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Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Theory and Practice


This surprisingly slim edited book covers one of higher education’s current buzz-terms, interdisciplinarity, from both a learning and a teaching perspective. Centering primarily on undergraduate education, the chapters cover a broad range of topics related to interdisciplinarity. Part of the undergraduate focus, although not stated, may be because most of the contributions are from authors in the U.K., where there are fewer teaching-based graduate programs. There are also selections from the U.S., New Zealand, and India.