Internet-based audio and video (IAV): a new resource for extension, teaching, and research

Ian Maguire


The integration of digital video and web pages has become increasingly popular in the past 3 years due to the availability of high-speed Internet connections, improvement of streaming technology, development of user-friendly equipment and software for production and editing, and free video hosting services. Internet-based audio and video (IAV) is a powerful tool for mass and specialized communication because content can be easily produced and distributed through multiple venues: websites, emails, and text messages. This rapid form of visual communication offers the possibility of a new resource for extension, teaching, and research at the university level.


digital video; internet extension resources; extension technology

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