Competitive events represent a major component of 4-H programming. These events are typically held in person; however, unforeseen circumstances, like the COVID-19 pandemic, have required Extension professionals to adapt these programs to virtual settings. This paper outlines some unique features of Qualtrics, a web-based tool commonly used to build surveys, that led Missouri 4-H to use the platform to administer agriculture and natural resource science contests.
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Calvert, M., & Peckman, T. (2022). Thinking Outside the Box of Evaluation Platforms: Adapting Qualtrics for Virtual 4-H Judging Competitions. The Journal of Extension, 60(1), Article 14. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.60.01.15