Knowledge mobilization (referred to in this chapter as KM) addresses ways in which stronger connections can be made between research, policy and practice. KM is an exploding field of interest, not only in education but in all areas of social policy (described more fully in Cooper, Levin and Campbell 2009). Although many different terms are used to refer to the issue (such as knowledge translation, knowledge management, research utilization, know ledge transfer and so on), all over the world governments, universities, school systems and various other parties are looking at new ways to find, share, understand and apply the knowledge emerging from research.