Dr. Elizabeth Farley-Ripple, co-Principal Investigator at the Center for Research Use in Education, and colleagues have addressed two questions in this report, “in what ways is knowledge mobilized throughout a research project?” and, “what factors support KMb in the research projects?"
In Knowledge Mobilization in the Production of Education Research: A Mixed Methods Study, Dr. Farley-Ripple and colleagues report what was learned in interviewing ten researchers identified as unique in their knowledge mobilization practices from the data collected in the national administration of the Survey of Evidence in Education for Researchers.
Citation: Farley-Ripple, E. N., MacGregor, S., Mazal, M. (2023) Knowledge Mobilization in the Production of Education Research: A Mixed Methods Study, A Report from the Center for Research Use in Education. University of Delaware. Supported by the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, through Grant R305C15001.