Check out the following projects that are innovatively implementing Tapestry Tool Beta
Principle Investigator: Rachelle Hole, Ph.D., Co-Director, Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship; Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of British Columbia Okanagan
The TYDE Project aims to improve the employment outcomes of youth with intellectual disabilities or autism who are between the ages of 14 to 18. More specifically, they are implementing an early intervention for youth and their parents/caregivers within BC, through the Tapestry Tool interface.
The TYDE project has created a fully customised version of the tool, which caters both to its unique users and the idiosyncrasies of the intervention. This project is a prime example of how the Tapestry Tool can be highly customised and used in non-post-secondary learning environments.
Principle Investigator: Erin. Michalak, Ph.D., CREST.BD, Founder and Network Leader, Program Director, APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health, BC SUPPORT Unit Patient Engagement Methods Clusters Lead, Associate Program Director, Scholarly Activity
The BC SUPPORT (Support for People & Patient-Oriented Research & Trials) Unit aims to support patient-oriented research in BC, in order to improve health care. The BC SUPPORT Unit has implemented Tapestry Tool in a variety of creative ways, to create content that supports patient-oriented research. Check out some of their modules below to learn more!
BC SUPPORT Modules:
Principle Investigators: Susan Dahlgren, Deloris Piper
Funded by the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills, and Training
Academic Communication Equity-British Columbia (ACE-BC) is based out of BCIT and is dedicated to improving the lives of students who are Deaf, hard of hearing, and DeafBlind within post-secondary educational systems, by fostering equitable access to education.
ACE-BC is collaborating with the Tapestry Tool project, to develop a new learning module pertaining to accessibility services, and the nuances that must be considered when trying to improve equitable access in post-secondary settings.
Project team members enrolled in UBC’s THTR 399: Seneca Forster, Jessica, Ally Carey, Lakshanyaa Ganesh, and Cristen Lin.