The 3Rs of Research Practitioner Toolkit (2008)

This toolkit is designed for practitioners who may feel intimidated at the prospect of integrating research into a program.

The authors begin by defining “research in practice” simply as using the evidence of research and applying it in some way to one’s own experience and “research integration” as using the knowledge of the research.

In the second chapter, the authors set out six stages of research integration: awareness; information gathering; impact reflection; preparing for change; program implementation; and collaboration and exploration.

They also provide strategies for research integration and include a set of tools and templates to help at all stages of integration.

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2009-07-07
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Cindy Davidson and Literacy Network of Durham Region. The 3Rs of Research Practitioner Toolkit 2008. Web. 27 Sep. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/3rs/3rs.pdf>
Cindy Davidson & Literacy Network of Durham Region (2008). The 3Rs of Research Practitioner Toolkit. Retrieved September 27, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/3rs/3rs.pdf
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