Knowledge Mobilization Product Research / Recherche sur les résultats de la mobilisation des connaissances

Queen's University student Amber Vance recently completed a three week placement at York University's Knowledge Mobilization Unit where she researched knowledge translation products. Here are her reflections on the experience.  Amber Vance, une étudiante de l’Université Queen’s, a fait récemment un stage de trois semaines à l’Unité de mobilisation des connaissances de

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Infographics for Knowledge Translation

This week’s guest post written by Issac Coplan, comes from the NeuroDevNet KT blog KT Core-ner. It was originally published on April 8, 2015 and is reposted here with permission. The word infographic is an abbreviation of the term “Information Graphic”. Increasingly, these forms of data visualization have used in knowledge

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New Student-Developed Board Game Bridging Academia With Practical World

This week’s post by Susan Hickman comes from Carleton Now, Carleton University’s monthly community magazine and is reposted here with permission. See the original post here. [caption id="attachment_7938" align="aligncenter" width="560"] Carleton master’s student Anthony Maki is one of the creators of the KMb board game.(Susan Hickman Photo)[/caption] A game developed in a knowledge mobilization

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Documentary to Give Voice to Key Players in Violence Against Women Movement

This week’s post from Maria McClintock comes from Carleton Now, Carleton University's monthly community magazine and is reposted here with permission. See the original post here. Eileen Morrow, Gloria Harris, Andree Cote – and the list goes on. These women may not be household names, but when it comes to violence against women, they’re

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

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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Walking the Talk of Community Engagement / Prouver, concrètement, notre engagement communautaire

There are many opportunities to meet and publish about community engagement. David Phipps (York University) and Jane Wedlock (United Way York Region) are active in these spaces but we’re wondering how others participate. How do we support authentic community campus partnerships? Les occasions de rencontre et de publication dans le domaine

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So What the Heck is Knowledge Mobilization and Why Should I Care?

This week's guest post comes from Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE). This post first appeared on the CFICE Connections blog on November 24, 2014 and is reposted here with permission. What is Knowledge Mobilization (KMb)? Why should I care? Almost every research funding grant asks for a knowledge mobilization strategy.  In

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RIR Welcomes McMaster University to Our Network / Le RIR accueille l’Université McMaster

We are pleased to announce that McMaster University has joined the ResearchImpact-Reseau Impact Recherche network. C’est avec plaisir que nous annonçons l’adhésion de l’Université McMaster au Réseau Impact Recherche-ResearchImpact. On October 21, the ResearchImpact – RéseauImpactRecherche network formally approved an application from McMaster University for admission into the network.  RIR now has

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