Knowledge Co-Creation and Assistive Technology

  • Melanie Baljko York University
  • Foad Hamidi York University
Keywords: Knowledge output, Knowledge mobilization, Assistive technology


This article presents reflections from the perspective of two computer science researchers who have used knowledge mobilization services (as opposed to technology transfer services) in service of research goals that arose from an evolving critical praxis. We situate co-created knowledge outputs, as produced from engaged modes of scholarship, in the ecosystem of assistive technology production and consumption.