Knowledge Mobilization (KMb): Multiple Contributions & Multi-Production Of New Knowledge

Knowledge Mobilization Post With The Most 2013

Below you will find a repost of KMbeing’s most viewed post for the year 2013. My  KMbeing blog about Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) takes an educational approach to knowledge sharing in order to create social benefit through KMb and knowledge exchange to make the world a better place.  I am very humbled and grateful to my many KMbeing blog followers who find value and inspiration in my posts – while also sharing knowledge for social benefit.

KMb is about sharing our knowledge and putting it into active service to help make the world a better place. This year’s post with the most for 2013 is a more recent post that gained extensive exposure by being re-tweeted, commented on and made a favorite on Twitter by more than 100 people.  The blog post answers the question Why Should Researchers Blog & Tweet? I applaud all who made the wider dissemination of this blog post possible using Twitter and recognizing the importance of getting researchers to use social media as part of the research process.

Thanks again to all my followers who have made this year and the KMbeing blog so successful! I look forward to continuing to mobilize knowledge with you all in 2014!

Knowledge Mobilization Post With The Most 2013: 

Why Should Researchers Blog & Tweet?


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