The Connected Communities Projects have produced a wide variety of resources from reports to films. Many of these resources are available through the links on this page. Individual project websites are also a great place to look for resources and further information - you can access them through our Project Pages.

How to Establish and Maintain Productive Transition Research Projects: A Website

The content of this site represents the collective wisdom of the Transition Research Network about how to establish and maintain productive Transition Research projects. Read more

Visual Research Methods: Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery, Video

This film is intended to be of benefit to other social science practitioners who are thinking of employing visual methods or collaborating with artists as part of social science research projects. Read more

Fishing as Wisdom: Picture Gallery

Interview with the researchers behind Communicating Wisdom, a one year research project exploring fishing as an act of contemplation. Read more

Fishing as Wisdom: Video

A video from a one year research project exploring fishing as an act of contemplation. Read more

Connected Communities Media Collection: Database

The Connected Communities Media Collection brings together a wide variety of media produced by Connected Communities projects across the UK. Read more

Making Media with Communities: Guidance for Researchers

These guidelines set out a framework of ethical and practical considerations for creating media outputs with communities as part of research. Read more

Community Engagement for Hyperlocal News Producers: A Practical Guide

This guide aims to help community news publishers identify, engage, and maintain relationships with, and between, people in their communities. Read more

Creative Citizens: Video

A video by Media, Community and the Creative Citizen, a research council funded project exploring the value of creative citizenship. Read more

UK Hyperlocal Community News: Findings from a Survey of Practitioners

The most comprehensive empirical analysis to date of the current practices, funding, staffing and outlooks of those who run hyperlocal sites. Read more