This webinar will be hosted by Dr. Tamika Heiden, Founder of Research Impact Academy, Karen Nelson (CESI Research Shop Coordinator), and Dr. Elizabeth Jackson (CESI Director). Karen and Elizabeth will discuss the structure and operation of the Research Shop and what makes it effective as a model of integrated knowledge mobilization.
The knowledge translation (KT) cycle doesn’t end after the production of tools or implementation of strategies. Taking your work a step further with thoughtful evaluation is imperative to ensuring your project has hit its mark . This presentation will discuss how you can use anchors, anvils, and maybe other forms of alliteration, to help you measure the impact of your KT strategies.
Presented by Anne Bergen, PhD, Knowledge to Action Consulting. When all is said and done, how do you know it worked? Go beyond the anecdote and learn to use evaluation techniques to assess the impact of your knowledge mobilization efforts.
In this webinar hosted by Research Impact Canada, CESI’s Karen Nelson and Caroline Duvieusart-Déry will introduce participants to the Research Shop and the features that make it an effective – and recognized – model of integrated knowledge mobilization.
Join the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for their 20th annual Graduate Student Conference. This conference celebrates the diversity and vitality of student research by encouraging students from various social science backgrounds to come together and engage with peers over critical issues and cultural debates.
Oaktree 6 is working with CESI and the Ideas Congress (ICON) course to facilitate exciting collaborations between bright young students and community partners with on-the-ground knowledge and experience of important issues in our community. Community partners from local Guelph-Wellington non-profit/charitable organizations are invited to the Launch Event for Oaktree 6 taking place on Thursday, March 26th from 11:30am-1:00pm in Quebec Street Mall.
*Please note that this session has been cancelled.* Presented by Mike Whyte and Blair Hodgson, Wellington, Dufferin-Guelph Public Health From data to story, learn to turn numbers into compelling visuals and impactful design. Explore the figures and formats most appropriate to share your data and get step-by-step direction on visualizing your messages.
This webinar hosted by Community-Based Research Canada will discuss how university research centres can support collaborative research into the needs and knowledge of youth transitioning from child to adult services.
Experiential learning presents unique opportunities and challenges for students. The experiences of students with disabilities reveals a complex relationship between ability and engagement across various forms of experiential learning.
Women on the Bridge Guelph is inspired by the International "Join Me on the Bridge" campaign, which started in 2010 when women from Rwanda and The Democratic Republic of the Congo joined together on the bridge connecting their two countries (who were on opposing sides of war) to show that they could build the bridges of peace and hope for the future. This action sparked a massive global movement that aims to stand with women affected by war to give them strength and promote global peace.