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An institutional Process for Brokering community-campus research collaborations
(University of Saskatoon, 2015-05)
Knowledge mobilization seeks to identify and support authentic research collaborations between community and university so that benefits of the research accrue to both partners. Knowledge brokering is a key knowledge ...
Lessons learned from knowledge mobilisation: turning research into action
(The Association of Commonwealth Universities, 09-Jun)
A Field Note Describing the Development and Dissemination of Clear Language Research Summaries for University-Based Knowledge Mobilization
(Scholarly & Research Communications, 2012-10-09)
Objectives: The outputs of academic research are often written in technical language that is not accessible or useful to non-academic audiences. We set out to develop and disseminate clear language research summaries as ...
Knowledge Translation and Strategic Communications: Unpacking Differences and Similarities for Scholarly and Research Communications
(CCSP Press, 2014-11-12)
Knowledge translation (KT) involves communication of research evidence. Within research-relevant organizations there is considerable overlap in the roles and activities associated with KT and strategic communications ...
Clear Language Summaries Are Tools for Research Outreach and Knowledge Mobilization
Research summaries employing clear language writing and design principles are able to engage a wider audience in university research. This allows for university research and research expertise to be accessible to community ...
Graduate Students Can Improve Their Networking and Research Skills in Collaborative Research Projects with Community Partners
The KMb summer internship program for graduate students is a part of the university’s goal for knowledge mobilization. It allows both graduate students and the community partners they work with to participate in the creation ...
Student internships bridge research to real world problems
(Emerald Group Publishing, 11-Jan)
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to evaluate whether unstructured graduate student research internships conducted in collaboration with community agencies build capacity and knowledge for students and community.
Science for Society
(International Innvoation, 2015-09-23)
The Government of Canada’s new science, technology & innovation strategy means universities must adopt a fresh approach to complement technology transfer and industry liaison. ResearchImpact-RéseauImpactRecherche, a network ...