Online Community Based Research Modules
Posted by on May 11, 2009
Online Community Based Research Modules Released
The Centre for Academic and Faculty Development at Douglas College has completed the first 5 in a series of modules that are designed for professional development with aspiring or active community based researchers. The module includes these video presentations, most from the CBR Symposium hosted by Douglas College in May 2008. Topics covered in the videos will appeal to both novice and experienced researchers. The modules address reasons to engage, evolution, current landscape in Canada, role of peer research and resources. One of the videos, “Peer Research 101,” produced by the Toronto Community-Based Research Network, was co-sponsored by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. For more information, visit: http://webster.douglas.bc.ca/cbr/ConversationsonCBR.html
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