The Université de Montréal is offering a series of MOOCs called Knowledge Transfer: Fostering Research-Based Practices and Policies. This is a great free online French course that consists of eight modules. The first MOOC in the series is an introduction to knowledge transfer. The goal of the course is to have participants be able to familiarize themselves with the basic concepts linked to the notion of transfer and identify the factors that favor or hinder the use of knowledge. At the end of the course, participants should be better equipped to plan a transfer process and assess the benefits.
This course is targeted for anyone who wants to familiarize themselves and develop their skills to carry out knowledge transfer activities such as researchers, student-researchers, professionals (s) of research, health professionals (s), decision makers and managers of health interventions and services.
This series has been developed by the RENARD Research Team in collaboration with the Research Institute for Development (IRD) and with the support of the Center for University Teaching (CPU) of the Université de Montréal.
To learn more about this informative course, check out the link https://catalogue.edulib.org/fr/cours/UMontreal-renard101/