Community-Based Research

"Community-Based Research is collaborative inquiry that is dedicated primarily to serving the research or information needs of community organizations. The Community-Based Research community-campus partnership includes representatives of the community organization, students, and faculty. These partners work together to address a community organization’s need to study itself (e.g., to evaluate a program) or to gather information necessary for organizational or program development (e.g., a community needs/assets assessment)."
Paul, E. L. (2006).  Community-based research as scientific and civic pedagogy.  Peer Review, 8(1): Retrieved from https://www.aacu.org/publications-research/periodicals/community-based-research-scientific-and-civic-pedagogy.

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Jodie Parys
Coordinator, Program for Community-Based Learning
Email: parysj@uww.edu
Phone: 262-472-5070
Location: LT 3130