CFICE’s Knowledge Mobilization Hub

A man shouts into a can on a string.The Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) hub’s work is two-fold for the CFICE project. Not only does the KMb hub seek to provide knowledge mobilization services to the CFICE project as a whole, they also lead demonstration projects focused on articulating the role of knowledge mobilization within a variety of community-campus partnerships.

The KMb hub works from the position that knowledge mobilization is an evolving field with an underlying goal of increasing the usability and use of research results.

A woman works on an ipad.Geri Briggs, Executive Director of the Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning (CACSL), and Bessa Whitmore, Professor Emerita at Carleton University, are the co-leads of the KMb hub.

Check out the KMb Hub’s Partners.
See the KMb Hub’s Bibliography.

Knowledge Mobilization News, Resources, and Research

Check out the KMb Hub’s news, resources, and research below.