Post Cards from Congress – Day 4 Traffic at the ResearchImpact/RéseauImpactRechereche (RIR) booth has been steady and we have engaged with researchers from universities across Canada who have expressed interest in knowledge mobilization (KMb) and the RIR network. And while our pens (thanks, York Research), luggage tags (thanks, Memorial University’s yaffle project) and our candy have been popular swag, it has been our recipe book which has been our best seller! Allow us to explain. No, we’re not publishers, so we’re really not ‘selling’ anything. And ‘recipe book’ is how we’re referring to a peer reviewed article which David Phipps has published in 2011, titled A Report Detailing the Development of a University-Based Knowledge Mobilization Unit that Enhances Research Outreach and Engagement (accurate, but you see how ‘recipe book’ rolls off the tongue a little easier!). At our booth we have an assortment of materials for delegates to take to inform them of our network, our programs and services, and how their institution can get involved in RIR. Of all these items, it is the ‘recipe book’ that has been the most popular. So popular, in fact, that we have had to print off additional copies and we’re only half way through Congress! We’re excited and proud that academics, as well as community-based researchers, are so interested in the details of how York has developed and delivered institutional KMb. This represents a significant step in our engagement with researchers at Congress. And we are hopeful this interest will result in future growth for RIR!