Creating a Multilingual, Mobile-Friendly Website and Print Publication

Authors: Tamara Hill-Tanquist, Bryan Mayjor and Dio Morales, Oregon State University

The Oregon State University Extension Service has developed bilingual print and online publications to help Oregon Christmas tree farm owners and employees manage pests and prepare trees for export. If you are considering developing a website that is both multilingual and mobile-friendly, this blog post is for you.  The key features of the “Best Management Practices for Christmas Tree Export” website include a dynamic user interface and easy navigation

A Web App for Teaching Gardens

This guest blog post was written by Aaron Sotala, an instructional designer for distance education at the University of Florida, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. He specializes in web design and multimedia production. This post introduces a web app developed by UF/IFAS CALS to help environmental horticulture students learn about plants growing in two teaching gardens at the Indian River Research and Education Center in Ft. Pierce, Florida. The app consists of quick information sheets with photos of many

So, You Think You Want an App?

small pinIn Extension, our jobs are to help people get information where and when they need it, to help them integrate research-based knowledge into their everyday lives. So, it makes sense that we have so many great ideas for mobile apps. Mobile apps help us reach clientele in the field (quite literally, in some cases), and share the most up-to-date data. Apps can be a great way for our Extension clients to store and track information (as with the 4-H Livestock