Repackaging as a Strategy to Increase Efficiency in Extension Programs
A representation of the potential reach of the research invested in one email when repackaged for various audiences.
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Sanagorski, Laura. 2013. “Repackaging As a Strategy to Increase Efficiency in Extension Programs: AEC492/WC155, 10/2013”. EDIS 2013 (10). Gainesville, FL.


Repackaging is a way to reuse the research and writing one has done on a particular topic by formatting it in multiple formats for several audiences. It can be used as a strategy to reach a greater variety of audiences with fewer resources. This 3-page fact sheet was written by Laura A. Sanagorski, and published by the UF Department of Agricultural Education and Communication, October 2013.
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