Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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An evaluation of Come Cook With Us
Since 2006 the Peterborough City County Health Unit (PCCHU) has been operating a variety of cooking classes to teach new culinary skills and knowledge, and provide meals for citizens. The main purpose of these programs has been to play a small role in a larger scheme, to tackle issues of food insecurity and social exclusion within the area., 1. Executive summary -- 2. Introduction to the Come Cook With Us program -- 3. Defining and understanding the terminology. 3.1 Food security: Origins and implications. 3.2 Social poverty: Exclusion and inclusion -- 4. Methodological considerations. 4.1 Survey. 4.2 Interviews. 4.3 Participant observations -- 5. Findings and analysis. 5.1 Survey results. 5.2 Interview results. 5.3 Participant observation results. 5.4 Synthesis of results -- 6. Recommendations -- 7. Conclusions -- 8. References -- 9. Appendices., Ryan Kohls and Andrew Wells., Completed for: Peterborough County/City Health Unit; Supervising Professor: Chris Beyers, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references (p. 33)., IDST 422 - Assessment of Development Projects.
Artspace approach evaluation
This paper is the researcher's account of the Artspace Critical Publications Developer project. In order to foster an atmosphere conducive to the exchange of ideas, the purpose of the project was to develop a model for a critical written component of Artspace programming, and to expand to new audiences., By Jennifer Besner. --, Date of project submission: April 2002., ADMN 482H: Community-Based Research Project.
Assessment of programs and services provided to newcomers by the New Canadian [sic] Centre
Sophie Leger. --, February 23, 1998., CAST 477: Canadian Social Policy.
Best practices of qualitative methods of HIV/AIDS education prevention
Abstract -- Table of contents -- Introduction. Purpose -- Background. Reason for evaluation. Transmission. Thus who is at risk? Current behaviours and attitutdes of at risk population. Methods of prevention. Evaluations -- Methods. Data collection. Inclusion criteria -- Results. Guidelines of evaluation. Summary of evaluations -- Discussion. Implications. Limitations. Future research -- References -- Appendix 1: Preliminary table of evaluations discovered -- Appendix 2: Key informants contacted -- Bibliography., Tessy George., Date of project completion: March 30, 2003., Completed for: Charles Shamuss, Peterborough AIDS Resource Network., Includes: Methodology, research findings, recommendations., Includes bibliography (36-37)., Nursing 302, Community health nursing care.
Client demographic and community awareness of continuing education at Trent University
The objective of the research is to explore and gain a better understanding of the community's awareness and expectations of the Continuing Education program. The community's perceptions of Continuing Education will be investigated., Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Literature review. The changing face of adult learning. Structural approaches to education. A post-structural perspective on education. Motivations. Barriers. Demographics. Methodology for studying adult and continuing education -- Methodology. Part A. Part B. Limitations -- Results. Part A: Database results. Part B: Survey results -- Discussion. Part A. Part B: Discussion and comparison. Recommendations for future research -- Conclusions and implications -- Appendix A: Graphs -- Appendix B: Charts -- Appendix C: Maps -- References., by Leigh Little, Sarah Fee, and Lauren Cooper. --, Includes: final research report; literature review; appendix; bibliography., Completed for: Karen Maki and Melanie Sedge at Continuing Education Trent University; Supervising Professor: Steven Tufts, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Date of project submission: April 2007., Includes bibliographic references (p. 44)., GEOG 470, Geography, Community-Based Research Project.
Evaluation of settlement services
The New Canadians Centre Peterborough (NCCP) is a not-for-profit organization based in [sic] Peterborough, Ontario which seeks to assist people who have recently immigrated to Peterborough from outside of Canada. NCCP offers a variety of services to integrate and provide a sense of belonging to New Canadians, and also provides links to other organizations in the area., 1 Executive summary -- 2 Background -- 3 Purpose and scope of research. 3.2 [sic] Research questions -- 4 Research methodology. 4.1 Qualitative/quantitative integration. 4.2 Data collection. 4.3 Sample. 4.4 Client confidentiality. 4.5 Other data collection methods explored -- 5 Results. 5.1 What services, specifically, are being requested from the NCCP by which clients, and how often? 5.2 Which types of requests have [sic] NCCP typically been able/unable to meet? Do [sic] the data suggest specific reasons that [sic] NCCP has been unable to meet certain requests? If so, what are these issues? -- 6 Discussion. 6.1 Obstacles to service delivery. 6.2 Where are the men? 6.3 NCCP as a social hub -- 7 Recommendations. 7.1 Priorities for funding. 7.2 Priority resources to make available. 7.3 Priorities for professional development. 7.4 Priorities for community partnerships. 7.5 Other recommendations -- References., Matthew Robinson, Matt Taft, and Ryan Turley., Completed for: New Canadian Centre; Supervising Professor: Chris Beyers, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 422 - Assessment of Development Projects.
Evaluation report of the host program for the New Canadians' [sic] Centre
Background information -- Introduction -- Methodology -- Data analysis for host. Role definition. Specific cases. Ideas about Canadian culture. Recommendations -- Data analysis for client. Needs, motivation and levels of satisfaction. Language. Friendship and isolation. Employment. Perceptions of Canadian culture. NCC involvement in program., prepared by Vinita Ramani and Julie Archambault. -, Submitted to Sedef Arat-Koc., Includes bibliographic references (p. 43-48).
Partner response programming and the feminist perspective
by Samantha Gervais., Date of Project Submission: May 2012., Includes: 1. Observation analysis community research placement - Partner Assault Response (PAR) Program 2. Feminizing PAR feinal report and recommentdations., Completed for: John Howard Society of Peterborough., Supervising Professor: Paula Butler, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliography., WMST 4820Y.
Quantity of Rhamnus cathartica L. (European buckthorn) found to have a deleterious effect on vegetative abundance and diversity on the Lady Eaton Drumlin, Trent University
Acknowledgments -- Introduction. Geographical history. The Lady Eaton Drumlin. Invasive species. Rhamnus cathartica (European buckthorn). Description -- Purpose -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion. Is eradication of invasive species necessary/feasible? Regulation -- Removal methods. Uprooting. Chemical. Fire. Grazing -- In summary. Recommendations. Future studies. Additional resources. In closing -- References -- Appendix., By: Jess Bolle. --, Completed for: Trent Nature Areas. Supervising Professor: David Beresford, Trent University. Date of Project Submission: May 2012., Includes bibliographic references., Biology 3890Y: Community-Based Research Project.
Reassessment of programs and services provided to the newcomers by the New Canadian [sic] Center
Recommendations -- Introduction -- Question 1 and 2: How long have you lived in Canada? Peterborough? What country are you from? -- Question 3: How did you find out about the New Canadian Center and the services it has? -- Question 4: Are you familiar with the services that are, or have been offered at the New Canadian Center? If yes, which services have you heard of? -- Question 5: Have you (or your family) used some of the services offered by the New Canadian Center? If yes, which ones? -- Question 6: Of the services that you have either used of heard of, which ones were not? How do you think these services could be improved? -- Question 7: What are the 3 most important areas of service that the New Canadian Center should focus on in order to best meet the needs of newcomers to the Peterborough community? -- Question 8: Do you feel prepared for the job market? Do you understand the steps and skills needed to get a job? -- Question 9: What types of services would you like the New Canadian Center to offer in order to assist you (and your family)? -- Question 10: Would you like to volunteer in any way at the New Canadian Center? -- Conclusion -- Appendix., Carol Sparks. --, April 23, 1999., NAST 381a : Theory of Community Based Research.
To seed or not to seed
Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- Introduction. About the evaluation. Research questions -- Methodology. One-on-one interview questionnaires. Focus group. Open-ended YWCA staff interview -- Observations and analysis. One-on-one interview questionnaires. Focus group. Open-ended YWCA staff interview -- Conclusions -- Recommendations -- Appendix., Bethany Or and Gloria Carrion, Completed for: YWCA; Supervising professor: Daniel Powell, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., IDST 422.
Volunteer Bureau assessment report
by Heather Stewart and Kasia Kalat ; for the Community Counselling and Resource Centre. --, Date of project submission: April 2002., CDST 422.

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