The UK Knowledge Mobilisation Forum is an annual event for all those with a passion for ensuring that knowledge makes a positive difference to society. The Forum brings together practitioners, researchers, students, administrators and public representatives who are engaged in the art and science of sharing knowledge and ensuring that it can be used. The Forum is designed as a space for learning and reflection, providing an opportunity for sharing knowledge, experiences and methods and access to some of the most up to date thinking and practice in the field. Expect conversations, creativity and collaborative learning…and if you’re wondering what we mean by ‘knowledge’ – we are as interested in practical know-how, skills and experience as in research findings or evaluation data.
Our programme will cover 3 broad areas – knowledge mobilisation practice (examples and case studies of knowledge sharing practices and activities), knowledge mobilisation research & evaluation (examples of research into knowledge mobilisation and the evaluation of knowledge sharing initiatives and approaches) and knowledge mobilisation training & development (examples and case studies of knowledge mobilisation training and development activities).