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Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice and Education : The Art of Collaborative Research and Collective Learning

Author: Dena Fam; Linda Neuhauser; Paul Gibbs
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
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This exciting new state-of-the art book reviews, explores and advocates ways in which collaborative research endeavours can, through a transdisciplinary lens, enhance student, academic and social experiences. Drawing from a wide range of knowledges, contexts, geographical locations and internationally renowned expertise, the book provides a unique look into the world of transdisciplinary thinking, collaborative  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dena Fam; Linda Neuhauser; Paul Gibbs
ISBN: 9783319937434 331993743X
OCLC Number: 1086570368
Description: 1 online resource (XXXI, 299 p. 29 illus.) online resource.
Contents: PART I THEORISING TRANSDISCIPLINARITY AS A COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE --
Introduction, Paul Gibbs, Linda Neuhauser and Dena Fam --
Learning and transdisciplinary collaboration: A conceptual vocabulary, Julie Thompson Klein --
Practical and scientific foundations of transdisciplinary research and action, Linda Neuhauser --
Transforming Transdisciplinarity: An expansion of strong transdisciplinarity and its centrality in enabling effective collaboration, Katie Ross and Cynthia Mitchell --
The role of pliability and transversality within trans/disciplinarity: Opening university research and learning to planetary health, Jason Prior, Carole Cusack and Anthony Capon --
The transdisciplinary evolution of the university condition for sustainable development, Basarab Nicolescu --
PART II TRANSDISCIPLINARY LEARNING (EDUCATION) --
Meta-considerations for planning, introducing and standardising collective learning in higher degree institutions, Dena Fam, Scott Kelly, Tania Leimbach, Lesley Hitchens and Michelle Callen --
Transdisciplinarity: towards an epistemology of what matters, Kate Maguire --
Trandisciplinarity and the ‘Living Lab Model’: Food waste management as a site for collaborative learning, Alexandra Crosby, Dena Fam and Abby Lopes --
Nurturing transdisciplinary graduate learning and skills through a community of practice approach, Chris Riedy, Cynthia Mitchell, Juliet Willetts and Ian Cunningham --
Making collective learning coherent: An adaptive approach to the practice of transdisciplinary pedagogy, Elizabeth Clarke and Craig Ashhurst --
Making the link between transdisciplinary learning and transdisciplinary design principles, BinBin Pearce, Carolina Adler, Lisette Senn, Pius Krütli, Michael Stauffacher and Christian Pohl --
The Connected Studio: Collective learning in an industry-education research test bed, Tanja Golja, Krista Jordan and Shilo McClean.-PART III TRANSDISCIPLINARY CASE STUDIES --
Shielding Indigenous worlds from extraction and the transformative potential of collaborative research, Jason De Santolo (Tribal affiliations: Garrwa and Barunggam) --
Collaborative research and action: The Changzhou Worker Wellness Project, Linda Neuhauser, Xiaodong Wang, Hong Yun, Xiaoming Sun, Zhanhong Zong, Xingyu Shu, Jingshu Mao, Eve Wen-Jing Lee, and Sono Aibe --
Creative partnerships and cultural organizations: “Enabling” and “situating” arts–science collaboration and collective learning, Tania Leimbach and Keith Armstrong --
Climate adapted people shelters: A transdisciplinary reimagining of public infrastructure through open, design-led innovation, Brent Jacobs, Jochen Schweitzer, Lee Wallace, Suzanne Dunford and Sarah Barns --
Reflections on collective learning: open and closed, Valerie Brown --
Philosophical reflections: Coda, Paul Gibbs.
Responsibility: edited by Dena Fam, Linda Neuhauser, Paul Gibbs.

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This exciting new state-of-the art book reviews, explores and advocates ways in which collaborative research endeavours can, through a transdisciplinary lens, enhance student, academic and social experiences. Drawing from a wide range of knowledges, contexts, geographical locations and internationally renowned expertise, the book provides a unique look into the world of transdisciplinary thinking, collaborative learning and action. In doing so, the book is action orientated, reflective, theoretical and intriguing and provides a place for all of these to meet and mingle in the spirit of curiosity and imagination. ‘Interested in transdisciplinarity? Want to improve your teaching and research? This book is packed with useful lessons. Whether you want a stronger theoretical grounding, insights into how peers approach teaching of transdisciplinarity, or transdisciplinary research case studies, this book offers a range of imaginative approaches. Dena Fam, Linda Neuhauser and Paul Gibbs have done a superb job of pulling together contributions from 46 authors presenting diverse teaching and research examples from around the world. They lift the lid on this important topic—one that will only grow in significance as research and education organizations embrace the challenges of supporting researchers and preparing students to deal with the myriad complex social and environmental problems the world is confronting’ - Gabriele Bammer, Professor of Integration and Implementation Sciences, The Australian National University ‘With their new book, The art of collaborative research and collective learning: transdisciplinary theory, practice and education, Fam, Neuhauser, and Gibbs supply a valuable resource for all those interested in transdisciplinary research. Adopting an international perspective, the editors recognize the importance of thinking about transdisciplinarity broadly. This emphasis on breadth is reflected in the book's helpful structure, which combines the perspectives of theorists, educational experts, and transdisciplinary practitioners from around the world’ - Professor Michael O’Rourke, Department of Philosophy Faculty, Michigan State University ‘The book offers a broad theoretical discussion which brings together diverse discourses that have not always spoken to one another or taken advantage of parallel trains of intellectual development in diverse fields such as collaborative learning, design theory, innovation approaches, and systems theory, to name but a few. Different case studies also include a variety of concrete methods and ways of working together that promote different examples of boundary breaking collaboration, such as communities of practice, design competitions, field trips, and living labs’ - Dr Merritt Polk, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg.

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