The 4-H Cyber Fair was an attempt by Nebraska 4-H to create a new image at the Nebraska State Fair and to inform members, volunteer leaders, Extension personnel, and the general public about 4-H technology-based programs. The event featured more than 12 Web-based and 12 CD-ROM-based programs developed by and for 4-H. Participants included youth and adults. Some had never touched a computer before, and many didn't have access to the Internet. 4-H Cyber Fair was extended to five counties reaching under-served audiences. Outcomes included observations to assist future youth-adult technology programming.
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Fairchild, P., Vigna, D., & Fassett, J. (2004). Celebrating 4-H, Youth, and Technology: The Nebraska 4-H Cyber Fair. The Journal of Extension, 42(3), Article 5. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss3/5