Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Laurier to host Brantford knowledge mobilization workshop November 23
Office of Research Services
Knowledge Mobilization 101
Responding to requests from government, faculty, graduate students and community members to learn how to mobilize their research knowledge, Laurier is hosting another in a series of knowledge mobilization workshops.
The first workshop was hosted on October 19th by Laurier's Centre for Community Research, Learning and Action and was led by Shawna Reibling, the knowledge mobilization officer in Laurier's Office of Research Services.
The next workshop is open to anyone:
- Brantford campus - November 23, 10:30-noon, CB100
- what knowledge mobilization is and why it matters
- examples of knowledge mobilization strategies for the social sciences and humanities
- examples of knowledge mobilization strategies for the sciences
- clear language summaries as an example of an outreach tool
Shawna Reibling comes to Laurier from the University of Guelph, where she was a Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator, serving both the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences and the Institute for Community Engaged Scholarship. She previously managed a knowledge mobilization team in the UBC Faculty of Education and was a Grants Facilitator at the University of British Columbia.
To register visit: http://LaurierKnowledgeMobilization101.eventbrite.ca
Plans are in the works for another Knowledge Mobilization 101 workshop at Laurier Brantford. Details will be posted when they are available.
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