The Knowledge Exchange Unit is working on a wide range of support for UBC researchers, students and staff.
Training and resources
The Knowledge Exchange Unit will host the Knowledge Exchange Summer Institute from July 20 -24, 2020. This virtual course is the first edition of the Unit's training program and further editions will run in the future. The course is intended for researchers across all disciplines and at all career stages, and is designed to develop practical skills and tangible strategies to help you plan and implement your knowledge exchange activities.
Spaces in the Summer Institute are limited, and a waiting list system will be in place once registrations have reached capacity.
Events about knowledge exchange
Attend our events to discover different ways of exchanging knowledge and engaging with non-academic partners. Meet other researchers, students, and representatives from various organizations who are keen to engage in knowledge exchange activities or who are already well involved in such practices.
Connect your research in COVID times - June 3, 2020, 1:30-3:00pm, online (recording available)
This webinar was intended for UBC researchers whose primary focus isn’t the coronavirus, but who aim to share impactful knowledge on the broad range of societal issues that the crisis has uncovered. The webinar explored key considerations to help you engage publicly and exchange knowledge effectively.
Highlights from past events
Candid Conversations - The importance of dialogue in generating impact
On May 15, 2019, the UBC Knowledge Exchange (Kx) held its first event featuring three conversations on Kx between UBC researchers and their community partners.
Listen back to these exchanges in our podcasts.
UBC knowledge exchange environmental scan
We are working on mapping the professionals, units and resources supporting knowledge exchange at UBC. We want to provide a bird’s-eye view of the Kx expertise, tools, training, and grants available at UBC to help researchers, students and staff navigate the landscape of Kx support offered to them. The scan will not include researchers or research teams doing Kx.
COVID-19 Knowledge Exchange support for UBC researchers
The UBC Knowledge Exchange Unit has put together a non-exhaustive list of channels and series through which UBC researchers can share COVID-related knowledge and expertise.