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Cross-disciplinarity to Hyperdisciplinarity: The beginning or the end?

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Wise, CJE, Cross-disciplinarity to Hyperdisciplinarity: The beginning or the end?, The CALTN Papers: Refereed Proceedings of the Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network Symposium, 14-15 Febuary 2013, Hobart, pp. 192-213. (2013) [Refereed Conference Paper]

Abstract

Interdisciplinarity is accepted as a key strategy of many contemporary creative arts institutions, relevant to both its educational and research agendas. It enables multiple benefits: including enriching the student experience and their real-world problem solving abilities; allowing for more complex research outcomes; and promoting wider impact of research beyond the academy. However national quality assurance policies such as those of the Australian Quality Framework are poorly equipped to address non-discipline specific activity and current models of interdisciplinary pedagogy lack industry engagement or research-focus, infrequently prioritising outcomes. To embed outcome-orientated interdisciplinarity within teaching programs, a flexible and responsive mechanism that provides additional resourcing for emergent interdisciplinary projects is required. The benefits of allocating these resources are far-reaching.

Item Details

Item Type:Refereed Conference Paper
Keywords:Interdisciplinarity, creative arts
Research Division:Studies in Creative Arts and Writing
Research Group:Other Studies in Creative Arts and Writing
Research Field:Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing not elsewhere classified
Objective Division:Cultural Understanding
Objective Group:Arts and Leisure
Objective Field:The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
UTAS Author:Wise, CJE (Professor Kit Wise)
ID Code:100039
Year Published:2013
Deposited By:Creative Arts and Media
Deposited On:2015-04-24
Last Modified:2018-03-15
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