Evaluating and communicating the results of 4-H programs are critical for Extension. The measuring of the goals and objectives guide the program. It helps with issues in Extension's accountability, program direction, and even one's personal satisfaction. This article focuses on a quick, easy, and exciting method to conduct program evaluation using the InterWrite TM PRS system, which is one of the most powerful and flexible electronic classroom performance system that can be used in almost any group setting. It stores and analyzes data. It has been used successfully in a new 4-H Science, Engineering and Technology (4-H S.E.T.) program.
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Barker, W., & Killian, E. (2011). Tips and Tools: The Art of Virtual Program Evaluation—Measuring What We Do with Pizzazz. The Journal of Extension, 49(1), Article 27. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol49/iss1/27