Research Continuity


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  • Research Continuity Community

    Welcome to the Research Continuity Community. Please contribute you ideas, experiences, resources, and questions for keeping your research programs going during the Covid-19 crisis. Please consider sharing successful protocols/consent forms, recruitment strategies, testing platforms, and study materials. Also feel free to discuss issues around keeping a lab going, finding ways to engage with research without collecting data, or any other coping strategies.

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  • Thanks everyone for your replies -- I had previously responded to Lupita and Candice without knowing that my replies were hidden from this thread! Don't mean to look like I went radio silent on such helpful suggestions. And Josh, thank you very much ...

  • Dear Yuko, An alternative to paying participants is finding ways to make engagement meaningful to them. Think about why somebody might be willing to do an online survey. I mean, people do these All. The. Time. for free. Can you adjust your design or ...

  • HI Virginia, My institution is also looking at adding a year to the tenure clock, which I'm pretty happy about. Not just because of the disruption, but it gives me some time to start some new COVID-19-related research that will take time to unfold (and ...

  • Virginia, I think there are many ways that people are dealing with. Some better than others. For instance, some people are postponing them. Not as good. While others are using Zoom to have a synchronous conference. I have heard of others proposing Go-To0Meeting ...

  • Hello Virginia, I think your university's solutions is wonderful. I would like to hear more about how it goes. Some in my institution are doing virtual conferences and some (like me) abandoned that requirement just for this time--sadly--because conference ...