CLARI is a cross-province, multi-post-secondary education partnership designed to support Nova Scotia communities with academic and research expertise, designated spaces and communications technology to address social and economic challenges.

What's New?

 

Click here to see our 2018 Progress Report!

Below are the application forms for CLARI project funding. Instructions are included with the forms. A project application requires both the Community and Faculty Partner form to be completed and submitted. For more information contact CLARI.

Click here for our 2019 Community Partner Application

Click here for our 2019 Faculty Partner Application

 

About Us

The CLARI network spans the province, combining the talents and resources of its six founding partner universities and the Nova Scotia Community College’s 13 campuses. CLARI partners can assist communities in all parts of the province to develop social and economic change projects while providing enhanced learning opportunities for students.

Acadia University     Cape Breton University     Mount Saint Vincent University     St. Francis Xavier University

Saint Mary’s University     Nova Scotia Community College     Université Sainte-Anne

 

What Does “CLARI” Stand For?

A Change Lab supports a cross section of stakeholders to come together to find creative actions to address a shared problem or to maximize the outcomes of a shared opportunity. Action Research measures and observes an activity, especially the execution of a solution or strategy, to identify and optimize the results of that activity. Through an interative process, Action Research can enhance outcomes targeted during the Change Lab process. Action Research is about engaging participants as co-researchers, working equally and collaboratively with academic-based researchers.

Supporting Social Innovation

CLARI network partners are concerned with how they can best work together to support community-based change activities taking place across Nova Scotia. They are making connections with community partners, some of which are already engaged in initiatives for which CLARI’s network of resources can support them to build capacity and realize their community and economic development goals.

Collaboration Spaces

Key to CLARI’s ability to serve communities across the province has been the allocation of spaces at each partner location in which to host stakeholders and support distance-collaboration via videoconferencing among a wide range of educational disciplines.

 

CLARI at SMU

The CLARI facility at SMU serves as the administrative hub for the province-wide network. This space can support collaborations of up to 60 participants with work spaces and advanced videoconferencing capabilities.

 

Contact


For information about the CLARI Program, contact the CLARI Network Manager

2018 CLARI Progess Report

@CLARI Network