Reflections From Our Wonderful Knowledge Mobilization Students – Paula Elias / Quelques réflexions des merveilleux étudiants de l’équipe de mobilisation des connaissances – Paula Elias

On August 28, 2014, we bid farewell to some of the students who have been instrumental in helping York’s Knowledge Mobilization Unit deliver expert knowledge mobilization services. We are pleased to post the reflections of our students on their time with us. Le 28 août dernier, nous disions au revoir à

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Knowledge Translation is like Cellophane

This week's blog first appeared on the NeuroDevNet Blog on October 9, 2014 and is reposted here with permission. Knowledge translation catalyzes the movement of research evidence into impacts on policy and practice. We see the research. We see the impacts. We don’t notice the knowledge translation. Knowledge translation is like

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Knowledge Mobilization for Particle Physics? / Mobiliser les connaissances en physique des particules?

Giving a knowledge mobilization workshop to members of TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics, was a new stretch for David Phipps. But it also helped to ask the question, is public engagement in research a necessary precursor for knowledge mobilization? Pour donner aux membres de TRIUMF, le laboratoire

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The Retreat of the State and the Future of Social Science

Baars, S. (2014). The retreat of the state and the future of social science. Management in Education, 28(1) 6-11. http://mie.sagepub.com/content/28/1/6.full.pdf Abstract Amidst deep cuts to public spending, the UK Coalition government announced in 2010 that it would be substantially reducing its subsidy of social science within higher education. As part of the same deficit

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