Welcome to the CLT
The Research Collaborative is a new initiative of the National CLT Network that provides resources, services,
and a virtual community for a growing number of researchers and graduate students who work on research and
applied projects pertaining to Community Land Trusts and shared equity homeownership.
Connect with the Research Collaborative’s Community of researchers and graduate students. Join the Community to: 1) let practitioners and researchers know about your interests and projects, 2) communicate with experts on a particular topic, 3) coordinate co-presenters to submit conference presentation proposals on CLTs, and 4) find potential co-authors to translate research ideas into projects and publications.
Let practitioners, policy makers, and researchers find you. Please join the community by submitting the Network’s Research Collaborative Membership Form.
Limit the time you spend conducting literature reviews by utilizing the Network’s Research Collaborative Resource Library—the most comprehensive and up-to-date source for references and publications on CLTs.
Submit your conference presentations and publications to the Research Collaborative
Help to build the academic archive of research on CLTs and shared equity homeownership. Submit references, presentation materials, or publications to Emily Thaden to post on the Research Collaborative website.
Participate in Research Collaborative webinars
Identify research opportunities to advance local and national CLT priorities; learn about upcoming projects the Network plans to sponsor; share relevant information or requests with the Network and the Research Collaborative Community; present and receive feedback from researchers or practitioners on your ideas or preliminary findings. Become a Research Collaborative Member to be notified of upcoming webinars. If you are interested in presenting, contact Emily Thaden.
Disseminate your research through the broader Network
Work with the Network staff to identify potential opportunities to disseminate your research or applied projects to researchers, practitioners, and policy makers through national webinars, publications or reports, conferences, or the Network website. Contact Emily Thaden.
Conduct Network-Sponsored Projects
The Network has limited resources to financially support research or applied projects. When the Network is seeking researchers or graduate students for projects, Research Collaborative Members will be notified. View current or previous Network-Sponsored Projects here.