Using webcasts to highlight air quality research

R. Stowell, J. Heemstra, D. Schulte, R. Sheffield, K. Janni, Eileen Fabian

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Abstract

Eleven web-based seminars addressing air quality topics in animal agriculture have been broadcast to a national audience over the past two years as part of an ongoing USDA NIFA-funded effort referred to as the Air Quality Education for Animal Agriculture (AQEAA) project. AQEAA's goal is that many people will use the science-based resources developed in the project to make well-informed decisions about air quality matters, especially when considering and implementing new practices or policies. The purpose of the webinars is to expose livestock industry stakeholders and air quality policymakers to research expertise in air quality topics of concern. On average, about 100 'attendees' participate in the live broadcasts, with 3-5 times this number accessing the archived webcasts. Webcast attendees are generally 'multipliers' who interact with and influence a number of producers. Feedback from attendees indicates that the webinars suit the target audience's desire for useful information that is readily accessible and fairly easy to understand.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010
Pages221-225
Number of pages5
StatePublished - Dec 1 2010
EventInternational Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010 - Dallas, TX, United States
Duration: Sep 13 2010Sep 16 2010

Publication series

NameASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010

Other

OtherInternational Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010
CountryUnited States
CityDallas, TX
Period9/13/109/16/10

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Webcasts
air quality
Air quality
Air
Research
Agriculture
Animals
agriculture
United States Department of Agriculture
multipliers
livestock and meat industry
animal
Livestock
Technical presentations
USDA
stakeholders
Farms
livestock
education
animals

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Pollution
  • Waste Management and Disposal

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Stowell, R., Heemstra, J., Schulte, D., Sheffield, R., Janni, K., & Fabian, E. (2010). Using webcasts to highlight air quality research. In ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010 (pp. 221-225). (ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010).
Stowell, R. ; Heemstra, J. ; Schulte, D. ; Sheffield, R. ; Janni, K. ; Fabian, Eileen. / Using webcasts to highlight air quality research. ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010. 2010. pp. 221-225 (ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010).
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Using webcasts to highlight air quality research. / Stowell, R.; Heemstra, J.; Schulte, D.; Sheffield, R.; Janni, K.; Fabian, Eileen.

ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010. 2010. p. 221-225 (ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010).

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Stowell R, Heemstra J, Schulte D, Sheffield R, Janni K, Fabian E. Using webcasts to highlight air quality research. In ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010. 2010. p. 221-225. (ASABE - International Symposium on Air Quality and Waste Management for Agriculture 2010).