Date(s) - 12/05/2020
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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The Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE) would like to invite you to the upcoming webinar of our CASAE Methodology webinar series on Community-Based Research. The webinar will be presented by Dr. Budd Hall (Co-Chair, UNESCO Chair in CBR), Dr. Walter Lepore (Research Director, UNESCO Chair in CBR), and Suriani Dzulkifli (Coordinator of the Knowledge for Change Mentor Training Programme).
Is Community-Based Research a Methodology or an Ethics of Engagement?
Community-Based Research is often presented as a research method, sometime even a qualitative research option. But is it really a research method? This webinar will share information about principles of community based participatory research. It will also share two examples of research which have been informed by these principals, one doctoral study being carried out by Suriani Dzulkifli and another study led by Dr. Walter Lepore working on bridging Indigenous and Western Environmental knowledge. We will end with an opportunity for questions.
When: Tuesday, May 12th from 11am to 12:30pm Victoria, BC time (Regina, SK: 12noon; Toronto, ON: 2pm; Halifax, NS: 3pm).
About the Presenters:
Dr. Budd Hall is a pioneer in the field of community based participatory research with some 50 years of experience. He currently is the co-director of the Knowledge for Change Global Consortium on Training in Community-Based Research.
Dr. Walter Lepore is the research director for the UNESCO Chair in Community Based Research, a recent PhD who teaches at Royal Roads University. He is a certified K4C Mentor.
Suriani Dzulkifli is the Coordinator of the K4C Mentor Training Programme and a Doctoral Student in Leadership Studies and Adult Education.
In order to register for the CBR webinar, please manifest your interest by sending an email to email@example.com, and we will send you a zoom link for the meeting.
About the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE):
CASAE/ACÉÉA is a vibrant and energetic organization that provides a supportive network for graduate students, faculty members, researchers, practitioners and policy makers who are engaged or interested in adult education scholarship. To learn more about CASAE and/or how to become a member, please access: https://www.casae-aceea.ca
José Wellington Sousa
CASAE Prairies Representative