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Planting the Seeds for Change: A Case Study from York University’s Knowledge Mobilization Graduate Student Internship Program
(Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (JCES), 2014-09-25)
September 25th, 2014 | Posted in JCES Vol. 7 No. 2 | No Comments » This practice-based article describes the academic and non-academic outputs and outcomes of community-academic research collaboration. The collaboration ...
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, ...
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 ...
Knowledge Mobilization and Social Innovation are Integral Components of Innovation Strategies to Leverage Investments in Higher Education
This knowledge synthesis examines how investments in higher education research and development can be leveraged through social innovation and knowledge mobilization as integral components of innovation strategies that ...
A Report Detailing the Development of a University-Based Knowledge Mobilization Unit that Enhances Research Outreach and Engagement
(Scholarly and Research Communications, 2011)
This field note presents reflections from the perspective of a knowledge mobilization (KMb) practitioner after five years of developing and delivering KMb services in a university-based environment. This field note is a ...
Lessons learned from knowledge mobilisation: turning research into action
(The Association of Commonwealth Universities, 09-Jun)
Knowledge Mobilization Leads to Social Innovation
Building the capacity for KMb will benefit universities and communities. Through knowledge brokers, resources, and clear language research summaries, the KMb Unit at York is working to maximize the social, cultural, and ...
Revealing the complexity of community campus interactions
(Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2014)
In this paper, four qualitative case studies capture the complex interplay between the social and structural relations that shape community - academic partnerships. Collaborations begin as relationships among people. They ...
Using research to influence family services and policies: issues and challenges
(Policy Press, 2012-07)
There is growing national and international interest in the ways that research might influence policy and practice. The 4 articles in the Open Space section of this journal issue discuss how research is used to inform ...
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 ...