This survey contains general questions about the 2013 Fall Extension Conference experience. Then, specific questions are asked related to the conference content. Help us to improve your conference experience in future years. We take your honest and constructive feedback seriously. This survey is optional. Your reply will take about 10-15 minutes. The survey results are confidential and are not tied to your name.




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* Overall, was attending the 2013 Fall Extension Conference worth your time?

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* Did the content offered in the Fall Extension Conference (FEC) improve your ability to meet the expectations of developing programming that is proven, relevant, and life changing?

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* Rate each conference segment that you attended according to its value to you and your job using the scale below.

If you did not attend that session, please just leave blank and skip the rating.

  1 Not Valuable 2 3 Somewhat Valuable 4 5 Very Valuable
Association breakfast meetings (Tuesday morning)
Speaker Presentation ~ Chuck Hibberd, Extension in the 21st Century (Tuesday morning)
Institute staff meetings and breakouts (Tuesday afternoon)
Speaker Presentation ~ Faith Peppers, Communicating our Message (Wednesday morning)
Speaker Presentation ~ Doug Brinklow, Strategy & Communications (Wednesday morning)
Speaker Presentation ~ William Rustem, Accountability (Wednesday morning)
Speaker Presentation ~ Tom Coon, Communicating our Message (Wednesday morning)
Dean Fred Poston's lunch meeting (Wednesday afternoon)
Cross-Institute breakout sessions (various sessions Wednesday afternoon)
MCEA Auction (Tuesday at lunch and Wednesday morning break)

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* What did you think of the opportunities for cross-Institute collaboration at the 2013 Fall Extension Conference?

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* Which conference session did you attend during Wednesday afternoon breakouts?

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* How valuable would you rate the Wednesday afternoon breakout session you attended?

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* Tell us more about conference content. What can be improved? What was done well?

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