Planning for Knowledge Mobilization in Research


Leading a program of research


Knowledge mobilization means promoting and facilitating the use of research among knowledge users to help them make informed decisions about policies, programs, practices and behaviours. It involves a wide range of activities such as knowledge synthesis, dissemination, and co-creation by researchers and knowledge users. It's also becoming increasingly important to engage in KMb activities as researchers - it's a priority of the University of Ottawa and other post-secondary institutions and a requirement for many research funding program. This workshop will allow you to 1) better understand the knowledge mobilization process and its importance, benefits and role in the research process; 2) know the resources available at the University of Ottawa to support knowledge mobilization efforts and 3) learn how to properly plan your knowledge mobilization activities.


photo Marie-Eve Girard





This workshop will be facilitated by

Marie-Eve Girard,

Knowledge Mobilization Advisor,

Office of the Vice-President Research

Date and Location

Dec 9 2021 2:30 - 3:30pm EN
7 déc 2021 14h30 - 15h30 FR

*All workshops are currently taken place over Teams or Zoom*

Register for the English workshop

S'incrire pour l'atelier en français



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Target audience

All University of Ottawa full-time professors (tenured or tenure-track).

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