Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Resources

University of Utah Community building Recipe Book

created by:
The University of Utah's College of Architecture and Planning
Westside Studio
2012

http://partners.utah.edu/wp-content/uploads/Community-Building-Recipe-Book.pdf

Campus Community Partnership Resources From CCPH

Resources reagarding the challenges to community-engaged institutions

*The need for better assessment and tracking: CCPH's institutional self-assessment tool is being used by higher educational institution to assess their capacity for community engagement and community-engaged scholarship, identify priority actions and track changes over time: http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/healthcollab.html#Updates (scroll down for the tool)

*The challenge of developing authentic, relationship-centered, mutually beneficial community-academic partnerships: The CCPH Principles of Partnership, online curriculum for Developing & Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships and Community Partner Summit materials help to inform partnership development.
http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/principles.html#principles
http://cbprcurriculum.info
http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/cps-summit.html

*The challenge of recognizing and rewarding community-engaged scholarship (CES) in promotion and tenure (P&T): CCPH's CES Toolkit helps community-engaged faculty make their best case for P&T.  The universities participating in the CES for Health Collaborative demonstrate that it's possible to align P&T policies with CES. CES4Health.info provides a venue for peer-reviewed publication and dissemination of diverse products of CES, such as educational videos, training manuals, policy briefs and online toolkits.http://communityengagedscholarship.infohttp://depts.washington.edu/ccph/healthcollab.html
http://CES4Health.info

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