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Presentation made to U Sheffield Co-Production Seminar July 12, 2013.

Presentation made to U Sheffield Co-Production Seminar July 12, 2013.

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    • Knowledge Mobilization as an Institutional Priority David Phipps, Executive Director Research & Innovation Services York University, Toronto, Canada @researchimpact
    • 2 + Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan http://www.thestar.com/article/462613
    • 3 Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan
    • 4 Knowledge Mobilization – what is it? • Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) is a suite of services that supports collaborations between non-commercial research and expertise and the public, private and non- profit sectors. • KMb (the process) can enable enhanced social innovation (the outcome). • KMb is the university’s contribution to social innovation and allows partners from the public, private and non-profit sectors to leverage investments in university research.
    • 5 How and What? Knowledge Mobilization community campus campus community collaboration Social InnovationHOW WHAT Knowledge mobilization helps make research useful to society
    • 6 Institutional knowledge mobilization services Research Summaries Research Translation Help Desk Research Translation Help Desk Research Forums KM in AM Research Partnerships KMb Interns Social Media Exchange (KE) Knowledge Mobilization partnerships CBR co-production Community Based Besearch Producer Push (KT) User Pull (KT)
    • 7 KMb Tools: ResearchSnapshot
    • 8 York’s KMb Unit February 2006- June 2013 # Faculty Involved 289 # Graduate Students Involved 153 # Information sessions for faculty and students 201 # Information sessions for community 222 # collaboration opportunities 392 #KMb projects 155 # agencies involved in KMb partnerships 231 #KMb Internships 41 Community Partner funding raised $1.1M Research Contract funding raised $1.2M Total KMb associated grant funding raised $33.6M
    • 9 Executive Director Director, Innovation York Assoc. Dir.Res. GrantsDirector, SIRIMgr. KMb KMb Officer Student Res. Ag Officer Awards Coord. ORS Asst Info Officer Tech. Info Officer Appl. Coord. Grants Admin. Student Student CPM YUSARes. Employee KMb Officer Research Officers MI TT Officer Mgr. Ind Liaison Student ISR Specialist SSH(H) ISR Specialist STE(H) Student Research Directors Institutional Support for Knowledge Mobilization
    • 10 University Drivers Internal External Program Mix External Funding Environment Academic Planning: Provost’s White Paper REF 2014 Strategic Research Plan (note1) Public Return on Investment Tenure & Promotion (note 2) Community Demand Community Engagement 1. York University's 2013 SRP: Scholarship of Socially Engaged Research: Building on existing leadership in the practice of socially engaged research across all disciplines by working to enhance York’s expertise on the scholarship on engagement. A commitment to work to increase the critical mass of scholarship at York that is focused on socially-engaged research and on maximizing the benefits derived therefrom; Knowledge Mobilization; Support for the Social Entrepreneur 2. www.engagedscholarship.ca Which are the right ones?
    • 11 So what? KMb in their own words… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmIWbsMO93w&list=FLkz8O0mnDbgER4a ZPoWAheQ&index=1&feature=plpp_video
    • David Phipps dphipps@yorku.ca http://www.researchimpact.ca @researchimpact