Extension educators today face several challenges in designing, delivering, and evaluating programs. Achieving successful program outcomes is becoming increasingly difficult. Educators must choose amongst a wide variety of technology and delivery methods, all while facing resource constraints such as cost, time, and materials. Educators require a tool that helps them to select delivery methods that achieve more successful program outcomes. We developed a conceptual model that connects the scholarly works of Bloom et al., Dale, and Bennett with over 30 program delivery methods. This article demonstrates the model’s utility by applying it to a past program on smoking cessation.



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