1 edition of Interdisciplinarity; problems of teaching and research in universities found in the catalog.
Interdisciplinarity; problems of teaching and research in universities
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris]
Written in English
|Statement||[by Leo Apostel and others.|
|Contributions||Apostel, Léo., Seminar on Interdisciplinarity in Universities, University of Nice, 1970.|
|LC Classifications||LB2361 .I48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||321|
|LC Control Number||73161811|
In Defense of Disciplines: Interdisciplinarity and Specialization in the Research University. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, United States of America. Klein, J. T. (). Graff book overstates claims but contributes ‘deep understanding’ of case studies. The Disciplinarization of Interdisciplinarity II – The Creation of Inter/Disciplinarity. This construction of interdisciplinarity could not have left the idea of discipline untouched. Before, because discipline was a harmless cartography of knowledges, interdisciplinary could be nothing else than an innocuous characteristic. What was before an inoffensive notion, now gave origin to a regime.
This chapter details the objectives and structure of the book, setting out some of the terminology and research methods used in the study in simple terms. It explains the author’s role and personal interest in this study and introduces some of the key misalignments apparent within the current university research : Catherine Lyall. Interdisciplinarity: problems of teaching and research in Universities / edited by Leo Apostel [and others] Seminar on Interdisciplinarity in Universities University of Nice, France) ( View online.
Interdisciplinary research 1 (IDR) can be one of the most productive and inspiring of human pursuits—one that provides a format for conversations and connections that lead to new knowledge. As a mode of discovery and education, it has delivered much already and promises more—a sustainable environment, healthier and more prosperous lives, new discoveries and technologies to inspire young. (OCED), the workshop was held in This meeting resulted in the publication of the book, “Interdisciplinarity: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities.” Between the mids to the mids, some aspects of interdisciplinary approaches were beginning to findFile Size: 1MB.
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Interdisciplinarity: problems of teaching and research in universities. [Leo Apostel;] "This report is based on the results of a Seminar on Interdisciplinarity in Universities which was organised by CERI in collaboration with the French Ministry of Education at the University of.
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Interdisciplinarity: problems of teaching and research in universities / [by Leo Apostel and others]. Author: Apostel, Leo, viaf Corporate author: OECD.
CERI Conference: Seminar on Interdisciplinarity in Universities September 7thth, University of Nice(France) Publisher: Paris: OECD, Description: p. Subject:Cited by: Interdisciplinarity; Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities Leo Apostel, Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, - College teaching - pages.
The report, entitled Interdisciplinarity: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities, was sponsored by the OECD's Paris-based Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. The report had chapters written by scholars from six different European countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, and the United by: 2.
At the turn of the twentieth century, colleges and universities in the U.S. and elsewhere were convulsed with change, a change induced by the creation of the modern set of academic disciplines. Their emergence at that time fundamentally altered how universities were constructed and how they did their business.
It is the model on which the academy of the twenty-first century operates. Interdisciplinary Research & Teaching. Interdisciplinary research and teaching are growing trends in the sciences. The resources and references below describe some of the benefits and challenges of interdisciplinary work.
If you would like to suggest additional examples, resources, or references, please email Carol Ormand. Interdisciplinarity or interdisciplinary studies involves the combining of two or more academic disciplines into one activity (e.g., a research project).
It draws knowledge from several other fields like sociology, anthropology, psychology, economics etc. It is about creating something by thinking across boundaries. seminal OECD study appeared, entitled Interdisciplinarity: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities.
Not only did this study set the framework for almost all subsequent discussion on the subject, but it also established the term ‘interdisciplinarity’ in our professional jargon” (Miller,3). of references on interdisciplinary research which, like the book itself, emphasizes problem-focused research.
There is, in addition, one major book that has long been regarded as the seminal work of scholarship on the subject, INTERDISCIPLINARITY: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities (Paris: OECD, ).
Historical Context. The noun interdisciplinarity made its professional debut in a publication from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The report, entitled Interdisciplinarity: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities (Apostel, ), was sponsored by the OECD’s Parisian-based Centre for Educational Research and by: 2.
A new book, Undisciplining Knowledge: Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century (Johns Hopkins University Press), considers what interdisciplinarity really means, and both its positive and negative impacts.
The author is Harvey J. Graff, Ohio Eminent Scholar in Literacy Studies and a professor of English and history at Ohio State University. Understanding Interdisciplinarity. Problems of teaching and research in universities. Using data collected through case studies of 21 research universities in the United States, I reviewed.
From the beginning the discourse on interdisciplinarity (ID) was “a discourse on innovation in knowledge production” (Weingart 30).Its basic objective has been to make science and higher education more responsive to the complexity of life-world problems and more relevant for the public good and the legitimate needs of the society.
Comparisons between interdisciplinary research and other forms of cross-disciplinary research are made, and a brief discussion of the development of the concept of interdisciplinarity is provided.
and the development of a research process that is distinct from disciplinary methodologies. The same emphasis on collaborative language and integrating disciplinary concepts characterizes the seminal report, Interdisciplinarity: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities, issued in File Size: KB.
Interdisciplinary research (IDR) is a mode of research by teams or individuals that integrates information, data, techniques, tools, perspectives, concepts, and/or theories from two or more disciplines or bodies of specialized knowledge to advance fundamental understanding or to solve problems whose solutions are beyond the scope of a single.
Publications by Scholars Connected to AIS This book on the interdisciplinary research process is the first comprehensive treatment of the subject for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. It features an easy to follow step-by-step approach that is grounded in the relevant scholarly debates on interdisciplinarity, research methods (e.
Graff, H. Undisciplining Knowledge: Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. OECD (). Interdisciplinarity: Problems of Teaching and Research in Universities. Paris: OECD/Centre for Educational Research and Innovation.
Rustum, R. () Interdisciplinary Science on Campus: The. In a report to the US Social Science Research Council in August that year, a sociologist at the University of Chicago in Illinois lumped 'interdisciplinarity' in with other “catch phrases and Cited by:.
Specialized education was in high demand, changing the structure of many colleges and universities across the United States of America and the world.
Around this time, disciplines were divided into sub-disciplines, like chemistry and anthropology, and many universities emphasized their disciplinary resources and research : Janina Misiewicz. His new book, In Defense of Disciplines: Interdisciplinarity and Specialization in the Research University (University of Chicago Press), challenges the conventional wisdom that academe needs to get out of disciplines to solve the most important problems and to encourage creative thinking.
The most significant ideas (including those related to. The seeds of interdisciplinarity then began a long and slow process of germination. By the end of the nineteenth century, the social, political, and economic upheaval of the Civil War years and the increasing belief in the practical benefits of science had helped transform a number of classical colleges into research :