Course: End of grant KT
Area of Focus: End of grant KT plan
Course Length: approx 10 hours of course work
Start Date: Flexible
Format: Asynchronous, Self-directed
Interested participants can register and start the course at any time.
Are you interested in learning how to design your End of Grant Knowledge Translation plan?
The End of Grant KT course is designed to provide grant writers with the tools needed to write the KT portion of their grant applications. Course attendees will use their own grants to develop an end of grant KT plan.
To help you develop your End of grant Knowledge Translation (EoG KT) plan, the KT Program offers the EoG KT course. This online, self-directed course provides a flexible way for you to learn why and how to develop an effective KT plan for your grant application. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Develop an end of grant KT plan
- Develop an approach to help tell the story about your research using media and social media
- Assess impact of research publication and how to use and interpret bibliometrics and altmetrics
Note: this course will not focus on best practices in implementing practice changes, but rather focuses on disseminating research evidence. If you are interested in learning about implementing changes in practice, click here for information on our Practicing Knowledge Translation course.
This course is open for participants to register at any time. We encourage you to take the course before you start working on your KT plan so that you may use the course resources to support you as you develop the plan. Upon registering in the EoG KT course, you will have access for a duration of 3-months. If you need additional time, please contact us to arrange.
EoG KT course highlights – this course will:
- help you set and meet your individual EoG KT learning goals,
- give you the knowledge and skills to effectively develop your EoG KT plan,
- strengthen your grant proposals.
Current price is $495 CAD
What people are saying…
"I appreciate the tools that were provided in this course that can assist with planning projects. I have a great deal of knowledge about education and knowledge translation, but it is grounded in other contexts – I found in particular the tools that were provided were really helpful in translating my knowledge into the health care context. I will change my planning and writing practices in future and use these a great deal. I also had little knowledge about journal metrics in a scientific context – so, the section on how to assess where to submit materials was really helpful, and will change how I look at where to send things."
"It was a really great course, I’d definitely recommend it to others!"