Module 2 Key Takeaways

Key Takeaways

  • There are ethical considerations relating to the process of engagement, who is involved, data ownership, and data collection and sharing strategies
  • Opportunities or equity in opportunity may differ between stakeholders and rights holders, and both sovereign rights groups and equity deserving groups need to be considered
  • Knowledge co-production provides a good foundation for information gathering and sharing
  • Knowledge co-production can help identify best methods for data collection
  • Knowledge co-production can also help with the analysis
  • Knowledge co-production is an ongoing, iterative process
  • Knowledge mobilization (KMb) is the process of moving evidence into action
  • KMb is important because it connects evidence to those on the ground in order to support evidence-based decision making
  • A KMb strategy includes answering multiple key questions (where are we, where to we want to be, how do we get there, who is involved) and focusing on what the knowledge-to-action gap is that you’re trying to close

 

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Building Sustainable Communities: Information Gathering and Sharing by Ryan Plummer; Amanda Smits; Samantha Witkowski; Bridget McGlynn; Derek Armitage; Ella-Kari Muhl; and Jodi Johnston is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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