YorkSpace is York University's Institutional Repository. It is a platform that enables York community members to organize and preserve their research online in an institutional context. It showcases the scholarship of the York University community through the use of a special standards-based software platform that collects usage statistics and provides exceptional visibility on the web.

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Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change (EUC)
Global Labour Research Centre
Lives Outside the Lines: a Symposium in Honour of Marlene Kadar
SWORD Deposit
  • Devised Theatre at York Starter Kit 

    Smith, Autumn; Jan, Aaron; Reece, Luke; Powis, Lucy (2020)
    This toolkit offers tips, advice, and links for devising theatre from scratch.
  • Knowledge Mobilization and Anti-Oppression 

    Smith, Hilda (2020)
    Research has biases. Biases might come from any part of research or other ways of creating knowledge. When research evidence is part of a knowledge mobilisation (KMb) plan, how do knowledge brokers evaluate it for biases? ...
  • Knowledge Mobilization 

    Smith, Hilda (2020)
    Understanding the process of KMb, the sharing of knowledge is easier for everyone; researchers, communities, and individuals. Different people take active roles in different parts of the KMb process. Some people or groups ...
  • Inside Out: A Curriculum for Making Grant Outputs into OER 

    Quail, Stephanie; Coysh, Sarah J (2020-10-21)
    Catalyzed by the passing of the York University Open Access Policy last year, a recognition has been growing at York University, like most other institutions, about the value of Open Educational Resources (OER) and more ...
  • The Impact Assessment Act, 2019, Climate Change, and Political Priorities in Canada 

    Offenheim, Alyssa (2020-04)
    The Impact Assessment Act, 2019 was presented as establishing stronger rules to protect the country’s environment and renewing public trust in the decision-making about resource development. The purpose of this study is ...

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