Extension Agent's Personal Characteristics Influencing The Use Of Video Mediated Technology In Teaching
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Extension Agent's Personal Characteristics Influencing The Use Of Video Mediated Technology In Teaching Agricultural Knowledge And Skills To Farmers In Homa-bay
The study assessed public extension agent's factors influencing their use of video mediated technology (VMT) in Homa-Bay County, Kenya. All the 85 extension agents in Homa Bay County were assessed using a structured questionnaire. The study found out that the extension agents were relatively young with a mean age of 38. The majority (61.2 %) of the extension agents had a Diploma level of professional training, while 35.3 % had Bachelors, 2.4% had Masters and 1.2%had Doctorate Degrees. Even though the agents had an ability to use VMT, their use of it was rated as low (mean of 3.67) on a scale of 1 to 15.DownloadViews: 14

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