Community-Based Train-the-Trainer Lesson to Reduce the Risk of Falls Among Community Dwelling Older Adults"
- Barbara Brody, Scott Jensen, Robin Galloway, Shanna Hamilton, and Anna-Marie Chamberlain: "Ranchers Feeding Kids: A Multi-Partner Approach to Programming"
- Virginia D. Bourdeau, Robin Galloway, Mary Arnold, and Brooke D. Nott: "Impact of a Middle School 4-H Science Camp on College Aspirations of Alumni"
- Kristy L. Ouellette, Marilyn K. Lesmeister, Jennifer Lobley, and Kerry M. Gross: "e-Learning for 4-H Volunteers: Who Uses It, and What Can We Learn from Them?"
Did You Know?
JOE's current acceptance rate is 26.6%. JOE is a rigorous journal in which Extension professionals and other scholars can be proud to be published. For more information on JOE’s submission and readership statistics, see JOE by the Numbers 2013.
If you’re interested in becoming a JOE reviewer, review the criteria and application instructions found in the JOE FAQs.