The Chair and Planning Committee of the 2015 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum, and the Board of the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization wish to sincerely thank ResearchImpact for their GOLD SPONSORSHIP of the upcoming #CKF15 in Montréal, Québec on May 14 & 15, 2015. Without this support we would not be able to offer this unique opportunity for [...]
This is the second edition of the Knowledge Mobilization 100. (the first was 2011). The KMb 100 is an annual "peek" at who is influencing our thinking about knowledge mobilization practice. While not a scientific study, as a peer-to-peer exercise it does reveal at least two important things: who are we paying attention to and [...]
G8|20 equals KMb 100|30 : How the security spending in Toronto could fund KMb work in all Canadian Universities and Colleges for the next 30 years.
I was in Toronto this week for meetings with clients and to attend the Ontario KTECOP presentations at the University of Toronto Faculty Club. College Street and neighboring avenues were picked clean of newspaper boxes, garbage cans, bicycles or anything else that could become a "weapon of mass protest" - WMP. Hordes of young police [...]
Thousands of academics, students, publishers, media are to be found milling in and around the Concordia University buildings near the corner of Ste. Catherine and Guy streets in downtown Montreal. All the activity is for Congress2010. Peter Levesque of Knowledge Mobilization Works is pleased to participate as a blogger and is looking for stories on [...]