Mapping the Impact
of Research
David Phipps, Executive Director
Research & Innovation Services

–1

@researchimpact
Using Evidence

–2
Three principles of knowledge mobilization
1. Knowledge
mobilization is a social
process (Sandra
Nutley)
2. Co-production ...
What is knowledge mobilization?

–4
What is knowledge mobilization?

–5
–6
Amo, C. 2007. Conceptualizing research impact: the case of education research. The
Canadian Journal of Program Evaluati...
–7
How and What?
community

community

HOW

Knowledge Mobilization

collaboration

Social Innovation

WHAT

campus
campus

Kn...
Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan

–9
Is knowledge mobilization logical?

Activity

Output

Outcome
Impact

Co-production

–10

Dissemination

Uptake

Implement...
Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan

Co-production

–11

Dissemination

Uptake

Implementation

Impact
Co-produced pathway to impact

–12
Indicators
Pathway

Indicators

Data Source

Inputs
(qual/quant)

Grant $, contract $, cash & in kind match,
research ques...
–14
David Phipps
dphipps@yorku.ca
www.researchimpact.ca
@researchimpact
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  1. 1. Mapping the Impact of Research David Phipps, Executive Director Research & Innovation Services –1 @researchimpact
  2. 2. Using Evidence –2
  3. 3. Three principles of knowledge mobilization 1. Knowledge mobilization is a social process (Sandra Nutley) 2. Co-production is the most robust form of knowledge mobilization (Sandra Nutley) 3. Impact is measured at the level of the user –3
  4. 4. What is knowledge mobilization? –4
  5. 5. What is knowledge mobilization? –5
  6. 6. –6 Amo, C. 2007. Conceptualizing research impact: the case of education research. The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 22(1):75-98. http://cjpe.ca/secure/22-1-075.pdf
  7. 7. –7
  8. 8. How and What? community community HOW Knowledge Mobilization collaboration Social Innovation WHAT campus campus Knowledge mobilization helps make research useful to society –8
  9. 9. Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan –9
  10. 10. Is knowledge mobilization logical? Activity Output Outcome Impact Co-production –10 Dissemination Uptake Implementation
  11. 11. Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan Co-production –11 Dissemination Uptake Implementation Impact
  12. 12. Co-produced pathway to impact –12
  13. 13. Indicators Pathway Indicators Data Source Inputs (qual/quant) Grant $, contract $, cash & in kind match, research questions, samples/data Researcher/Partner Research (qual/quant) HQP (incl. post grad employment), data, tools, collaborations Researcher/Partner Dissemination (quant) Academic publications, non-academic publications, social media, arts based, workshops, community forum, conference proceedings, media, patents filed, PSA, MTA Researcher/Partner Uptake (narrative) evaluation, presentations, staff meetings, debate/discussion, controversy/conflict; HQP (interns) Partner/Researcher Implementation (narrative) HQP (intern), policy/practice/product/service, Partner (KMb target?) Impact –13 (narrative) Socioeconomic benefit, public awareness, clients served, units sold Partner
  14. 14. –14
  15. 15. David Phipps dphipps@yorku.ca www.researchimpact.ca @researchimpact

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