Knowledge mobilization is at the heart of On the Move’s research. Click here to access On the Move’s list of knowledge mobilization activities to date.
On the Move Trainee List
The On the Move Partnership comprises many graduate and undergraduate students nationally and internationally that have an interest in understanding employment-related geographical mobility as part of their studies, research and/or training. Click here to access the full list.
From Thesis to Book
A document developed to accompany the trainee webinar “From Thesis to Book;” compiled by On the Move trainee mentor and webinar moderator, Dr. Sharon Roseman. Click here to access the document.
Rural Resilience is a website featuring the work of a group of researchers (community-based, government and academic) focused on rural and regional development issues. The website showcases current and recently completed research initiatives, including On the Move.
The Montreal team developed bilingual web-pages for OTM on the websites of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling and Post-Industrial Montreal websites.
Mapping Life in Fort McMurray
The Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta created a webpage titled Mapping Life in Fort McMurray, which “is the product of a diverse set of research interviews conducted in northern Alberta, Canada. The web page is affiliated with the University of Alberta’s Department of Sociology which was supported by a number of grants, including 1) On the Move: Employment-Related Geographical Mobility in the Canadian Context, SSHRC Partnership Grant – Dr. Sara Dorow, Susan Cake and Marcella Cassiano, and (2) Social Landscapes of Fort McMurray (SSHRC Research Grant): Dr. Sara Dorow and Goze Dogu.
Towards an Ethnography of Mobile Tourism Industry Workers in Banff National Park
Dr. Angele Smith with the BC Field component developed Towards an Ethnography of Mobile Tourism Industry Workers in Banff National Park. The research seeks to explore travel/work experiences for young adult mobile tourism workers in the Banff area. The project investigates the key concepts of mobility, identity and place through a seven year longitudinal study and an in-depth enthnography of mobile tourism workers (2012-2019).