This is a REd Asynchronous (online/self-paced) class.
Class Description: In this REd asynchronous class, we will cover the principles and practices of community-based research (CBR), an umbrella term we’re using to refer to a wide array of engaged, participatory, and action-oriented research approaches. We will explore the definition of CBR, six core principles for carrying out CBR, best practices for building CBR partnerships, and how you can apply these to your research. Our main text for this course is the report In It Together: Community-Based Research Guidelines for Communities and Higher Education, from the Community Research Collaborative, with some additional readings.
Paul Kuttner, Ed.D., M.Ed., B.A.
University Neighborhood Partners
Ana C. Antunes, Ph.D., M.A
Assistant Professor (Lecturer)
Division of Gender Studies Youth Engagement & Leadership Coordinator, University Neighborhood Partners University of Utah
Adrienne Cachelin, Ph.D., M.Ed.
Professor (Lecturer); Director
Environmental & Sustainability; SPARC Environmental Justice Lab