EXCES - Extension - Community Engagement

Offered By:
Faculty of Extension

Below are the courses available from the EXCES subject code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times

EXCES 1501 - Community Engagement: Contexts and Processes View Available Classes

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Key concepts in community engagement and the importance of collaboration in creating innovative solutions to social, economic, and environmental issues. Participants will become familiar with community engagement in many contexts and explore processes that promote sustainable relationships with diverse communities, including government, corporations, educational institutions, professions, non-profit and charitable organizations, community groups, media, Aboriginal communities, youth, interest groups, and other publics and stakeholders, as determined by student interest and experience.


EXCES 1511 - An Introduction to CBRE View Available Classes

★ 6.5

Workshop morning session goals: discuss community-based research and evaluation (CBRE) concepts; understand when and why CBRE is used; share real-life experiences; meet others interested in CBRE partnerships. Workshop afternoon session goals: application and assessment of CBRE in contexts.


EXCES 1512 - Doing Community-Based Research (CBR) Well: Ethically and with Rigour View Available Classes

★ 6.5

Workshop morning session goals: explore concepts of 'ethics' and 'rigour'; discuss multiple perspectives on ethical, quality, and trustworthy research; analyze academic, ethics-review standards and processes; use checklists to identify rigorous CBR; network and other CBR workshop participants. Workshop afternoon session goals; application and assessment of CBR in contexts.


EXCES 1513 - Building CBR Partnerships View Available Classes

★ 6.5

Workshop morning session goals: discuss ideas of 'partnership' in CBR; learn how individuals can work together to build cohesive research teams; explore ways to develop project priorities and parameters; meet potential partners. Workshop afternoon session goals: application and assessment of CBR partnerships in contexts.


EXCES 1514 - Developing CBR Projects: The 'How' View Available Classes

★ 6.5

Workshop morning session goals: learn how research questions affect research designs; examine the iterative nature of CBR; work with real-life case-study information; network with potential CBR partners. Workshop afternoon session goals: application and assessment of CBR projects in contexts.


EXCES 1515 - Program Evaluation with a Community-Based Approach View Available Classes

★ 6.5

This workshop is built around a guest researcher and an authentic research case. Workshop morning session goals: learn how evaluation questions affect evaluation designs; analyze real-life examples; share experiences with others interested in community-based evaluation. Workshop afternoon session goals: application and assessment of project evaluation design in contexts.


EXCES 1516 - Making an Impact: Mobilizing Knowledge to Inform Policy and Practice View Available Classes

★ 6.5

This workshop is built around a guest researcher and an authentic research case. Workshop morning session goals: learn how CBR can be an effective means to create an share knowledge; analyze a knowledge-mobilization framework; identify ways to share CBR results; network with others interested in influencing policy and practice. Workshop afternoon session goals: application and assessment of knowledge mobilization in contexts.


EXCES 1517 - Special Topics View Available Classes

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