Artifacts

My volunteerism wordle

In a rhetorical analysis course I took during my undergraduate studies my professor frequently referred to sources of research for literature review as ARTIFACTS. The thought that the academic articles I was referencing in my papers were ARTIFACTS made these sources all the more interesting to me. Below I have included links to artifacts that have been incredibly valuable to my research in the volunteer sector.

I will continually update my list of artifacts and welcome recommendations for more to include in the list.

Imagine Canada

Includes a wonderful nonprofit library and information on giving and volunteering.

Volunteer Canada

Canada’s information centre on volunteerism.

GetInvolved

Connect with volunteers and organizations across the country. Find meaningful volunteer opportunities online.

A People Lens

Sample stories and the lens behind Volunteer Vancouver’s “A People Lens: 101 Stories to Move Your Organization Forward.”

Understanding Participation

A literature review from Pathways Through Participation.

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