27 June 2012
1 - 2pm
Venue: Room N614, N block, Faculty of Education, Gate 4, 60 Epsom Ave, Epsom (View map)
The School of Critical Studies in Education invites you to this seminar as part of their Weekly Seminar Series.
Honorary Research Fellow Dr Annie Weir
Knowledge Mobilisation Plan for Researchers Workshop
Sharing knowledge, skills and experience between academics and research users is not new. Successful knowledge mobilisation helps academics to influence policy and practice, as well as shape future research agendas by raising awareness of where there is a need for new knowledge, new systems and processes, innovative products and methods of delivery. Research users in government, local bodies, businesses, industry, charities and the wider community can benefit from access to ‘user friendly’ research.
The knowledge mobilisation plan documents the process of connecting research to both policy and practice and also encompasses the concepts of knowledge exchange and research impact. This is a practical workshop that will take you on a knowledge mobilisation journey. Please bring pen and paper and your terrific mind.