Research Commons Workshop – Innovation York: Knowledge Mobilization Planning

How do you make your research relevant, useful for everyday life?

Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) takes the best of what we know and makes it useful to communities. And while dissemination of research results is important, KMb is embedded throughout the entire research process. Planning is a critical first step. The KMb Unit will share emerging tools and offer researchers greater capacity to develop a knowledge mobilization plan for their research project, demonstrating how knowledge mobilization aligns itself with engaged scholarship and principles of data equity.

Two faculty members will share their experiences in developing successful knowledge mobilization plans. They will discuss the importance and integration of KMb practices throughout their project, and their scholarship.

The workshop will cover the importance of:
• Cultivating reciprocal partnerships
• Identifying clarity around data scope, utility and access
• Creating knowledge products that help your partners
access and implement key findings
• Utilizing changes to service provision and/or public
policy development can be attributed directly to your
research efforts
• What in-kind supports are available for KMb plans, and
• Developing strategies for success

Michael Johnny
Manager, Knowledge Mobilization, Innovation York

Jude Kong,
Assistant Professor, Dept of Mathematics & Statistics, Faculty of Science

Nick Mule,
Professor, School of Social Work, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
Sexuality Studies Coordinator and Professor, School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies


Jan 18 2023


10:00 am - 11:30 am

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