Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection


WIN program evaluation
This evaluation has revealed that WIN has had a great deal of success and that it definitely warrants expansion to include as many elementary schools as possible. As the program expands, it may face more challenges that it did as a pilot project., Acknowledgements -- Executive summary -- Section I: Introduction. 1. Introductory comments. 2. Description of Kinark. 3. Description of WIN -- Section II: The evaluation. 1. Introduction. 2. Goals. 3. Objectives -- Section III: Methodology. 1. Introduction. 2. Background research. 3. Observations. 4. Interviews. 5. Focus group. 6. Written surveys. 7. Reliability of findings. 8. Lessons learned -- Section IV: Findings. 1. Introduction. 2. Staff. 3. Students. 4. Teachers. 5. Case study #1. 6. Case study #2. 7. Case study #3. 8. Case study #4 -- Section V: Recommendations. 1. Introduction. 2. Program. 3. Delivery. 4. Administration. 5. Priorities -- Section V: Concluding remarks -- List of tables. Table 1. Table 2. Table 3. Table 4 -- List of figures. Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3 -- List of appendices., By: Katherine Barron and Heather Walsh., Completed for: Kinark Child an Family Services; Supervising Professor Daniel Powell, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 422.
Redefining home
By: Jamie-Lynn Davies, Jillian Franklin, and Amanda Hafeli., Completed for: Community Living Peterborough; Supervising Professor: Sally Chivers, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., CAST 455.
Historical agricultural site research
Introduction -- Methods -- Overview -- Challenges -- Recommendations -- Research log -- Individual research hours -- Appendeces [sic]., By: Kollene Drummond, Jenna James, Kirsten Thomson, Derek Foley, and Daniel J. Bourassa., Completed for: Kawartha Heritage Conservancy; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., ERST 3340H - The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Peterborough Fesitval of Trees waste audit
The Festival of Trees is an annual festival that takes place in the Peterborough Memorial Centre during the holiday season. This year's festival opened on Tuesday, November 24th and closed on Sunday, November 29th., 1.0 Executive summary -- 2.0 Introduction. 2.1 Festival of Trees overview. 2.2 Festival waste. 2.3 Waste audit -- 3.0 Waste audit results. 3.1 Waste data by stream -- 4.0 Conclusion -- 5.0 Recommendations. 5.1 Obtain commitment. 5.2 Consult stakeholders. 5.3 Eliminate wasteful materials. 5.4 Introduce alternative options. 5.5 Promote your efforts. 5.6 Compost. 5.7 Have effective signage. 5.8 Monitor waste stations. 5.9 Avoid individual receptacles. 5.10 Monitor set-up/take down., Jessica Goodfellow., Completed for: Peterborough Festival of Trees Green Team; Supervising Professor: Stephen Hill, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., ERST 3830Y: Community-Based Research Project.
Public health
By: Laura Gray-Ellis & Meghan McOustra., Completed for: Trent Radio; Supervising professor: Ann McLeod, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community Based Education., 1 compact disc., NURS 302.
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.
Program evaluation of a minor sports council
The purpose of this study was to obtain the opinions of the members of the Minor Pete's [sic] hockey association primarily on volunteering and when to hold try-outs. An online survey was distributed to the 170 members of the association through an email link by each team's manager., Introduction and executive summary -- Survey methodology -- Results and discussion. Demographic characteristics of volunteers. Factors affecting volunteering. Benefits of volunteering. Volunteering barriers and demographic characters. Tournaments. Selected 'other' results -- Main conclusions -- Limitations and future research., by: Derek K. Olver., Completed for : Peterborough Minor Hockey Council - "Minor Petes AAA"; Supervising Professor: Alan Law, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., SOCI 358H: Community-Based Research Project.
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.
A view through the eyes of John Ball
This paper outlines why Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Policy (specifically "Bill 70" passed in 1978) was ineffective at preventing health and safety violations from occurring at a local industrial manufacturer in the city of Peterborough, Ontario between the late 1970s and mid-1980s. It begins with a review of the current literature regarding the history of OHS Policy and its impact in Ontario., Abstract -- List of key words that can be used to search for the report in an electronic database -- Acknowledgements -- Final report -- Appendix -- Bibliography., By: Patarapa Padungpat., Completed for: Occupational and Environmental Health Coalition, Peterborough; Supervising Professor: James Struthers, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., CAST 4770 - Studies in Canadian Social Policy.
Feasibility study on the programming needs of young adults with Down Syndrome
Dolkar Peljor., Completed for: C.H.A.N.G.E.S.; Professor: Jessa Chupik, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community Based Education., CAST 477.
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.
Neighbourhood history of poll 110
1.0 Introduction -- 2.0 Literature review. 2.1 Historical geography. 2.2 Urban geography. 2.3 Social geography. 2.4 Archival research -- 3.0 Methodology. 3.1 Archival research. 3.2 Fieldwork. 3.3 Maps -- 4.0 Results. 4.1 Martha Kidd historical description of the 10 chosen properties. 4.2 Analysis of the directories -- 5.0 Discussion. 5.1 Significance of the results. 5.2 Were the objectives met? 5.3 Challenges -- 6.0 Future research -- 7.0 Conclusion -- 8.0 Bibliography -- 9.0 Appendices. 9.1 Proposal. 9.2 Map. 9.3 Graphs. 9.4 Photographs. 9.5 Directory charts., by Amanda Sagriff and Kali Fitzsimmons., Completed for: Trent Valley Archives; Supervising Professor: Prof. Heather Nicol & Prof. Mark Skinner, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographical references., GEOG 470: Research in Human Geography.


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