Nouvel article de journal par David Phipps (York) et Julie Bayley (Lincoln) et collègues de Emerald Publishing

David Phipps a co-signé un article sur la convergence de la mobilisation des connaissances et de la publication ouverte pour soutenir l’impact de la recherche. Publié par Scholarly and Research Communications, le document est présenté par Julie Bayley sur son blog au Lincoln Impact Literacy Institute (LILI). L’article intitulé Open Scholarly Publishing and Knowledge Mobilization: […]

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Emerald Publishing lance les services d’impact – Le travail en pratique de LILI et Réseau Impact Recherche Canada

David Phipps (York University et Réseau Impact Recherche Canada) travaille avec Julie Bayley (Lincoln University et Lincoln Impact Literacy Institute, LILI) sur les théories et outils d’impact depuis 2016. Le 5 juillet 2021, Emerald Global a lancé ses services d’impact basés sur cette collaboration. Ce qui suit est un post de Julie Bayley reposté ici […]

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Research Impact Through Matchmaking (RITM): Why and How to Connect Researchers and Practitioners

Levine, A.S. (2020) Research Impact Through Matchmaking (RITM): Why and How to Connect Researchers and Practitioners. Political Science & Politics. 53(2):265-269 https://doi.org/10.1017/S1049096519001720   Abstract Researchers and practitioners increasingly want to learn from one another and work together to solve problems. This article presents results from a new evidence-based approach for connecting them, called Research Impact […]

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The Collaborative Process Behind McMaster’s Guide to Collaboration…. / La démarche collaborative derrière le guide de McMaster sur la collaboration…

One of the challenges for community members wishing to access university expertise is that it’s hard to find the way in.  “There’s no front door,” people tell us. So, in April 2015, a small group of collaborators from McMaster and the Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton decided to create not so much a […]

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A Systematic Review of Barriers to and Facilitators of the use of Evidence by Policymakers

Oliver, K., Innvar, S., Lorenc, T., Woodman, J., & Thomas, J. (2014). A systematic review of barriers to and facilitators of the use of evidence by policymakers. BMC Health Services Research, 14:2.  doi:10.1186/1472-6963-14-2. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/14/2 Abstract Background: The gap between research and practice or policy is often described as a problem. To identify new barriers of and facilitators to the […]

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Communities of Practice and Communities of Definition / Communautés de pratique et communautés de définition

Bronwynne Wilton* & Anne Bergen**, RIR-University of Guelph What happens when a diverse group of academics and government staff get together to discuss the role of the knowledge broker in the research to action cycle?  Lots of different opinions of course!  And this is exactly what happened at a recent meeting of the Guelph Knowledge […]

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