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Disciplines in dialogue: disciplinary perspectives on interdisciplinary teaching and learning

Canning, John, Witham, Heather, Barker, Paul, Bentley, Sally, Burd, Liz, Cunliffe, Leslie, Derounian, James, Hale, Sarah, Penlington, Roger, Sanchez-Colberg, Ana and Watts, Nicholas, Canning, John (ed.) (2007) Disciplines in dialogue: disciplinary perspectives on interdisciplinary teaching and learning, Southampton, UK, Higher Education Academy Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Group, 57pp. (Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies).

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This collection originates from a workshop that was funded by the Higher Education Academy via the Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Group. Moves to bring together Subject Centre colleagues with an interest in interdisciplinarity coincided with the Academy’s response to the paper published by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). Whilst different parts of the Academy’s Subject Centre Network had very different responses to how they may be able to engage with ESD, it was immediately clear that ESD is inherently interdisciplinary. that there was synergy between the two projects.

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Submitted date: November 2007
Published date: November 2007
Keywords: interdisciplinary, disciplines, teaching, learning, ESD, sustainable, development


Local EPrints ID: 49884
ISBN: 9781905788491
PURE UUID: f59423d3-65d7-4930-b51e-9a705ecb4f33

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Date deposited: 10 Dec 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:54

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Author: John Canning
Author: Heather Witham
Author: Paul Barker
Author: Sally Bentley
Author: Liz Burd
Author: Leslie Cunliffe
Author: James Derounian
Author: Sarah Hale
Author: Roger Penlington
Author: Ana Sanchez-Colberg
Author: Nicholas Watts
Editor: John Canning

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