Presenter: David Phipps, director of research services & knowledge exchange at York University and Peter Levesque, chair Knowledge Mobilization Works.
0:00 - 2:13 How knowledge mobilization can be used2:13 - 4:46 Where does it come from?4:46 - 7:15 The three basic questions7:15 - 8:52 The model
0:00 - 2:24 The core of knowledge mobibilization2:24 - 6:22 Educational and career path6:22 - 9:00 What is Knowledge Mobilization Works and who is their clientele?
0:00 - 3:14 Some of KMW's projects3:14 - 6:56 Knowledge mobilization at York6:56 - 9:07 Peter's story - how to connect research
0:00 - 4:18 Peter's story (cont'd)4:18 - 5:40 Some other people's stories5:39 - 7:33 How the term "knowledge mobilization" came about
0:00 - 1:30 The difference between community-based research and knowledge mobilization1:30 - 3:10 What does dissemination mean?3:10 - 5:18 Job descriptions of knowledge mobilizers5:18 - 7:23 Krista's story7:23 - 8:20 The need for relationships
0:00 - 3:10 KM can happen throughout your research cycle3:10 - 5:32 KM is a process - so keep trying5:32 - 9:00 How do we grow this profession?
0:00 - 6:30 KM intern experience6:30 - 9:08 Challenges of KM
0:00 - 1:12 Canadian KM scholars1:12 - 5:36 Practical examples of KM5:36 - 8:27 KM support systems
0:00 - 5:11 What is a KM culture?5:11 - 9:15 More examples of KM in practice
Thanks for the post UA.
For more KMb videos check out the ResearchImpact you tube channel http://www.youtube.com/researchimpact
as well as Peter Levesque's videos at http://www.youtube.com/northernshepherd
Posted by David Phipps, Apr 7, 2010 11:56 AM