Research collaborations and partnerships are essential for early childhood researchers.
During a Dec. 5 NAECR Networking event, Jocelyn Bosley, UNL research impact coordinator, shared her strategies for coordinating research impacts, including the facilitation of research partnerships.Full Article
Establishing and sustaining productive research partnerships is critical for early childhood researchers, but these can sometimes be difficult to create.
A panel of University of Nebraska early childhood researchers and community partners from across Nebraska led a virtual discussion Nov. 17 about the importance of creating and maintaining research partnerships in the first NAECR Knowledge event of the fall.Full Article
The NAECR Policy Fellows Program is designed to educate early childhood researchers on policy processes, impacts and relationships to research; to provide policymakers with insight into the latest early childhood research at the University of Nebraska; and to generate collaboration among researchers and policymakers to develop effective research agendas that enrich early childhood experiences.Full Article
Nearly 200 attendees, including researchers from across the University of Nebraska system, practitioners, administrators, community partners and policymakers, gathered April 13 at Nebraska Innovation Campus for the daylong, sixth biennial summit, which highlighted the latest research to advance early childhood education and development, and implications for practice and policy.Full Article
The usefulness of Microsoft Teams, the main collaborative tool in the Microsoft Office 365 suite, was the topic of the Feb. 10 NAECR Knowledge event.
About two-dozen early childhood researchers attended the virtual discussion to explore the most efficient, effective ways to use Teams, a collaboration app that helps groups stay organized and have conversations from any device. The tool enables users to launch instant conversations, make phone calls, host meetings and share files.Full Article
With the widespread use and increase in popularity of the Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage service, the application is becoming a must among researchers in all disciplines.
Secure data storage — particularly the OneDrive app — was the focus of the Sept. 30 Fall NAECR Knowledge event. Early childhood researchers attended the virtual discussion to discuss the most efficient, effective ways to use OneDrive.Full Article