|Title:||Technology Transfer Methodologies and Their Consequences for Rural Development||Authors:||Seong Hee Lee||Issue Date:||Dec-2003||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第107號||Start page/Pages:||61-104||Source:||Agricultural Technology Transfer and Its Consequences: Proceedings of AARDO International Workshop||Conference:||International Workshop on Agricultural Technology Transfer and Its Consequences||Abstract:||
Efficient transfer of agricultural technologies to farmers, which is the principal function of extension services, is a key for rural development. To achieve the objective of technology diffusion, effective technological information delivery methods, which are basically educational, should be found. There is quite a range of educational methods available for individual and group situations, as well as the mass media. With the development of electronics and information technologies, more-sophisticated methods are also emerging. The characteristics, and pros and cons of the various methods commonly adopted by extension services are explained in this paper to enable the selection of suitable technology transfer methods.
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