Girls Research Portal: Non-Researchers
Welcome to the Girls Research Portal
Once it is up and running, this site will provide a place for researchers on girls to share their work and for non-researchers who work with girls to find the information they need, organized by topic, in an accessible format. The site will also provide opportunities to suggest topics for additional research on girls, connect with other researchers and others working to improve the lives of girls, and receive quarterly updates on new studies and research opportunities.
Participation in this site is free – but its success depends on you.
We need your input to ensure that we’re meeting your research needs, so we hope you will take a few minutes to complete this form below and share your ideas and opinions.
If you have any questions, please contact Gail Cooper, VP for Programs, Re:Gender: gcooper[at]regender.org.
(academic institution, corporation, gov’t. agency, NPO/NGO, etc.)
4. Check all that apply:
I am using the portal as an individual
I am using the portal on behalf of my organization
6. What best describes the sector in which you work?
Nonprofit: Direct service
7. On which of the following girl-related topics would you like to see research (choose as many as you would like)?
Abuse and neglect
Education: Afterschool/out of school
Education: Access to higher education
Education: Racial/ethnic/economic/gender disparities
Education: STEM (Science, technology, engineering, math)
Financial literacy and entrepreneurship
LGBTQ and gender expression/identity issues
Media and its impact on girls
Sexual violence (assault/abuse/harassment)
Technology access and usage
Other (please specify)
8. Are you currently seeking research to use in your work related to any of the topics above? If so, please briefly describe what you are looking for:
9. In what format(s) would you prefer to receive research (choose as many as you would like)?
Short abstract/blog post
Key facts and findings
Charts or graphs
Statistics or numbers
10. Which of the following would be useful to you (choose as many as you would like)?
Regularly updates about newly-released research
Information about conferences or events in your area
Opportunities to connect with researchers
Opportunities to connect with others working on similar issues
Methodological tools (such as survey templates, research tips, etc.)
Any/all of the above
11. How often would you want to receive emails from the Girls Research Coalition website?
12. Please share your social media addresses so that we can stay in touch (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, blog, etc.):
13. Where did you learn about the Girls Research Coalition?
White House Research Conference on Girls
Social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.)
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