Knowledge mobilization, simply put, is the connection of two processes: the creation of knowledge and the sharing of knowledge. Sharing knowledge is something that people do in their daily lives – from storytelling to teaching. People strive to find ways to share what they know with others.
Sharing knowledge is often a hard process. Knowledge is personal. For instance, two people who take the same class may create different knowledges based on their own past experiences and their understanding of the world. Thus, moving knowledge from a person into a different context is a complex process.