Frequently asked questions about AHURI funded research
How can I find out more about completed AHURI research?
- AHURI has an extensive library of existing research that has been completed since AHURI began commissioning research in 2000. The majority of this research has been funded through the National Housing Research Program and conducted by our Research Centres.
- This library of research forms a comprehensive evidence base that is publicly available from our website at no cost and accessible in a number of ways:
- searching by research theme (only on live site)
- searching by publication (by keyword/s, author, publication type etc.)
- searching using the search function on our homepage.
How does AHURI disseminate the findings of completed research?
- AHURI disseminates the findings of completed research in two ways: in published format and through events.
- AHURI publishes research in the following three publication series. All are publicly available on our website at no cost.
- Reports published in the Positioning Paper and Final Report series are subject to a rigorous quality assurance process prior to publication. The Research and Policy Bulletins are non peer reviewed but are otherwise subject to the same quality assurance processes.
- In addition to disseminating research via published reports, we also disseminated findings via research seminars and other event activities.
- You can find out more about upcoming events and other engagement activities here, or by subscribing to our e-updates.
How can I find out about research currently in progress?
- The Browse by Project section allows you to sort research projects based on their activity status. View AHURI research that is currently in progress.
What is the best way for me to be kept informed of AHURI activities?
- Subscribing to our weekly e-update will mean that are you kept informed about new research, reports, events and other AHURI activities. Subscribe now.