Recently, two Ohio State University Extension community development fact sheets were published on Ohioline.
- Tech Recipe: Starting A Scholastic Drone Racing Team (CDFS-1576), written by Meghan Thoreau, educator, CD, Ohio State University Extension-Pickaway County. This fact sheet provides a complete recipe, answering basic questions and providing simple how-to guidance, for prospective schools and teachers who want to learn more about what it takes to start a drone racing team.
- Planning and Conducting Effective Public Meetings (CDFS-1555), revised by Gwynn Stewart, educator, CD, Ohio State University Extension-Noble County, and Cynthia Bond, assistant professor and educator, CD, OSU Extension-Guernsey County. Public organization leaders and local government officials are often required to conduct public meetings for a variety of reasons as part of their duties. This fact sheet guides organizers, facilitators, and presenters through the process of planning and conducting effective public meetings.
Ohioline is an information resource produced by Ohio State University Extension. Through Ohioline, you have access to hundreds of OSU Extension fact sheets covering a wide array of subjects such as agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, community development, and 4-H youth development.