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

Passion About Research By Knowledge Mobilization

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This is a follow up to my earlier blog post about why should researchers blog & tweet. I could continue listing the usual “tips and reasons” to set researchers on their way. However, I want to follow up to my previous blog with something essential that I forgot to mention – the most important tip and underlying reason that sets the tone for blogging and using twitter over anything else:

If you’re not interested in your own research and how it can benefit others you will never be interested in blogging or tweeting about it!

Researchers become interested in a particular field of study for a reason.  Research is about presenting data that initially stems from some personal curiosity or experience.  Academic writing stems from wanting to find out more, understand more and educate others about a particular phenomenon that stimulates this initial curiosity or explains personal experiences – and…

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