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Knowledge Mobilization, Collaboration, and Social Innovation: Leveraging Investments in Higher Education
(Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 2013-06)
This article is a qualitative literature synthesis in the areas of community-campus collaborations, knowledge mobilization and social innovation. The article aims to be useful to people who work in academic settings, ...
Qualities of knowledge brokers: reflections from practice
(Policy Press, 2013-05)
Employing knowledge brokers is one way that universities and research centres have responded to the increasing emphasis on the wider usefulness and uptake of research beyond the academy. While there is an increase in the ...
Maximizing the Benefits of Research
When research is easier to access, it supports closer collaboration between the different groups that are affected by it. Universities, communities, government agencies and businesses can improve their collaboration with ...