Recent Submissions

  • Surveys and Other Methods in Action Research 

    Buckland, Jerry (2022-02-02)
    This session presented by Dr. Jerry Buckland focused on providing insight into how to conduct action-oriented research (ARM) and surveys. It looked at how ARM is an approach to research that seeks to inform effective action. ...
  • Finding Reliable Information: Beyond the Paywall 

    Selman, Brianne (2021-10-20)
    Learn how and where to find free Open Access research that is scholarly and trustworthy. Explore searching tips and tools for finding appropriate and relevant articles and publications.
  • Qualitative Interviewing and Transcription: The Things We Wish We Knew Before We Started! 

    Dengate, Jennifer; Cooper, Sarah (Community-Based Research Training Centre, 2021-04-23)
    It’s just a conversation, right? Wrong. An interview is SO much more… In this hands-on workshop, two experienced interviewers from city planning and sociology will highlight the practical skills that are needed to conduct ...
  • Community-Based Research and Ethics: From Ethics Forms to Honouring Relations 

    Kerr, Jeannie (Community-Based Research Training Centre (Winnipeg, Manitoba), 2021-03-31)
    What is ethical in research and what are our responsibilities as researchers? Unless you have designed a research project and completed ethics requirements yourself it may be difficult to know how the process works, ...
  • A Panel discussion on Community-Based Research 

    Mallett, Kathy; Bernas, Kirsten; English, Lorie; Barkman, Michael; MacKinnon, Shauna; Perrott, Dagen; Kerr, Jeannie (Community-Based Research Training Centre (Winnipeg, Manitoba), 2021-02-16)
    Community-based participatory research begins with relationships. The role of the researcher in the initial stages of the research relationship is to listen. Although it might not always be framed as research, community ...