Check out KTDRR's New Website
KTDRR is proud to announce the recent launch of our website: www.ktdrr.org
Visit soon, to find information about the Center on KTDRR, register for upcoming training opportunities, request technical assistance, and find resources such as our Registry of Systematic Reviews. Give us feedback about what else you would like to see and about your experience navigating the website.
Bansal, P., Bertels, S., Ewart, T., MacConnachie, P., & O'Brien, J. (2012). Bridging the Research-Practice Gap, Academy of Management Perspectives, 26(1), 73-93. The authors discuss the Network for Business Sustainability (NBS), founded in 2005. The paper discusses ways to close the research-to-practice gap, describes some of their experiences and lessons learned, and offers suggestions for bridging the gap.
Canadian Disability Policy Alliance - http://www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca/
Based at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, the goals of the CDPA focus on Knowledge Creation, Knowledge Dissemination, and Training and Development in the areas of policy analysis, disability studies and collaborative research.
Global Partnership for Disability and Development (GPDD) is a global initiative to strengthen international cooperation to accelerate the integration of disability issues and considerations into mainstream social and economic development efforts. Research and Knowledge Translation is one area of focus.
Partner Updates - The Campbell Collaboration
Education Coordinating Group (ECG) grants: The Collaboration’s ECG announces that several small grants are available to support systematic reviews addressing public policy issues in the field of education.
For more information:
New C2 titles approved in disability area:
• Self-monitoring Interventions for Students with Challenging Behaviors: A Systematic Review (Thompson, A., Bowen, N., & Pelts, M.)
• Interventions to Promote the Inclusion of Adults with Physical and Sensory Disabilities in Employment: A Systematic Review (Tripney, J., Roulstone, A., Vigurs, C., Moore, M., Schmidt, E., & Stewart, R.)
Reminder: Chicago is the site of this year's Campbell Colloquium, hosted by Loyola University Chicago. Training, discussion and networking will take place May 21-23. Registration is now open
(From: Education Update - March 2013: NEWS FROM THE CAMPBELL COLLABORATION.
To subscribe: www.campbellcollaboration.org/openemm/?page=subscribe&lang=en)