Join us for a series of interactive, online workshops on knowledge mobilization.
What is knowledge mobilization?
Knowledge mobilization is about doing more with what we know. It is an intentional approach to help facilitate two-way knowledge exchange between researchers and community (practitioners, policy makers, public) through collaboratively building research, engaging with research outputs and products, and translating findings to enhance the real-world impact of research on society.
Knowledge Mobilization workshops and lunch and learns
Unlock Your Research Impact: Tools for doing integrated knowledge translation [Online]
About the workshop
Have you heard that working collaboratively with community, that is taking an integrated knowledge translation (IKT) approach to research, will increase the quality and impact of your research? Are you wondering how to take this approach? In this webinar Mei Lan Fang, University of Dundee professor and Lupin Battersby, SFU knowledge mobilization manager, introduce you to IKT and a toolkit of resources to guide you on using this approach throughout the research cycle.
Mei Lan Fang & Lupin Battersby
This workshop is part of the Knowledge Mobilization Lunch and Learn series.
Register for upcoming workshops
Wednesday, April 12, 2023 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
These workshops are free to attend, and everyone is welcome. Registration is required to receive the Zoom connection details. Please register for each workshop individually, using the links above.
Interested in learning more about knowledge mobilization? Connect with the SFU Knowledge Mobilization Hub.