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. After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
How do you share your research with non-academic audiences? Learn about a number of potential mechanisms you can use for knowledge mobilization, discover how to choose a mechanism that’s appropriate for your audience, and take a deep dive into several popular mechanisms for dissemination, including social media, research summaries, infographics, and media. After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
Hone your clear communications skills! Get tips on how to structure and write clear language summaries of your research for dissemination to lay audiences. At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Actively engaging your audiences in your research process is one of the most effective ways to increase the uptake and impact of your research. But how does that work? By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Knowledge mobilization 101! Become familiar with knowledge mobilization plans and conceptualize strategies adapted to your goals and audiences. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Join the Waterloo Wellington KMb Community on June 1st from 3:30-5:30 pm for our in-person Spring Social! Come network, share your best KMb stories, and brainstorm workshop ideas.
Join staff members from CESI and the Experiential Learning Hub on May 31st to share ideas and strategies around building low-touch, high-impact Community Engaged Teaching and Learning partnerships.
Held every Thursday afternoon, the Campus Food Market is open to everyone in the University of Guelph community. The market is a collaboration between the Feeding 9 Billion initiative at the Arrell Food Institute, the Guelph Lab, the Office of Sustainability and Hospitality Services.
Learn all about the web 2.0! Discover how to choose social media platforms that are appropriate for your goals and audiences, and get tips on creating engaging posts.
The final winter session of the Waterloo Wellington KMb Community will explore what we know about succeeding – and failing – at knowledge mobilization. We will use a “worst case scenario” exercise to think creatively and critically about co-creation as part of knowledge mobilization work. Through a facilitated session, we will brainstorm some “worst practices” for co-creation initiatives.