Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Understanding and creating accessible playgrounds
The purpose of this project is understand and explain the importance of accessibility within a playspace in order to produce a resource guide on how to create a new accessible playground, or update an existing playground., Abstract -- Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- Table of tables & figures -- 1. Introduction. 1.1 Purpose. 1.2 Overview of approach. 1.3 How this project is geographically situated. 1.4 Key terms. 1.5 Structure of the report -- 2. Literature review. 2.1 An ableist culture. 2.2 Barriers to accessibility. 2.3 Financial considerations. 2.4 Effects of inaccessibility. 2.5 Elements of integration. 2.6 Equipment and standards. 2.7 Discussion -- Methodology. 3.1 Study area. 3.2 Environmental scan. 3.3 Interviews. 3.4 Playground audits -- 4. Results. 4.1 Environmental scan. 4.2 Interviews. 4.3 Playground audits -- 5. Discussion. 5.1 Importance of play. 5.2 Barrier-free society. 5.3 Sources of founding. 5.4 Understanding barriers to accessibility. 5.5 Limitations to the study. 5.6 Contributions to research. 5.7 Concluding comments -- 6. References -- Appendices., by: Lindsay Morey & Lindsay Taylor. --, Completed for: Deb Heslinga at the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland School Board; Supervisor: Mark Skinner, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-based education., Date of project submission: April 2008., Includes bibliographic references (p. 50-52)., GEOG 470, Geography, Community-Based Research in Human Geography.
Trent Valley Literacy Association report
by: Lindsay Moreau, Heather O'Neill. --, Includes: proposed student intake form; final report., Completed for: Trent Valley Literacy Association; Professor: Molly Westland, Trent University, Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Date of project completion: March 30, 2004., Includes bibliographic references., BSc Nursing.
Raising awareness about violence among women with disabilities
by Jennifer Morand, Kaitlyn Murray, Lisa Kuipery., Date of Project Submission: December, 2010., Complete for: YWCA Peterborough; Supervising Professor: Peggy Watton, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliography., NURS 3020H: Community Health Nursing Care.
The first fifteen years
By Deborah Morales., Completed for: KWIC; Supervising Professor: Jackie Soloway, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 370H.
The Farmers Diner
Prepared by: Jayme Moorcroft & Jillian Hartnett., Completed for: COIN; Supervising Professor: Susan Thompson, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., ADMN 4830H Community-Based Research Project.
sample study of resident's attitudes towards the inter-institutional relocation of Marycrest, Home for the Aged
Objective -- Introduction -- Project methodology -- Results of survey -- Reflection -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendixes., by Corinne Montgomery. --, Residential relocation impact study, TCCBE project, 2000-2001., CDST 480.
Links to Peterborough's educational resources
Today, websites provide the best way for organizations to promote new ideas and to direct those ideas to larger target audience [sic]. The purpose of this project was to develop those ideas and to publish them on a website., I Abstract -- II Introduction -- III Literature review -- IV Statement of question -- V Definitions -- VI Methods of data collection -- VII Data analysis -- VIII Results -- IX Conclusions -- X Suggestions/recommendations/problems -- XI Referencing and acknowledgements -- XII Appendices., By Bob Monks. --, Date of project submission: April 2002, Includes bibliographic references (p. 21)., GEOG 470: Research in Human Geography.
Growing food security in Peterborough, Ontario
Introduction -- Case studies. 1. Toronto urban farm. 2. Farmstart McVean New Farmers project. 3. Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School edible school yard project. 4. The Stop. 5. Kinsman Neighbourhood Farm. 6. Ohio City farm. 7. Growing Power projects -- General themes in literature. Urban agriculture. Land selection. Funding. Infrastructure and resources. Labour recruitment. Partnerships. The role of schools. Guiding principles -- A potential Peterborough project: Partnerships with Fleming College and Trent University -- Other projects -- Works cited., C. Mondoux & A. Griffith. --, Includes bibliographic references., ERST-CAST 3340H: The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Terminator technology
by Tamara Molloy., Includes: final research report ; bibliography., Completed for: Benjamin Laurie at the Seasoned Spoon ; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University ; TCCBE., Date of project submission: December 2006., Includes bibliographic references., ERST/CAST 334H: Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Integrating diversity into school policy
The research paper 'Anti Oppression Templates, Materials and Rough Guide' is a step by step overview of anti-oppression workshops. The essay establishes what theories, methodologies and structures constitute anti-oppression workshops., Workshop outlines ; follow-up material ; workshop evaluation ; reflection and evaluation paper., By: Zahra Mohammed. --, Date of project completion: April 2006., Prepared for: Professor Natalie Changfoot, Trent University., Political Studies, POST 487 - Internship.
A Review of Evaluation Methods & Tools to Measure the Impact of Crime Prevention Through Social Development
The Peterborough Police Service require better evaluation tools for their Crime Prevention through Social Development (CPSD) efforts. There are four research categories driving this project: general understanding of CPSD; tools and methods for evaluating CPSD; personnel conducting the evaluation with specific emphasis on police; and collaboration between police and other organizations. Research was conducted through literature review and administering a survey to police officials throughout Ontario. The literature review and the survey indicated that there is no existing easy measurement system for CPSD due to a dearth of specific evaluation tools. It was discovered that collaboration is important and that there are potential methodologies that could be applied to evaluating CPSD from a variety of disciplines, but nothing specifically created to measure CPSD was found. Where evaluations were taking place, the personnel conducting the evaluation varied but were primarily municipal officials or civilians/third-party organizations. Collaboration is a crucial component for any CPSD measure. Further research into evaluation tools, creating a CPSD working group for Ontario police services, merging ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ policing, conducting longitudinal studies, and creating standardized language are recommended., By Kyle Moes, Date of Project Submission: April 2016., Completed for: Peterborough Police Service; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre Project Coordinator: John Marris, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
A Review of Evaluation Methods & Tools to Measure the Impact of Crime Prevention Through Social Development [poster]
By Kyle Moes, Date of Project Submission: April 2016., Completed for: Peterborough Police Service; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre Project Coordinator: John Marris, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project

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