The Office of Community-Based Research emerged following a forum of community-based researchers at the University of Victoria in April 2005, a follow-up forum with community representatives in May 2006, and a university-community task force report in June 2006.
UVic CBR Taskforce Report - 2006
This report is based on consultations and inquiries that took place between January and June 2006 with senior members of the university community, faculty, staff and students, as well as community partners and Aboriginal community members.
UVic CBR Taskforce Workshop - May 2006
Proceedings of the Workshop on Community-Based Research (June 8, 2006) [PDF] (1,329 KB)
UVic Faculty CBR Forum - April 2005
A forum on community-based research (CBR) held at the University of Victoria in April 2005 provided the opportunity for researchers to consider the role of CBR in building healthy communities, both on campus and in wider civil society. More than 80 researchers from a wide range of faculties and research centres took part in the full- day event.
- Community Based Research Forum Program - April 23, 2005 [MS Word] [PDF]
- Community Based Research Forum Backgrounder [MS Word] [PDF]
- Community Based Research Forum Proceedings [PDF] (473 KB)
Supplemental materials (PowerPoints and PDF's) are referenced in Proceedings by name (in order of presentation) below.
Dr. Marc Renaud [PowerPoint] (1,228 KB)
Dr. S. Martin Taylor [PowerPoint] (859 KB)
Dr. Rosemary Ommer [PowerPoint] (7,992 KB)
Mr. Philip Clement and Ms. Sandy Wiens [PowerPoint] (1,193 KB)
Also contains four video clips. The video clips should begin as part of the PowerPoint presentation, but if they don't, you can click on the clips below to view individually:
Video Clip 1 (MPEG) (20,054 KB)
Ted Rieken, Kim Daly & Elizabeth Banister
Video Clip 2 (MPEG) (12,388 KB)
Video Clip 3 (MPEG) (12,778 KB)
Video Clip 4 (MPEG) (13,248 KB)
Dr. Jon Corbett [PDF] (2,358 KB)
Dr. Marcia Hills [PowerPoint] (100 KB)
Mr. Dan Reist [PowerPoint] (167 KB)