2019 Keele University

A list of the shared papers from the Keele Conference in 2019.

A copy of the Conference Programme.

Please note copyright is maintained by the authors.

Presentations

MACHIEL KEESTRA | UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM
Keynote Address
ELENA RIVA | UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
Well-being – an interdisciplinary issue
SOPHIA TAHA | KEELE UNIVERSITY
Under read, over read and wandering free – Interdisciplinary research and finding balance
ROBERT STANNARD | KEELE UNIVERSITY
Creation, curation and critique- teaching and assessing creative practice in the Liberal Arts
PETER LUCAS AND KEITH VERNON | UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE
Not drowning but waving – Openness-to-interpretation and the Liberal Arts
TOM CLARK AND KITTY NICHOLS | UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD
Placements, employability and interdisciplinarity
IDA KEMP AND HELEN COOKE | THE OPEN UNIVERSITY
A ‘capitalist’ approach to student employability
ROOSMARIJN VAN WOERDEN | UTRECHT UNIVERSITY
Effective collaboration in interdisciplinary (student) teams – competencies for 21st century research and research education
ZOE ROBINSON | KEELE UNIVERSITY
Interdisciplinary experiences – staff and student perspectives of sustainability-focused interdisciplinary degrees
JOHNNY SPARKES | KEELE UNIVERSITY
A shift to problem not discipline

Workshop Event

ANDREA MANNEKE AND LINDA DEGREEF | UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM
Workshop outcomes – The future of interdisciplinary education – the best way to predict the future is to create it

Posters

REHANA AWAN AND HELEN COOKE | THE OPEN UNIVERSITY
Becoming an OU student – building a community to support induction for multi-subject students
EMMA BARKER, VICTORIA JELICIC AND LAUREN SCHROCK | UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
Redeveloping the Compass programme – building student-led research mentorship communities
ANGELA RHEAD | KEELE UNIVERSITY
I’ve written my essay…I just need to find the references to support it now – developing academic reading practices
JAY RIXON | THE OPEN UNIVERSITY
Standing out from the crowd – offering multidisciplinary opportunities at postgraduate level
MAARIYAAH SHAHEEN | KEELE UNIVERSITY
How numerical ability in students can be improved by the relationship between education and neuroscience
BERKE TAŞ | MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Formation of interdisciplinary collaboration in innovative design process

 

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