CESI’s work is rooted in the collaborative co-production of knowledge between University of Guelph academics and community-based practitioners (see our definition of community engaged scholarship as practiced at CESI). At CESI, we always work to mobilize this co-produced knowledge, and to develop campus and community capacity for knowledge mobilization (KMb), using a variety of techniques. In our KMb program, these include:
- Skills development workshops
- Grant collaboration
- Brokering (facilitating connections between research partners)
Knowledge mobilization helps make sure research knowledge is benefiting our community. Learn more about how we define knowledge mobilization.
The KMb program is led by Caroline Duvieusart-Déry, Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator.