Research CA$H (Capacity, Access, and Strength Here) is an online grant-writing workshop presented in collaboration between Aurora Research Institute and Hotıì ts’eeda: NWT SPOR SUPPORT unit. This workshop is presented in phases that will guide participants through the development of a high quality, submission-ready research funding proposal to one of the Tri-Council agencies (SSHRC, CIHR, and NSERC). Our purpose is to build Northern research capacity and increase access to federal research funding programs for NWT researchers and communities.
Welcome Message from Dr. John B. Zoe
Phase 1: Introduction to Research in the Northwest Territories
|Session 1: Welcome to the Research CA$H Online Grant Writing Workshop||
Welcome to Research CA$H: How to Navigate this Online Workshop
|Session 2: Before You Begin: Considerations before Undertaking Research in the NWT||
Considerations Before Undertaking Research in the NWT
Introduction to the Federal Research Funding Environment in Canada
|Session 3: Developing a Research Question and Design||
Formulating a Research Question - VIDEO
Is this a Good Research Question? Troubleshooting FAQ
Introduction to Research Methodologies: Considering your Research Design
Phase 2: Developing a Research Proposal
|Session 4: Building Research Relationships
Building Research Relationships:
A conversation with Meghan Etter, Nellie Elanik, and Audrey Giles (Project Jewel) and Evelyn Storr and Ali Assi (H. Pylori Project)
ResearchCA$H Top Tips: Building Research Relationships
|Session 5: NWT Community Perspectives on Research||
NWT Community Perspectives on Research:
A conversation with Dr. John B. Zoe (Tłı̨chǫ Government), Lisa McDonald (Norman Wells Renewable Resource Council), and Tim Heron (NWT Métis Nation)
Research CA$H Top Tips: NWT Community Perspectives on Research
Session 6: Research Oversight in the NWT (Research Licensing, Ethics, and Regulations)
Research CA$H Tops Tips: Research Oversight in the NWT
Research Licensing Guidance for Researchers
|Session 7: Budget and Grant Administration||
Research CA$H Top Tips: Budgeting
Research CA$H Top Tips: Tri-Agency Grant Financial Administration
Tri-Agency Grant Financial Administration - VIDEO
|Session 8: Putting it all Together: Building a Proposal for Research Funding||
Research Proposals - Putting It All Together - VIDEO
Phase 3: Perfecting your Application
|Session 9: Tri-Council Funding Program Resources||
For more information about Tri-Council Research Grants, check out the following websites:
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
|Session 10: Advanced Proposal Writing Workshop Slides - Social Sciences and Humanities||
Session 1: Knowledge Mobilization
Session 2: Integrating Training and Mentoring
|Session 10: Advanced Proposal Writing Workshop Slides - Natural Sciences and Engineering||
Session 1: Most significant contributions to research
Session 2: Knowledge mobilization and research impact
Session 4: Highly qualified personnel training and mentorship plan
ResearchCA$H is a virtual resource brought to you by the Aurora Research Institute and Hotıì ts'eeda. Many thanks to our funders the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Education, Culture & Employment.
Many thanks to our community experts and panelists Lisa McDonald, Tim Heron, Dr. John B. Zoe, Nellie Elanik, Evelyn Storr, Meghan Etter, Dr. Audrey Giles, and Dr. Ali Assi for sharing knowledge and expertise.
Many thanks to Dr. Kyla Reid and the Office for Research Initiatives and Services at Carleton University for the development and delivery of our Advanced Proposal Writing Workshop for SSHRC Funding Programs.
Many thanks to Dr. Ildiko de Boer, Shawna Reibling, Dr. Stephanie Whitney, Dr. Agnes Bantigue, Dr. Lara Green, and the Office of Research Services at Wilfrid Laurier University for the development and delivery of our Advanced Proposal Writing Workshop for NSERC Funding Programs.
All live panel and workshop sessions facilitated by Jennie Vandermeer of Jennie Vandermeer Consulting.
For any questions or feedback about Research CA$H, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.