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  • Emphasize importance of including reflections on process of research New experience for all of us
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    • 1. Conducting community-based research on Paseo Boricua
    • 2. Laura Ruth Johnson, Assistant Professor, Educational Technology, Research and Assessment College of Education Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL Graduate students Anne Almburg, Literacy education Chia-Pao Hsu, Instructional technology/Research Colleen Stribling, Literacy/Adult education Douglas Muir, Adult and higher education Iva Angelova, Adult and higher education Michelle Pickett, Adult and higher education Presenters
    • 3. Key findings
          • Initial reflections/reactions to community
          • Negotiating researcher role; Insider/outsider roles
          • Developing reciprocal research relationships
          • What next? How to use/apply research
    • 4. Initial reflections
      • Reactions to community/parade
      • Challenged notions of and assumptions about community
      • Opened up to new experiences
    • 5. Negotiating researcher role
      • Students described the need to “earn the right” to be a researcher in this community
      • Insider/outsider roles
      • At the same time, community receptive to research/ers
    • 6. Building reciprocal research relationships
      • Participating/volunteering at events
      • Developing research projects
      • Building collaborative relationships with community and across programs
    • 7. What next?
      • Long term research projects
      • Local press
      • Presented at Center for Urban Ethnography Forum in Philadelphia (Feb 2009)
      • Present at 2009 Community as Intellectual Space conference
      • Publish articles in journals
    • 8.
      • Many thanks and appreciation . . .
      • The community and Puerto Rican Cultural Center
      • Students and presenters
      • Our audience
      • Questions?