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What Is Integrated Programming?

University of Maine Cooperative Extension is taking an integrated approach to educational program development with the Internet being the primary platform for outreach. The resulting educational outreach is a blend of asynchronous programming that is accessible to participants at times of their choosing, combined with live events that occur through the Internet, at office locations, and in the field.

Examples of UMaine Extension integrated programming.

Learn more about the Integrated Program Model: A Model for Programming that Builds Upon our Strengths and Embraces the Future (PDF), by John Rebar.

What is iPET?

The Integrated Program Enhancement Team (iPET) can work with you on your educational project to help

  • schedule, produce, and deliver your project in a timely manner;
  • ensure that all UMaine and UMaine Extension protocols and policies are followed;
  • turn your content into online publications, slideshows, web pages, interactive forms, and more.

We are here to assist with

  • effective communication
  • branding and promotion
  • technical advice based on current trends and user data
  • editing, copyright issues, citations, and permission requests
  • liability issues, ADA compliance, analytics

Getting Started

  1. Talk to your supervisor about your project proposal.
  2. Connect with iPET (extension.ipet@maine.edu).

Contact Us

You can contact iPET at extension.ipet@maine.edu. Members of the team include:


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