Nine (9) faculty members from CSU Aparri joined and presented their research papers during the 1st National Research Extension Development and Innovation Congress on November 29, 2022 via Zoom Conferencing Platform. Joining the parallel session in the Engineering, Development, and Innovation track are the teams headed by Dr. Billy S. Javier, Dr. Leo P. Paliuanan, Mr. James Karl A. Agpalza, Mr. Samuel Dave Y. Mabbun, and Mr. Rowell G. Viggayan. They presented the results of the EKSPERTO Project and the study component of ONEAPARRI Project - Analysis, Design, and Development of the HEROES App. Both projects are an externally funded project by the DOST-PCIEERD and the Local Government Unit of Aparri. Meanwhile, the research entitled, "Teachers’ Characteristics, Perception, Competence and Performance in Flexible Teaching-Learning: Inputs for Instructional Management Plan" has been presented by Dr. Arlene D. Talosa in the Supervisory, Administration, Leadership and Management Track. More so, Mr. Jesty S. Agoto and Dr. Billy S. Javier presented their completed paper, "Information Seeking Practices, Technology Awareness, Preferences and Media Use among Fishing and Farming Communities" in the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Education track. Dr. Talosa is currently a faculty member of the College of Teacher Education and the Graduate School, while Dr. Paliuanan, Mr. Agoto, Mr. Agpalza, Dr. Billy S. Javier, and Dr. Julieta B. Babas are faculty members of the College of Information and Computing Sciences. The 1st National REDI Congress, bearing the theme, "Research, Extension, Development and Innovation: Sustaining the Culture of Sharing towards Future-Ready HEIs", is organized by the Romblon State University.