Summary Report

This term is to be used to flag projects entries to which a short summary report is attached. In most cases, the summary report is a word document describing the process or outputs of the project. The project typically led to other outputs, which might also be attached to the project entry.

*The description of the project as written directly on the website does not​ consist in a summary report.

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Research

In 2014, Professor Mavis Morton lead a community engaged evaluation of the First Response Protocol through a community-university partnership between the Action Committee and the University of Guelph. It explored how well the First Response Protocol was working from the perspectives of service users and providers, as well as the successes and challenges of agencies in Guelph-Wellington responding to sexual assault and domestic violence.

Product(s): 
Summary Report
Program(s): 
CESI Special Project

Mobilizing Knowledge from the 2016 Guelph-Wellington Immigrant Survey

These three highlight sheets were created in order to help the Guelph-Wellington Local Immigration Partnership mobilize the findings and recommendations from its 2016 Immigrant survey report. They present key data on immigrants' 1) basic needs and belonging, 2) employment, education and training, and 3) access to services. The Local Immigration Partnership is using these visual summaries both as hand-outs and large-scale posters in order to share highlights from the report with a variety of stakeholders.

Author(s): 
Caroline Duvieusart-Dery, Mercerina Lychek, Jacqueline On, Kathleen Slemon
Product(s): 
Fact Sheet
Summary Report
Program(s): 
Knowledge Mobilization
Research Shop
Project Partner(s): 
Guelph-Wellington Local Immigration Partnership

Toward Common Ground: Metadata Document

This summary provides an overview of a project conducted for the Toward Common Ground collaboration as part of a broader effort to identify indicators and measures of wellbeing for individuals in Guelph and Wellington. The Research Shop researched key indicators of wellbeing and compiled the results in a single document serving as a comprehensive source of data on measures of wellbeing in our community.

Author(s): 
Amanda Amaral, Marian Kelly, Sarah Haanstra, Samantha Blostein, Karen Nelson
Product(s): 
Summary Report
Program(s): 
Research Shop
Project Partner(s): 
Toward Common Ground

Affordable Housing for Older Adults

These fact sheets were created to support the City of Guelph Older Adult Strategy. They consolidate key points from existing literature around affordable housing in Guelph as well as alternative housing options. They are intended as positioning documents to encourage the City of Guelph to further investigate age-friendly alternatives.

Author(s): 
Mercerina Lychek, Jacqueline On, Johannah Thumb
Product(s): 
Fact Sheet
Summary Report
Program(s): 
Research Shop
Project Partner(s): 
City of Guelph