Join us for a webinar about Incorporating Geography into National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) Analyses

 

webinar about Incorporating Geography into National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) Analyses

Join us for a webinar about Incorporating Geography into National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) Analyses 

When: December 6, 2022 at 1-2:30 PM ET

Register for the Webinar Here

The National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) provides a comprehensive set of pictures of the use and availability of early care and education (ECE) across the United States in 2012 and 2019, and in a COVID-19 Longitudinal Follow-up of the 2019 providers and workforce. This series (one webinar and two supporting interactive workshops) is designed to give researchers tools for incorporating geographic concepts into their NSECE Analyses. Using data from the 2019 NSECE, presenters will provide a technical overview of the role that geography plays in the NSECE sample design, the geography data available for research, and some examples of best practices when using the geography data. The training will also emphasize the importance of data reporting guidelines to protect respondent confidentiality when using geography in their analyses.

The webinar will present an overview of how geography is built into the NSECE design and data files, and the subsequent pair of 90-minute on-line workshops will build on the introductory webinar to provide more in-depth, interactive training. The subsequent interactive workshops will focus on 1) linking NSECE to non-NSECE data such as policies or contextual information and 2) using the NSECE sample design to define communities relevant for ECE analysis. Participants in these trainings will have an expanded understanding of the types of research questions that can be explored using NSECE data from one or multiple survey years, familiarity with geography-related variables in the data file and sample design, and how to interpret example geographic analyses appropriately.

  • 12/6/22    Webinar: Incorporating Geography into NSECE Analyses: An Overview
  • 1/24/23    Interactive On-line Workshop 1: Incorporating Geography into NSECE Analyses: Linking Geography-based External Data
  • 1/25/23    Interactive On-line Workshop 2: Incorporating Geography into NSECE Analyses: Defining Communities in the NSECE

Register here for the December 6 webinar.

More detailed information (and registration) about the Interactive on-line workshops will be available in December 2022.

Click here for more information about the 2012 NSECE methodology, sample, measures, and findings.  For additional information on the 2019 NSECE click here.

Hosts: Child and Family Data Archive at ICPSR, NORC, and the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE)

For questions, contact archive staff at CFData-help@umich.edu.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Nov 22, 2022

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