Computer-Mediated Needs Assessment to Identify 4-H Youth Curriculum Needs
Pennsylvania's 4-H Youth program faculty and staff participated in a needs assessment to determine priority needs for curriculum revision and development. The needs assessment process began with a computer-mediated discussion among a panel of youth development professionals. Statewide input from county Extension educators was obtained using interactive software on the World Wide Web. County educators reacted to the priorities identified during the computer-mediated discussion. A curriculum priority list emerged that is being used for resource allocation and curriculum planning.
Mincemoyer, C. C., & Corbin, M. (2001). Computer-Mediated Needs Assessment to Identify 4-H Youth Curriculum Needs. The Journal of Extension, 39(5), Article 12. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol39/iss5/12