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Ces 2013

  1. 1. Making research useful tosocietyDavid Phipps, PhD, MBAExecutive Director, Research & Innovation ServicesYork University
  2. 2. 1. Knowledgemobilization is asocial process(Sandra Nutley)2. Co-production is themost robust form ofknowledgemobilization (SandraNutley)3. Impact is measuredat the level of theuserThree principles of knowledge mobilization
  3. 3. What is knowledge mobilization?
  4. 4. What is knowledge mobilization?
  5. 5. How and What?Knowledge Mobilizationcommunitycampuscampuscommunitycollaboration Social InnovationHOW WHATKnowledge mobilization helpsmake research useful to society
  6. 6. Is knowledge mobilization logical?Activity Output OutcomeImpactDissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production
  7. 7. ResearchImpact-RéseauImpactRecherche (RIR)
  8. 8. RIR examples of knowledge mobilization practice1. Knowledgemobilization is asocial process(Sandra Nutley)2. Co-production is themost robust form ofknowledgemobilization (SandraNutley)3. Impact is measuredat the level of theuser
  9. 9. Using Evidence
  10. 10. David Phippsdphipps@yorku.cahttp://www.researchimpact.ca

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