Faculty Information Exchange 2014-2015: Knowledge mobilization supports research impact

Wednesday May 13, 2015 12:00pm to 1:00pm


Facilitated by: Bronwynne Wilton, Manager, OMAFRA Partnership Communications and Knowledge Mobilization Programs, with David Phipps, Executive Director, Research & Innovation Services, York University.

What is research impact and why should you care? Do you want your research to have an impact on society outside of the academy and is this even your job? How do you craft knowledge mobilization strategies in your grant applications? Knowledge mobilization can help broaden the reach of your research by connecting to research partners and organizations that can help maximize the impacts of your research.

No reservation necessary.

All welcome!
For more information contact Patti Minakis, ext. 56943

Be part of the conversation!

Webcast link

Webcast Details

Webcasted sessions will be public and do not require advance registration; however, there is a limit to the number of connections the server will support so it is considered first-come, first-served.
Webcast will contain a variety of presentation methods which could include, video, audio and powerpoint.

Connection instructions:

  • Using a web browser, connect to the webcast link listed above for the desired meeting
  • Choose "Enter as Guest"
  • Type in your full name
  • Click the "Enter Room" button

Webcasts may not be recorded for future viewing
While we have done our best to make this as compatible as possible, we cannot guarantee that it will work with every computer setup.  For support, please visit: https://na1cps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

See the full listing of sessions on the Faculty Information Exchange 2014-15 webpage.

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Health and Life Sciences
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
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