Walther, J. C., PytlikZillig, L. M., Detweiler, C., & Houston, A. (2019). How people make sense of drone technology used for atmospheric science (and other purposes). Journal of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems. 7(3), 219-234, https://doi.org/10.1139/juvs-2019-0003.
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After more than twenty years working to improve communities around Nebraska, the Public Policy Center is proud to share some of the work we do around the state in a brand new promotional video.
Development of a Driver License Vendor Request for Proposals for the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for administering Nebraska’s identification and licensing for driver permits, operator licenses, commercial driver license, and state identification, for over 500,000 persons each year. The contract for a major component of the system was expiring, so the DMV asked the Public Policy Center to assist them in […]
A Drone by Any Other Name: Purposes, End-User Trustworthiness, and Framing, but not Terminology, Affect Public Support for Drones
PytlikZillig, L. M., Duncan, B., Elbaum, S., & Detweiler, C. (2018). A drone by any other name: Purposes, end-user trustworthiness, and framing, but not terminology, affect public support for drones. IEEE Technology & Society Magazine, March, 80-91. Doi: 10.1109/MTS.2018.2795121
Prompting Deliberation about Nanotechnology: Information, Instruction, and Discussion Effects on Individual Engagement and Knowledge
PytlikZillig, L., Gonzalez, F., Hutchens, M. J., & Muhlberger, P. (2017). Prompting deliberation about nanotechnology: Information, instruction, and discussion effects on individual engagement and knowledge. Journal of Public Deliberation 13(2), 1-31.
Exploring Reactions to Hacktivism Among STEM College Students: A Preliminary Model of Hacktivism Support and Resistance.
PytlikZillig, L. M., Wang, S., Soh, L., Tomkins, A. J., Samal, A., Bernadt, T. K., & Hayes, M. J. (2015). Exploring reactions to hacktivism among STEM college students: A preliminary model of hacktivism support and resistance. Social Science Computer Review, 33, 479-497. doi: 10.1177/0894439314546815
Center researchers, working closely with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services – Division of Public Health developed a Brief Evaluation Protocol for use in evaluating public health surveillance systems. Two systems were evaluated during the development of this protocol: the Nebraska State Immunization Information System (NESIIS), and the Adult Tobacco Survey (ATS). Public […]
Shank, N. (2015). Driver licensing services delivery analysis. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Public Policy Center. Unpublished report.
In this NSF funded project (DUE-1245679), PPC researchers designed a study consisting of a series of tests to apply to videos developed by UNL’s Department of Physics and Astronomy that teach basic concepts in astronomy and physics. These videos are intended for use in introductory undergraduate courses. Approximately 150 students participated in this study, which […]
The Public Policy Center was contracted to help to produce a statistical analysis of the net benefits and costs of the 2-1-1 Texas Information and Referral Network operations. Center researchers helped to develop a solid methodology to produce a rigorous analysis and report. Our primary contribution was in the area of assessing the relevant benefit/costs […]