Tag Archives: Knowledge Mobilization

8 Conditions When Research is Put Into Practice: More Lessons From Health Care

In Health Care putting research into practice can be high stakes. Changing routines and practices as a result of new findings often has direct impacts on the health, treatment or recovery of patients. A significant contribution to the study of … Continue reading

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A look at Twitter and #OERS14

This was the ninth year for the Ontario Education Research Symposium which is organized by the Ontario Education Research Panel.  As with previous years it was a wonderful venue to share research, explore new collaborations and expand networking opportunities.  Throughout … Continue reading

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Ontario Education Research in 140 Characters – OERS 2012

The seventh annual Ontario Education Research Symposium concluded today.  A new approach was employed this year to collect feedback in real time which was compiled and included as updates throughout the symposium.  Attendees were invited to send text messages when … Continue reading

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Education and Health Care – Using Slopegraphs to Understand Complex Systems

Both Education and Health Care are complex systems that impact everyone. Those who work in both of these systems dedicate a great deal of time to collect data to inform and support decision making. Unfortunately, data from a complex system … Continue reading

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CSSE 2011: Research Tweets From the East Coast

To explore the tweets from the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) 2011 conference I turned again to the twitteR package for R. My initial plan had been to compile the tweets at the end of CSSE, which seemed like a … Continue reading

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One Message, Two Meanings – What Is Your Data Visualization Saying?

If you have ever said something carelessly then you have probably been told that “you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar”. This piece of practical wisdom reminds us to think about what we say and how we say it. … Continue reading

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Two Ontario Education Research Events You Should Know About

May and June are very busy months for Researchers in Education.  Projects are wrapping up for end-of-school-year reporting, new projects are being proposed/designed for the upcoming school year and networks across Ontario hold conferences and events. Two events that you should know … Continue reading

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