This week's guest post first appeared on www.newwire.ca and is reposted here with permission. Research Snaps project presents social sciences and humanities research by asking simple questions and engaging readers in the results KELOWNA, BC, May 31, 2017 /CNW/ - What is this research about? What did the researchers find? How canRead More
First ResearchSnapshot Produced for NeuroDevNet / Premiers FlashRecherche en provenance de NeuroDevNet
This week's blog post is a guest post from NeuroDevNet Knowledge Translation Core manager, Anneliese Poetz. Ce billet d’invité nous parvient d’Anneliese Poetz, directrice du transfert des connaissances pour NeuroDevNet. FlashRecherche de NeuroDevNet sont également disponibles en français. NeuroDevNet is a Network of Centres of Excellence funded by the Federal government of Canada. ThereRead More
David Phipps, RIR-York While busy brokering and building capacity for knowledge mobilization York's Knowledge Mobilization Unit has also been publishing peer reviewed articles on their practice. These 10 publications (and more are on their way) are posted in the Knowledge Mobilization community of York's institutional repository. This new monthly post willRead More
David Phipps, RIR-York Knowledge mobilization is harder than translation or transfer or even exchange. But it is more effective. Yet we continue to invest so much effort in less effective strategies to promote research utilization. La mobilisation des connaissances est plus difficile que l’adaptation ou même l’échange de connaissances. Mais elle estRead More
The following was originally posted in YFile, York University's Daily News, on October 23, 2012 and is reposted here with permission. When it comes to conveying the important research to the broader community, clear language summaries are the best choice, this according to a new article published in the peer-reviewed journal, Scholarly & Research Communications. Led byRead More
Sabah Haque, RIR - York This past summer, the KMb Unit at York University was fortunate enough to work with three excellent students. Sabah Haque, a fourth year student in York's Schulich School of Business, worked as a Research Translation Assistant developing ResearchSnapshot research summaries. She shares her story in this post. AuRead More
A New Development in the World of ResearchSnapshots / Un nouveau développement dans le monde des faits saillants de recherche
Jason Guriel, Evidence Exchange Network ResearchImpact’s ResearchSnapshot database makes research on climate change, homelessness, and other important topics accessible to a wide range of audiences. But the latest additions to the library – created by Evidence Exchange Network (EENet) – bring an enhanced focus on mental health and addictions research, especiallyRead More
A Summer of Clear Language Summaries Ahead! / À venir, un été rempli de résumés de recherche en langage clair
This summer, our writing team at York University has started working on brand new clear language summaries. Look for new, upcoming ResearchSnapshots to be developed around the topic of Poverty Eradication. Cet été, l’équipe de rédaction de l’Université York a déjà commencé à travailler sur de tout nouveaux résumés de rechercheRead More
David Phipps (RIR- York)
The ResearchSnapshot clear language research summary database holds 170 summaries. Thanks to a summer of writing at York University and collaborations with ResearchImpact-RéseauImpactRecherche universities and other knowledge mobilization organizations this number is poised to triple over the next few months.
La banque de résumés en langage claire ResearchSnapshot contient désormais 170 items. Grâce au travail estival de l’université de York, en collaboration avec des universités du RéseauImpactRecherche – ResearchImpact ainsi qu’avec d’autres organisations de mobilisation des connaissances, ce nombre est amené à tripler dans les prochains mois.
School has begun and it’s time not only to look forward to planning for another academic year of knowledge mobilization services but to also look back on the work of the summer. We held a very successful KMb Expo introducing social innovation, the outcome of the process of knowledge mobilization. We travelled to CUExpo, CAURA and Congress where the most frequently heard question was “how can my university join ResearchImpact-RéseauImpactRecherche?” We started the KMb journal club. We got two papers accepted in peer reviewed journals and were invited to write a chapter in a forthcoming book.
And we wrote in clear language. A lot. Last year, we published 28 new ResearchSnapshot clear language research summaries. This year summer we completed 44 summaries that will be posted in our online searchable database which already contains 170 ResearchSnapshot. In June, we committed to writing about social determinants of health. We are pleased that 21 of the 44 completed research summaries deal with issues related to social determinants of health, those social factors such as poverty, immigration, disability, education that contribute to health inequities. This collection will be a valuable resource for our recently awarded grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to undertake community based knowledge brokering for social determinants of health.
In addition, we have written clear language summaries of research from the University of Victoria and have collaborated with our York University KMb colleagues at the Homeless Hub to produce some of their research summaries in the ResearchSnapshot format. One example is the research produced in collaboration with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities that is summarized in the ResearchSnapshot “While home ownership has increased, more people are at risk of homelessness in the cities.”Read More
Clear Language Research Summaries Go National! / Les résumés de recherches en langage clair à l’échelle nationale!
By Shawna Reibling (ResearchImpact, University of Guelph) Clear Language Research Summaries are designed to remove jargon and create a description of a peer-reviewed discovery that’s easy to understand. Students and personnel from across the University of Guelph will be trained by York University in clear language writing techniques, beginning to writeRead More
Even with clear language is it any wonder we are still misunderstood? Mobilize This! last wrote about clear language on July 13, 2010, and we feature clear language in our ResearchSnapshot research summaries (search the database here). But we have yet to feature mirth, whimsy, and jocularity… sorry, humour… aboutRead More
Recently, at the Ontario Science Centre, Michael Johnny, Manager of the KMb Unit at York University, which was enjoying its annual outing, had occasion to talk about the summer he planted trees as a student. A lot of trees. According to Johnny, in this particular outfit, you were trucked outRead More
ResearchImpact announces growth in research summaries, community access, outreach and new web tools. Three recent stories speak to the continued development of KM services at York: Research Summaries and Community Collaboration Stations As reported in YFile on December 4, 2009, York announced the release of 40 additional ResearchSnapshot research summaries. This effectivelyRead More
Last week York published its special Research Edition of York U, the magazine of York University. This edition of YorkU features many stories of only a few of the great researchers we have at York but KM was up front and personal. KM was featured in the welcomeRead More
Our new ResearchSnapshot series of clear language summaries of completed research was featured today in YFile, York's daily news bulletin. You can search the ResearchSnapshot collection on our web site by clicking here. Here is an excerpt from the article: How would a community organization or policy-maker access social science orRead More