Recapping the 2010 most viewed blog: Shining a Knowledge Mobilization Lens on Future Trends in Research

With a total of 292 views, this blog posting, first posted on August 10, 2010 ranks as the most read article on Mobilize This! in 2010.  We re-post it here for all of you catching up on some brokering before celebrating the end to one great year for KMb and the start of one that […]

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Reflections about Research Month at York University

York Research Communications embarked on a new venture to showcase York Research for the university community over the month of November. Not a group to miss out on a chance to schmooze with our researchers and their collaborators, the Knowledge Mobilization Unit was present at all four sessions within Vari Hall, a terrific venue to […]

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Summer 2011 Internships Announcement

The Knowledge Mobilization Unit is excited to announce an upcoming graduate student internship competition as part of the ‘Knowledge Mobilization for Climate Change’ Project. The goal of this project is to make York climate change research and expertise more accessible to policymakers, so that academic research can inform municipal level climate change decisions. The project […]

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ResearchImpact puts the “social” in “innovation”

York KMb Unit recently presented at a national conference of university-industry knowledge brokers. Unique to the conference agenda York presented new thinking on gaps in Canada’s innovation agenda. Take home message: It’s time to put the social in innovation. But we’re not sure they will let David dance next year. Innovation in research lingo is […]

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If a picture is worth a thousand words….

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what is a video worth? Recent videos show that this format is useful for telling our stories and beginning discussions. David Phipps of ResearchImpact-York has been featured in a number of video presentations recently. These videos each illustrate different issues or opportunities for KMb practice in […]

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