Multiple Measures: Benchmarking quality assessment tasks to facilitate interdisciplinary learning in the creative arts and humanities

Kate Tregloan

Universities Australia | Published : 2017


Interdisciplinarity has been widely recognised as a valuable response to the 'wicked problems' of our time. The ability to collaborate across disciplinary boundaries, bringing together different perspectives and expertise, creates opportunities for entirely new approaches and solutions to emerge. Interdisciplinary (ID) programs are therefore increasingly important. ID study has been identified as the key tool for addressing the complex problems of the future. (Klein 2006, 2010; Connor 2011; Mulder 2012). This Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching Innovation and Development project has focused on case studies drawn from Australian coursework programs, including the Creative ..

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