For a more detailed description of the types of community-university research collaboration, check out this short guide by Fullwood, Dykstra, and Sur: Paths to Collaboration – A Guide to Working with McMaster Researchers. Hamilton, ON: McMaster University Office of Community Engagement, 2015.
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