4th year KI students produced accessible materials on the theory and practice of interdisciplinary collaboration, and will share them at this seminar.
Over the course of this term, several Knowledge Integration students have been working together to learn about and engage in "Interdisciplinary Collaboration." As one of their projects for this course (INTEG 475 with Katie Plaisance), they have produced accessible materials on the theory and practice of interdisciplinary collaboration. These include: an online glossary of key concepts, a template for setting out group norms and expectations, and a plan for a campus-wide conference that will teach other students some of the collaborative skills that KI students have acquired (and which will be open to interested faculty).
Please join us for the opportunity to see the exciting results of these students' collaborative work (which will be publically available after the seminar) and to engage in stimulating discussions about how to work across disciplines to solve complex problems.
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