List of contributors

Interdisciplinary Higher Education: Perspectives and Practicalities

ISBN: 978-0-85724-371-3, eISBN: 978-0-85724-372-0

ISSN: 1479-3628

Publication date: 8 November 2010

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(2010), "List of contributors", Davies, M., Devlin, M. and Tight, M. (Ed.) Interdisciplinary Higher Education: Perspectives and Practicalities (International Perspectives on Higher Education Research, Vol. 5), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Leeds, pp. ix-xi.



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International Perspectives on Higher Education Research
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List of contributors
Chapter 1 Interdisciplinary higher education
Chapter 2 Complexity and mastery in shaping interdisciplinarity
Chapter 3 Interdisciplinary leadership and learning
Chapter 4 Working successfully in university interdisciplinary teams: Learning from embedded intergroup relations theory
Chapter 5 What kind of interdisciplinary space is academic development?
Vignette 1 (Inter)disciplinary Dublin descriptors? Implementation of the Bologna Process in a Dutch University
Vignette 2 Facing the realities of implementing an interdisciplinary approach in institutions of higher learning in Malaysia
Vignette 3 Interdisciplinary survival: The case of Murdoch University
Vignette 4 Explicating interdisciplinarity in a postgraduate materials conservation programme
Vignette 5 The getting of interdisciplinarity: The everyday practice of environmental curriculum design
Vignette 6 Pluridisciplinary learning and assessment: Reflections on practice
Vignette 7 Many disciplines – common approach: experiences in the development and delivery of an interprofessional health subject
Vignette 8 Revisiting higher education's heartland: (Inter)disciplinary ways of knowing and doing for sustainability education
Vignette 9 Interdisciplinary scholarship for novice students
Vignette 10 The role of inter-faculty relationships in special project collaborations: A distinctly New Zealand experience
Vignette 11 Developing students' academic skills: An interdisciplinary approach
Vignette 12 Structuring interdisciplinary collaboration to develop research students’ skills for publishing research internationally: Lessons from implementation
Vignette 13 Promoting interdisciplinary practices through ePortfolios