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Knowledge mobilization practices research study: Home

This page describes the results of the research study conducted by Meg Miller and Grace Romund on the knowledge mobilization practices of University of Manitoba researchers.



My name is Meg Miller and I am the GIS & Data Visualization Librarian from the University of Manitoba Libraries. My colleague Grace Romund (Science Librarian) and I are working on an exploratory study which seeks to identify research mobilization patterns of academic researchers (excluding those at the undergraduate level). Part of our goal is to also identify methods in novel knowledge translation support which could be adopted by libraries to better support you. 

We are currently seeking volunteers to participate in our survey. The process involves completing an on-line questionnaire which will take 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The questionnaire includes multiple choice, Likert-scale, short answer questions relating to knowledge translation practices, as well as the option to opt-in to focus groups in a later study.

To participate click on the link to the consent form to access the questionnaire:

This study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Manitoba Joint Research Ethics Board.

Thank you for your time,

Meg Miller,

GIS & Data Visualization Librarian
Elizabeth Dafoe Library
University of Manitoba