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If the Research is Not Used, Does it Exist?

by Gustavo Fischman & Adai Tefera - June 17, 2014

The purpose of this commentary is to argue that a better way of addressing the centuries old criticisms about the ivory toweresque model is to stop complaining and engage with knowledge mobilization strategies (KM). Scholars engaging in knowledge mobilization seek to understand and increase the impact and usability of research by means of multi-dimensional, interactive strategies that target a wide range of stakeholders as an approach to meet the ethical obligation scholars have to ensuring the research produced in education is more accessible and ultimately impactful. We recognize, as well, the evolving tensions that this process will likely evoke in the quest to improving scholarly impact by making research more accessible and usable for the public.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 17, 2014
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17570, Date Accessed: 3/30/2020 11:01:37 PM

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