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A Platform for a Shared Discourse of Interdisciplinary Education1

“Disciplinarity” and “interdisciplinarity” have become keywords for knowledge and education in the twenty-first century. ... discourses of interdisciplinarity across national contexts as well as school and university levels. A shared discourse ... boundary crossing and blurring, integration and collaboration, crossfertilization, and.


Unity of Knowledge and Transdisciplinarity: Contexts of Definition

knowledge. And, recently it has become aligned with sustainability in a new discourse of problem solving. The core idea of the new discourse is that all sectors of .... was an ideal beyond the complete reach of science. ..... Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and Interdisciplinarities (University Press of Virginia.


Recent AIS-connected Publications on Interdisciplinarity

Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and Interdisciplinarities in the series on. Knowledge: Disciplinarity and Beyond. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia. 281 pp. ISBN: 0-8139-1679-8. An extended examination of the claims that knowledge is increasingly interdisciplinary and that boundary crossing ...


Crossing Boundaries

While acknowledging and describing all forms of interdisciplinarity,. Klein distinguishes and privileges critical interdisciplinarities: those that challenge epistemological assumptions, create restructuring of the knowl- edge system, embody critiques (disciplinary and cultural) and integrate or synthesize knowledge in new ways ...


Assessing Interdisciplinary Work

interdisciplines: Rethinking Interdisciplinarity: Assessing Interdisciplinary Work at the ... Page 1 of 6 ... emerging awareness of interdisciplinarity as a pervasive form of knowledge production is accompanied by an .... While the impetus of their interdisciplinary work was to move beyond established disciplinary boundaries,.


Ed 357X Interdisciplinarity in Higher Education

This seminar addresses core themes in the emergence of interdisciplinarity in research universities. Analytically ... of interdisciplinarity that have emerged in the context of forces that appear to constrain it: the presumption that knowledge .... Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and. Interdisciplinarities.


Creating Interdisciplinarity: Grounded Definitions from College and

Definitions of interdisciplinarity often focus on the integration of disciplinary concepts or perspectives. Few definitions ... Introduction1. In Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and Interdisciplinarities, Julie Thompson Klein ... Recent explorations of interdisciplinarity in fields beyond the sciences acknowledge the.


Interdisciplinary Needs: The Current Context

knowledge system. The task of understanding is complicated by the “jungle of phenomena.” Interdisciplinarity, as Ludwig Huber put it, is on. “everyone's agenda” (Huber, 1992a, .... contextualizations of once discrete disciplinary objects, such as artistic ... Widespread boundary crossing and genre mixing have promoted a.


The social interplay of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity

Audigier 2006). In the following I first want to discuss some aspects of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity at schools ... division of labour and facilitates to structure stocks of knowledge, to select relevant knowledge, to transfer it to ... academic disciplines and broadly remain within their boundaries garnished by some other-.


managing interdisciplinarity: a discussion of the contextual review in

stakeholders in determining research questions and methods extending the nature of Mode 2 knowledge production even beyond the challenge of disciplinary boundary crossing. This view, however, is consistent with the idea of contemporary knowledge as a key economic input and output (Usher 2002). Similarly, the trend ...


Essays on Teaching Excellence

learning beyond the discipline as a primary goal---pursuing knowledge that integrates and synthesizes the perspectives of several ... sixth, electronic technology and the Internet are transforming the way we organize and seek knowledge, replacing linear models with hypertext links that disregard disciplinary boundaries.


Defining Interdisciplinary Research: Conclusions from a Critical

We reviewed 14 definitions of inter- disciplinarity, the characteristics of 42 interdisciplinary research publications from mul- ... As scientific knowledge in a wide range of disciplines has advanced, scholars have become increasingly ...... Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and Interdisciplinarities. ( Knowledge ...


1 Plugging the 'Whole': Librarians as Interdisciplinary Facilitators

Jul 1, 2011 ... 142 — Libraries beyond libraries; integration, innovation and information for all ... by some as the future of knowledge, interdisciplinarity has been discussed in some way since the early 20 th ... the approaches remain separate and distinct, and disciplinary boundaries are not crossed. Conversely, Klein ...


Crossing disciplinary boundaries in environmental research

Sep 21, 2016 ... issues and produce synthetic and actionable knowledge meant to address these. Yet, interdisciplinarity ... Please cite this article as: Rodela, R., Alašević, D., Crossing disciplinary boundaries in environmental research: Interdisciplinary engagement across ... Work across and beyond disciplinary boundaries.


Towards an Understanding of Interdisciplinarity: The Case of a

1996 when Julie Thompson Klein claimed that crossing boundaries was a defining characteristic of our age. ... in research that goes beyond the usual disciplinary boundaries; even if they remain focused on research ... for the purpose of creating new knowledge syntheses (Griffin et al., 2006, p. 11; Newell & Galliers, 2000, ...


the circulation of knowledge as an interdisciplinary process

across and beyond disciplinary borders that appear closed. ... Keywords: interdisciplinary, disciplines, circulating knowledge, nomadic concepts, integration ...... Interdisciplinarity. History, Theory, and Practice. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press. Klein J.T. (1996). Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities and ...


Multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and transdis- ciplinarity in health

May 4, 2006 ... disciplinarity in which boundaries between and beyond disciplines are transcended and knowledge and perspectives from different scientific disciplines as well as non-scientific sources are integrated (Flinterman et al,. 2001)54. Multidisciplinarity, Interdisciplinarity, and. Transdisciplinarity.


Institutionalising interdisciplinary work in Australia and UK

interdisciplinarity, there is a dearth of research on institutionalising interdisciplinary work. Effective collaborative working ... Literature Review. Disciplinarity is fundamentally about knowledge — how it is conceived, organised, ..... Crossing boundaries: Knowledge, disciplinarities, and interdisciplinarities. Charlottesville, VA:.


The science-of-team-science, transdisciplinary capacity, and shifting

Aug 7, 2013 ... transdisciplinarity that strive to synthesize knowledge and innovate as a result of newly ... As scientists and practitioners begin to go beyond their own ...... Klein JT. Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and. Interdisciplinarities. Knowledge, disciplinarity and beyond 1996,. Charlottesville, Va.


Interdisciplinarity as Academic Accountability: Prospects for Quality

Interdisciplinarity as Academic. Accountability: Prospects for Quality. Control Across Disciplinary Boundaries. Katri Huutoniemi. Two major science policy issues are the integration of knowledge across academic disci- plines and the accountability of science to society. Instead of adding new or external criteria for research ...