This study explored 44 research brokering organizations across Canada.
This study used website analysis, and a tool to measure KMb efforts to map the research brokering landscape in education in Ontario.
This study contributes: a typology of brokering organizations, 8 brokering functions, and a paper comparing KMb efforts across four types of organizations.
The brokering functions can be used by organizations and researchers to plan their research brokering efforts.
Cooper, A. (2016). A tool to assess and compare knowledge mobilization efforts of faculties of education, intermediary organizations, ministries of education and school districts. Brock Education Letter, 25(1), 1-18. *While traditionally this journal is not peer-reviewed; this special issue was peer reviewed.
Cooper, A. (2014). The Use of Online Strategies and Social Media for Research Dissemination in Education. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22(70), 1-27.
Cooper, A. (2014). Knowledge mobilisation in education across Canada: A cross-case analysis of 44 research brokering organizations. Evidence and Policy, 10 (1), 29-59.
Cooper, A. (2013). Research mediation in education: A typology of research brokering organizations that exist across Canada. Alberta Journal of Education, 59(2), 181- 207.