Knowledge Mobilization

"Podcasting in Plain English" introduces the differences between broadcasting shows and making shows available for download on the Internet so that they can be enjoyed at any time. The video includes...
"Blogs in Plain English" introduces the concept of a blog as a way for every person to have the power to share news. The video includes: - How blogs are changing the idea of news in the 21st century...
"Twitter in Plain English" introduces the popular micro-blogging service Twitter. The video focuses on Twitter's ability to connect people in new ways, using short messages. The video includes: - Why...
Think Twitter is a great professional and teaching tool for professors? You're not alone. But according to a new study, you're in a very slim minority.
Only a tiny fraction of the research done in universities gets covered by newspapers. So I feel an unbridled sense of satisfaction if I get a research story mentioned in the mainstream media. I'll...
Four minute guide showing how researchers are using audio and visual content with web 2.0 Video on How can researchers make use of audio and visual web 2.0 services such as YouTube or Flickr?
Four minute guide showing how researchers are using networking and sharing sites. Video on How can researchers make use of social networking and sharing sites such as Facebook?
Three minute guide showing the different ways in which Twitter can be useful for researchers. Video to How can researchers make use of twitter?
Four minute guide explaining how blogging can help academic researchers. Video on How can researchers make use of blogs?
Greater numbers of instructors are turning to social networking sites to communicate with students. This study examined whether posting social, scholarly, or a combination of social and scholarly...