7 record(s) found with the tag "research training" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Research is Relational and Reflexive: Peoples, Policies, and Priorities at Play in Ethically Approving Health Research with Indigenous Peoples
Principal Investigator: Bull, Julie R
Licensed Year(s): 2018
Summary: A qualitative research orientation is most suitable for the proposed research. It is not enough to merely describe the multiple parts, it is about the integration of them toward action. An interdisciplinary methodological framework informed by Decolonizing Methodologies, Autoethnography, and Narrative Inquiry will guide this research. The Principal Investigator (PI) will use complementary story-ge...

Sustainability's Paradox: Petro-Capitalism, Climate Change and Well-Being in Northern Communities
Principal Investigator: freeland, erin a
Licensed Year(s): 2008 2007
Summary: This phase of the project partners with the community of Radili’ko and facilitates the training of youth researchers through a process of participatory video to learn with community members about the concerns and impacts of climate change and oil and gas development on well-being in the community. With the university researcher, the community will form a research team to guide the project. The...

Metal Levels in Fish from Lakes in the Dogrib Region Surrounding Rae Lakes
Principal Investigator: Stoddart, Melissa
Licensed Year(s): 2000
Summary: This project developed out of the community concern's about the effect that local contaminants may have on their health and well being. The objectives of the study are: to obtain baseline data on the level of metals in fish from lakes that are commonly used as traditional harvesting grounds; to deliver the results of the study to the community and address local contaminant concerns; to provide co...

Information Seeking Processes of Junior High Students: A Case Study of CD-ROM Encyclopedia Use.
Principal Investigator: Branch, Jennifer
Licensed Year(s): 1999
Summary: The researcher will meet with community members, parents, students, teachers and school administrators to learn about the information seeking processes of junior high students. The equipment used on site will include a computer with CD-ROM capabilities, audio cassette recorder and video cassette recorder. The methods of data collection will include interviews, observations and verbal protocol anal...

Tungatsivvik Archaeological Project
Principal Investigator: Stenton, Douglas R.
Licensed Year(s): 1992 1991
Summary: Community-based, this project will provide training for northern students and others interested in learning to conduct anthropological research which is focused on archaeology. Learning will include basic techniques used by archaeologists to study Inuit heritage. Instruction will be given to show the proper way to care for artifacts....

Peterhead Inlet Archaeological Project
Principal Investigator: Stenton, Douglas R.
Licensed Year(s): 1990
Summary: As part of the Environmental Technology Program of Arctic College this work will attempt to integrate Euro-Canadian science with Inuit traditional knowledge. The Peterhead Inlet site provides a context in which students/participants gain experience in the fundamentals of data analysis and recovery while exploring a diverse range of research topics....

Licence #4034
Principal Investigator: Strahlendorf, Peter W.
Licensed Year(s): 1984
Summary: To carry out an arctic ecology program within the framework of the Northern Cultural Heritage Project (an integration of scientific research in the Northwest Territories with an education and employment project for young northerners.)...