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Connect with colleagues across the developmental sciences. Collaborate, discuss, and share resources.

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  • Hi Lupita, That's great to hear! I will also be offering a small Amazon gift card as an incentive so hopefully I will get the response I need fairly easily. Thanks, Virginia ------------------------------ Virginia Tompkins The Ohio State University-Lima ...

  • Hi Angela, So glad my limited experience helped. Very challenging for sure. I am still trying to figure out how teach a lab class online. Breckie ------------------------------ Breckie (Ruth) Church Professor Northeastern Illinois University Chicago ...

  • Hello Everyone, I'm in a similar boat where I teach a course with a required 120 hour internship component. The main course objectives are to: Engage in self-exploration and professional role development within the context of a human service organization ...

  • Dear colleagues, Do you have predictions of the societal consequences of COVID19? We are seeking expert estimates (scientists, CogSci, CS, etc.) based on expertise or models for life satisfaction, affect on social media, race and gender bias, political ...

  • We are pleased to share some recent Spotlight columns written by current SRCD U.S. Federal and State Policy Fellows. Sarah Prendergast, Ph.D., is a SRCD State Policy Post-doctoral Fellow placed in the Office of Early Childhood at the Colorado Department ...

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  • Orientation to SRCD Commons

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  • Welcome To SRCD Commons

    SRCD is launching this site to provide new mechanisms for community engagement. As a first step, we are focusing on a set of communities organized around teaching of developmental science and Research Continuity during the COVID-19 emergency. There is a wiki-glossary for community definitions. Look to two "General" communities for discussions of this site, and a forum everything else of interest to our community. Don't forget to introduce yourself under the "Welcome" thread of the Commons Lounge community.