Resources

Welcome to our resources repository! The following tools are intended to help you with your knowledge mobilization activities!

Knowledge mobilization is about getting the “right information” to the “right people” in the “right format” at the “right time”.

It consists of activities and outputs that build awareness, disseminate findings, and enable use of research. The goal is to maximize the impact of research and communicate these impacts as widely as possible. 

The term knowledge mobilization can be used interchangeably with other terms such as knowledge exchange, knowledge translation, implementation science, and K*.

This page provides tools for planning, learning about efforts within academic, not-for-profit, corporate and government environments, and fine-tuning your knowledge mobilization skills.

You can search by topic and resource type below.

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Knowledge Mobilization Planning Template

This is a comprehensive, modifiable PDF-format toolkit that uses a “question and answer” format and checklists to elicit key components for wide-ranging knowledge mobilization (KMb) plans. It includes a handy printable KMb plan outline in its appendix that is useful for develping more complete KMb plans with multiple audiences. Click here for the Knowledge Mobilization [...]

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Types: KMb Guides, Tools
Topic: Event Planning

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3 I’s Stakeholder Analysis Template

This is a framework that can be used to analyze and characterize stakeholders surrounding your impact project. It begins by defining the 3 i’s (interest, influence, impact) and then uses these three key concepts to categorize stakeholders using a Stakeholder Typology chart. The authors also include a detailed workshop facilitation plan for users to incorporate [...]

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Type: Tools
Topic: Stakeholder Engagement

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Knowledge mobilization is for everyone!

Although knowledge mobilization is often used in a research context, it can be applied to many different fields and sectors of employment. Engaging in knowledge mobilization requires applying a wide variety of skills such as stakeholder engagement, clear language writing skills, communications, design, social media engagement, event planning and facilitation, and evaluation. While these skills [...]

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Type: Reports

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