Congratulations to these University of Ottawa Doctoral Students!

At the University of Ottawa, the Office of the Vice-President, Research awarded research scholarships to nine exceptional doctoral students across campus. These Graduate Student Knowledge Mobilization Training Scholarships were designed to offer graduate students a $7,000 stipend as well as the opportunity to develop their foundational knowledge and skills in knowledge mobilization by providing them […]

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Research Impact Canada is growing again!

Research Impact Canada (RIC) is a member driven network designed to build institutional capacity for knowledge mobilization and research impact by sharing policies, practices, and services for research institutions across Canada. We started out as two institutions in 2006. This month we welcome three more institutions making us 23 universities and one non-academic institution – […]

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Job Posting: Knowledge Broker position at Can Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

The Can Centre on Substance Use and Addiction is currently seeking to fill a full-time Knowledge Broker position. The successful candidate will work in collaboration with other divisions at Can Centre on Substance Use and Addiction and other key stakeholders. By facilitating the collaborative efforts of stakeholders and partners, the Knowledge Broker will apply effective […]

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Irish Research For Irish Public Policy paper launch discussion

On September 15th, 2021, from 9:30 am to 10:30am EDT, Minister Simon Harris from the Irish Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science will launch the Royal Irish Academy’s and Irish Research Council’s Research For Public Policy discussion paper as part of the third seminar of the Research for Public Policy series. […]

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Innovation and Knowledge Mobilization

A colleague at a Research Impact Canada member university recently asked me about innovation, knowledge mobilization and indicators to know the difference. This is the e-mail exchange. Sharon: How do you know when innovation is happening in a knowledge mobilization process? What are the indicators? David: Do you mean an innovative KMb process or a […]

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New journal article by David Phipps (York) and Julie Bayley (Lincoln) and colleagues from Emerald Publishing

David Phipps has co authored a paper on the convergence of knowledge mobilization and open publishing to support research impact. Published by Scholarly and Research Communications, the paper is introduced by Julie Bayley on her blog at the Lincoln Impact Literacy Institute (LILI). The article, Open Scholarly Publishing and Knowledge Mobilization: Combining Two Initiatives to […]

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National Indigenous Peoples Day – Indigenous Drumming Ceremony

On Monday, June 21st, 2021, one of RIC members, Simon Fraser University (SFU), organized an Indigenous Drumming Ceremony on SFU’s Surrey campus to honour the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities across Canada. You may watch the recording of the event online. […]

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Emerald Publishing launches Impact Services – LILI and Research Impact Canada’s Work in Practice

David Phipps (York University and Research Impact Canada) has been working with Julie Bayley (University of Lincoln and Lincoln Impact Literacy Institute, LILI) on impact theories and tools since 2016. On July 5, 2021 Emerald Global launched their Impact Services based on this collaboration. The following is a post from Julie Bayley reposted here with […]

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Working with academic libraries to grow your impact

Research Impact Canada invites you to a free webinar on Wednesday, June 30th, 2021, from 10am to 11am PDT/1pm to 2pm EDT. Krista Jensen, Knowledge Mobilization Officer at York University, will moderate a panel discussion on how you can work with academic libraries to grow the impact of your research. Register for the webinar today! […]

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2021 Summit Brings Together U.S. and Canada Perspectives on Research Impacts

The Center for Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS) and Research Impact Canada (RIC) worked in collaboration to host the 2021 Summit on Research Impact & Public Engagement at the Intersection of the Future Workforce. The virtual Summit took place from May 10th, 2021 to May 12th, 2021. With more than 25 workshops and sessions, […]

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