This applies to all eXtension user accounts which are available to anyone with .gov, .mil and .edu email addresses for no fee regardless of their institution’s membership in the eXtension Foundation. Among the most popular tools are:
- A question and answer application, ask.extension.org
- A listing service for online events such as webinars, learn.extension.org
- Publishing on articles.extension.org
Account holders at Basic Member Institutions in the eXtension Foundation also have access to our Zoom webinar service for public-facing events. In addition to Zoom, premium members have access to our Competency-Based Education Learning Management System (called campus.extension.org).
What this means to contributors and authors at www.extension.org sites
- Requires written permission from eXtension or third party licensors, respectively, to use any trademarks, logos, service marks found on eXtension sites.
- Reinforces the ownership of intellectual property published on eXtension sites as accruing to authors/contributors.
- Specifies that Campus is available only to eXtension Premium members and is positioned to collect fees for educational offerings on behalf of those members.
eXtension has changed. Today, it is a non-profit membership organization that’s an integral part of the Cooperative Extension System. We have a unique process called the Impact Collaborative for engaging Cooperative Extension professionals in designing and strengthening local programs and interventions to solve local, state, regional and national issues. We also have online tools available to support local solutions.
What do I need to do?
Where can I get more information?
A list of frequently asked questions and answers has been posted at: [https://extension.org/frequently-asked-questions-about-extension-terms-of-use/]
If those do not answer your question, contact Brenna Kotar email@example.com who will work with Chief Operating Officer Beverly Coberly to answer your question.