The KHS Communities in Motion project celebrates the remarkable community-based research, teaching and service work undertaken by faculty and students in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science. In highlighting this innovative work, the KHS Communities in Motion project emphasizes the importance of knowledge mobilization, also known as knowledge translation, in connecting our research and teaching to our communities. This includes all the various organizations and initiatives that promote physical activity and sport across the City of Toronto and Greater Toronto Area, including York, Peel and Durham Regions, as evidenced in the KHS Communities in Motion database. Digital storytelling is one method of connecting with our communities and the KHS Communities in Motion project has been designed to introduce faculty and students to this accessible digital technique.
Your feedback about the KHS Communities in Motion project and web-platform is always welcomed. Please contact Dr. Parissa Safai at firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback, queries and suggestions.