Welcome to JURE 2011!
The JURE pre-conference in 2011 will take place on Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 August 2011.
29/09: pictures of the JURE conference 2011
19/09: We would like to ask you to fill out the evaluation form: http://www.kwiksurveys.com?s=NLLNHO_6c96a1b4
25/08: We decided to be one big family and have one hashtag for all. #earli2011 will be the official hashtag also for this years JURE. Follow us @jure2011
25/08: We have just heard that in the last three weeks, the computers on the Exeter campus have been updated to run Office 2010. So, if you have Office 2010 you will be able to run your powerpoint without saving it down to 2007 version. Office 2010 should read any earlier version of powerpoint so if you don't have 2010 it should not be a problem
25/08: We added a page with presentation guidelines: http://www.earli2011.org/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=167. Guidelines for the discussant will be sent out soon and are also included on the presentations page.
24/08: On the submissions page, we provided some more info on how to create a poster. One link was broken. We fixed the link now.
14/08: The Final Programme of JURE 2011 is now online.
- Workshops are now fully booked. You can view the list of registrants here.
- We added a few lines about ourselves on the JURE committee webpage. Check it out!
- Also, you can find now details about the Pre-conference Dinner on the JURE social events page.
- the practical guide is now online!
28/07: Workshops are almost completely booked. You can still submit your preference, we will add your name on waiting lists which you will find at the registration desk.
26/07: We have 308 registered participants for JURE 2011 pre-conference in Exeter so far. Join the community via our Facebook Group JURE 2011 and Twitter
10/07: We are proud to announce that the following three papers have been nominated for the Best-of-JURE Paper Award:
Nicole Haag, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
(Co-Authors: Birgit Heppt, Poldi Kuhl, Petra Stanat, & Hans Anand Pant)
Paper: Influences of Academic Language Features on Differential Item Functioning for Students with non-German Home Language in a Statewide Math Test in Primary School in Germany
Catherine Gunzenhauser, University of Freiburg, Germany
(Co-Author: Antje von Suchodoletz)
Paper: How preschool children’s use of emotion regulation strategies influences subsequent cognitive performance
Mariette van Loon, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
(Co-Authors: Anique de Bruin, Tamara van Gog, & Jeroen van Merrienboer)
Paper: Children’s Relative and Absolute Metacomprehension Accuracy: Effects of Delayed-JOL and Sentence
08/07: Social events are now online. Check them out! JURE Social events
What is JURE?
The JURE "Junior Researchers of EARLI" is a network dedicated to the interests of all junior researchers of EARLI.
The term "junior researcher" includes PhD-students and graduates who have received their doctorate within the last two years.
The primary aim of JURE is to represent and support research students on matters that are of interest to them. Furthermore, learning and interaction among all junior researchers as well as among junior and senior researchers are significant goals for JURE.
JURE arranges meetings where junior researchers can discuss their research topics with other juniors as well as with seniors, and where they can attend workshops on various topics, for instance academic writing and presentation skills. JURE provides an environment where juniors can socialise and participate in a scientific community.
JURE organises annual (pre-) conferences that offer the possibility to meet fellow junior researchers from all over Europe, to exchange ideas and experiences with junior and senior researchers and to develop research skills in an international context. JURE provides an environment where juniors can socialise and participate in a scientific community.