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Share your story!


Others can learn from your experience! Please share how you have used a research summary (or summaries) in your work.  Has a summary influenced your thinking, caused you to question something, spurred on a discussion with others, led you to investigate further, influenced your practice? Have you used a research summary as part of a literature review, group discussion, course reading, teaching tool, case study, presentation…or in any other way? We would like to hear from you!

        Big and small uses count!

Tell us about your experience, so we can feature your story on our website, on the KNAER blog, and tell our twitter followers about it.
Email OERE Project Manager, Shasta Carr-Harris, at


Thank you OERE peer reviewers!


Thanks to the dedicated work of our volunteer peer reviewers and our summary writing partners, Ontario teachers and school administrators now have access to over 200 research summaries at the OERE!


Thank you to our partners!

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board’s Research in Brief summaries and Bottom Line Actionable Message summaries;

The Evidence Exchange Network for Mental Health and Addiction’s (EENet) Research Snapshots on youth and mental health and addictions issues;

Ministry of Education’s What Works? Research into Practice summaries;

Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario’s (ETFO) Research for Teachers summaries;

The Canadian Journal of Education’s (CJE) Knowledge Mobilization Snapshots;

Research summaries developed by the above OERE partners are available on our website.

If you have any questions about this update or would like further information, please email

Shasta Carr-Harris:


Shasta Carr-Harris, on behalf of the OERE team

Shasta Carr-Harris

Project Manager

Ontario Education Research Exchange (OERE)

Helping to make research accessible and useful for Ontario educators