Research Skills Development

How-Tos
 
 
From Cornell University
How to Write a Research Paper  
Prof. Bruce Lowenstein of Cornell University provides a template highlighting the structure researchers follow as they write professional research reports and journal articles. Used by permission. View document.
 
 
From the Wellesley Institute
The Wellesley Institute, a Toronto-based non-profit research and policy institute, develops research and community-based policy solutions to the problems of urban health and health disparities. The Institute has developed a series of informative presentations on how to conduct community-based research, including "how-tos" on such topics as conducting literature reviews, interviewing research subjects, developing surveys and analyzing data. The organization has made its materials available to the public free of charge. Research Fanshawe has selected some of the most relevant presentations from the organization's menu of Community-Based Research (CBR) and Capacity Building (CAP) workshops for posting on our website.
 
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Wellesley Institute Workshop Directory
 
All workshops are available for download at
 
 
CAP Workshops
 
CAP103
Write a Winning Proposal
Presentation
 
CAP104
Introduction to Project Management
 
 
CBR Workshops
 
CBR101
An Introduction to Community-Based Research
 
CBR102
Ethical Issues in Community-Based Research
 
CBR105
How to Do an Interview for Research
 
CBR106
How to Develop Effective Client Satisfaction Tools
 
CBR107
How to Do a Literature Review
 
CBR206
Writing Effective Letters of Intent
 
CBR207
Writing Effective Community-Based Research Proposals
 
CBR221
Introduction to Survey Data Analysis with Excel
 
CBR302
A Hands-On Approach to Qualitative Methods & Analysis
 
CBR303
A Hands-On Approach to Developing Survey Tools in Community-Based Research