During this project we have come across number of useful guides and tool-kits. Some are produced by Productive Margins, but the majority are not. They are grouped according to theme.
This is by no means a comprehensive list; please feel free to send any links to other guides or tool-kits which relate to co-production research or regulation which you think are useful.
- Banks et al (2014) Using Co-Inquiry to Study Co-Inquiry: Community – University Perspectives on Research Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, JCES Vol. 7 No. 1.
- Beacon North East for Public Engagement (2011) Community-university participatory research partnerships: co-inquiry and related approaches Co-Inquiry Tool-kit (PDF, 773 kB).
- Boyle, D. Coote, A., Sherwood C., and Julia Slay (2010) Right Here, Right Now: Taking co-production into the mainstream, Discussion paper (PDF, 355 kB).
- Campbell, H. Vanderhoven, D. et al (2016) Knowledge That Matters: Realising the Potential of Co-Production, Report, N8 Research Partnership (PDF, 1.7 MB).
- Denzin N and Sessions Lincoln Y (1994) Co-operative Inquiry, participatory action research & action inquiry: three approaches to participative inquiry, Handbook of Qualitative Research (PDF, 287 kB).
- Crossick G & Kaszynska P (2016) Understanding the value of arts & culture – The AHRC Cultural Value Project (PDF, 5.90 MB).
- Know your Bristol on the move & Calling the Shots (2016) What is Co-Production? Three short films.
- Martikke, S, Church, A. and Hart A. (2015) Greater than the sum of its parts: What works in sustaining community-university partnerships (Word, 79kB).
- Pearce J (2008) ‘We Make Progress Because We are Lost’: Critical Reflections on Co-producing Knowledge as a Methodology for Researching Non-Governmental Public Action (PDF, 197 kB).
- Light A and Millen T (2014) Making Media with Communities: Guidance for Researchers (PDF, 344 kB), Northumbria University, Newcastle.
- Rogers, J et al (2014) How to co-design our digital future: a proposal, a collaboration between Unlimited Theatre, Storythings and Professor Jon Rogers, Nesta, AHRC.
Co-production and ethics
- Banks S et al (2013) Everyday ethics in community-based participatory research. Contemporary Social Science 8(3): 263-277 (PDF, 285 kB).
- Centre for Social Justice and Community Action, Durham University (2013) Doing research together: How to make sure things are fair and no one is harmed (PDF, 5 MB).
- Know your Bristol (retrieved 10/11/2015) A Participatory Heritage Mapping Toolkit for Researchers and Communities.