Innovating KTE throughout the Research Process <br />Sarah Flicker, PhD<br />Lisa Campbell Salazar, MES<br />CBR Grant Wri...
Youth Involvement<br />
Process<br />
Diverse Youth<br />http://vimeo.com/7710861<br />
Diverse Youth<br />
Diverse Youth<br />
Academics<br />
Academic<br /> <br /> <br />
Service Providers: Focus Groups<br />
Service Providers: Bulletins<br />
Service Providers<br />
Service Providers: TPH<br />
Policy Makers<br />
Policy Makers<br />
TakingITMobile<br />Community-based research study conducted in partnership with the social network TakingITGlobalwhich ex...
Why Social Media?<br />“Young people are generally aware of social networks – only 18% of those are yet to use them or hav...
Canadian Youth Mobile Phone Use<br />2002; 52% of youth ages 15-19 Mobile Youth Report (W2F)<br />2008; 30% of youth ages ...
TakingITMobile: Youth, Mobile Phones and Social Change<br />Majority of youth (77%) use their phones as tools in their act...
Integrating Social Media into Research<br />TakingITGlobalProjects allowed for different ways of sharing research along th...
Blogging<br />
Twitter<br /><ul><li>Through Twitter you can disseminate the findings and interact with youth online
Knowledge dissemination can happen quicker than waiting to publish in a peer reviewed journal
Great way to directly interact with knowledge users
Feed is displayed on TakingITGlobal Project </li></li></ul><li>Data Sharing<br />
eZine<br />
TIG Messenger<br />
Message Board<br />
KTE through Digital Media<br />Other free platforms for knowledge transfer and exchange:<br />Webinars<br />Skype <br />Fa...
What is Empower?<br />Mission:<br />	Empower aims to enhance the capacity of diverse Toronto youth aged 16-29 to become HI...
What we do:<br />Empower: Youth, Arts and Activism An HIV/AIDS Activism Manual for Youth by Youth (2007-2009)<br />Empower...
CHECKLIST<br />
Empower Video<br />www.empoweryouth.info<br />
Examples of Arts-Based HIV KTE<br />Make a Video! ** Prise Positive (pg 13), YouthCo (pg 53), <br />Throw a Theme Party!**...
The Medium is the Message<br />How will you share your work (both process and results) with your community and other stake...
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Sarah Flicker, PhD
Lisa Campbell Salazar, MES
Community-Based Research Grant Writing Workshop for Community-Based Organizations
Centre for REACH / OHTN
March 3rd, 2011

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  1. 1. Innovating KTE throughout the Research Process <br />Sarah Flicker, PhD<br />Lisa Campbell Salazar, MES<br />CBR Grant Writing Workshop for CBOs <br />March 3rd, 2011<br />
  2. 2.
  3. 3. Youth Involvement<br />
  4. 4. Process<br />
  5. 5.
  6. 6. Diverse Youth<br />http://vimeo.com/7710861<br />
  7. 7. Diverse Youth<br />
  8. 8.
  9. 9. Diverse Youth<br />
  10. 10. Academics<br />
  11. 11. Academic<br /> <br /> <br />
  12. 12. Service Providers: Focus Groups<br />
  13. 13. Service Providers: Bulletins<br />
  14. 14. Service Providers<br />
  15. 15. Service Providers: TPH<br />
  16. 16. Policy Makers<br />
  17. 17. Policy Makers<br />
  18. 18. TakingITMobile<br />Community-based research study conducted in partnership with the social network TakingITGlobalwhich examined how global youth leaders use mobile communications to create social change within their local communities and internationally(n = 565). <br />As an e-PAR study, youth participants were encouraged to take the reigns as researchers through the online TakingITMobile Working Group, which comprised of 39 youth representing 20 different countries. A mixed-methods survey on mobile youth activism was collaboratively developed and deployed online in 10 languages.<br />
  19. 19. Why Social Media?<br />“Young people are generally aware of social networks – only 18% of those are yet to use them or have never heard of these sites.”<br />“Globally, 80% of young people have visited sites like YouTube to watch online video clips.”<br />“The mobile phone is ingrained into young people’s everyday lives with 42% claiming it’s the first thing they look at in the morning and they last thing they do at night.”<br />MTV Circuits of Cool Stats (2008)<br />
  20. 20. Canadian Youth Mobile Phone Use<br />2002; 52% of youth ages 15-19 Mobile Youth Report (W2F)<br />2008; 30% of youth ages 13-15, 65% of youth16-17CWTA, 2008<br />2009; 71% of youth ages 12-19<br /> Solutions Research Group (Canada)<br />
  21. 21. TakingITMobile: Youth, Mobile Phones and Social Change<br />Majority of youth (77%) use their phones as tools in their activism with top issues reported: Environment (39%); Human Rights (36%); Poverty (28%); Health (24%); Peace (23.8%); HIV/AIDS (22.4%) & Violence (11.6%). <br />TakingITGlobal youth spends $30 a month on mobile services; they talk for 250 minutes per month, send 400 text messages, and use 1,000 megabytes of data<br />Popular Features used daily: Voice Calls (75%); Text Messages (46%); Web Browsing (38%); Social Media (27%); News (26%) and Photography (22%).<br />
  22. 22. Integrating Social Media into Research<br />TakingITGlobalProjects allowed for different ways of sharing research along the way with knowledge stakeholders<br />
  23. 23. Blogging<br />
  24. 24. Twitter<br /><ul><li>Through Twitter you can disseminate the findings and interact with youth online
  25. 25. Knowledge dissemination can happen quicker than waiting to publish in a peer reviewed journal
  26. 26. Great way to directly interact with knowledge users
  27. 27. Feed is displayed on TakingITGlobal Project </li></li></ul><li>Data Sharing<br />
  28. 28. eZine<br />
  29. 29. TIG Messenger<br />
  30. 30. Message Board<br />
  31. 31. KTE through Digital Media<br />Other free platforms for knowledge transfer and exchange:<br />Webinars<br />Skype <br />Facebook<br />Google Chat<br />Mobile Phones<br />
  32. 32. What is Empower?<br />Mission:<br /> Empower aims to enhance the capacity of diverse Toronto youth aged 16-29 to become HIV peer educators in their local communities through the arts.<br />Partners:<br />CATIE, GAAP, TRIP! (CTCHC)<br />
  33. 33. What we do:<br />Empower: Youth, Arts and Activism An HIV/AIDS Activism Manual for Youth by Youth (2007-2009)<br />Empower Manual Community Launch (2009)<br />Generation Sex, Y and Z: More Sex Ed for Youth by Youth (2010)<br />Empower Program @ Queen West CHC (2011)<br />Ongoing Capacity Building online and in diverse communities across Toronto!<br />
  34. 34. CHECKLIST<br />
  35. 35. Empower Video<br />www.empoweryouth.info<br />
  36. 36. Examples of Arts-Based HIV KTE<br />Make a Video! ** Prise Positive (pg 13), YouthCo (pg 53), <br />Throw a Theme Party!** No Pants No Problem (pg 38), Head & Hands (pg 32)<br />Make a Button! sprOUT (pg 24)<br />Create a Zine! PYO (43), TRIP! (58)<br />Throw a Fashion Show! (pg 14)<br />Take a Photo! ** GAAP (pg 26) , sprOUT (pg 18)<br />Art + Community-Based Research = Taking Action (pg 44-47)<br />Graffiti and Street Art (pg. 61-62) ** <br />For more examples check out www.empoweryouth.info<br />
  37. 37. The Medium is the Message<br />How will you share your work (both process and results) with your community and other stakeholders? <br />How does the medium you are working with add to your message? <br />What are the advantages and challenges to using different strategies (e.g. ethical issues, literacy levels, cultural sensitivity, cost, etc.)?<br />
  38. 38. Acknowledgements<br />Special thanks to : Susan Flynn, Robb Travers, June Larkin, Sarah Switzer, Jason Pole & Adrian Guta. Our Research Staff, Students and all those who participated….<br />
  39. 39. Thank you for participating!<br />Sarah Flicker flicker@yorku.ca<br />Lisa Campbell Salazar lcampbell@ctchc.com<br />
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