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Bridging multiple disciplines through the use of one business case

Asplund, Carl-Johan LU and Jordan, PF (2004) International Conference on Education and Information Systems - Technologies and Application In International conference on education and information systems: Technologies and Applications, Proceedings –Education/Training and Informatikon 3. p.330-334
Abstract
By developing one overall case for a course or several courses in an academic program, different learning challenges from multiple disciplines can be addressed in order to enhance the total learning goal, To achieve a learning goal, a generic case must be designed to bridge together the different disciplines in a systematic way, The important challenge is to design the case which in its content as well as format addresses the goals of the course and eventually also the objectives of the program as a whole.

This design is seen as an overall learning experience which simultaneously encompasses three aspects. The learning experience must start with an understanding of student knowledge levels of the different disciplines, The faculty... (More)
By developing one overall case for a course or several courses in an academic program, different learning challenges from multiple disciplines can be addressed in order to enhance the total learning goal, To achieve a learning goal, a generic case must be designed to bridge together the different disciplines in a systematic way, The important challenge is to design the case which in its content as well as format addresses the goals of the course and eventually also the objectives of the program as a whole.

This design is seen as an overall learning experience which simultaneously encompasses three aspects. The learning experience must start with an understanding of student knowledge levels of the different disciplines, The faculty of the disciplines must articulate what kind of learning goals they would like to achieve with the different courses. The case should address the objective(s) of the course both in its content and working formats. Only when the three areas of student learning, faculty learning, and subject are intertwined together will the best learning arena be created. (Less)
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bridging disciplines, multiple discipline learning, design of multiple business cases, holistic learning
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International conference on education and information systems: Technologies and Applications, Proceedings –Education/Training and Informatikon
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3
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330 - 334
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International Conference on Education and Information Systems - Technologies and Application
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980-6560-11-6
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English
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This design is seen as an overall learning experience which simultaneously encompasses three aspects. The learning experience must start with an understanding of student knowledge levels of the different disciplines, The faculty of the disciplines must articulate what kind of learning goals they would like to achieve with the different courses. The case should address the objective(s) of the course both in its content and working formats. Only when the three areas of student learning, faculty learning, and subject are intertwined together will the best learning arena be created.},
  author       = {Asplund, Carl-Johan and Jordan, PF},
  isbn         = {980-6560-11-6},
  keyword      = {bridging disciplines,multiple discipline learning,design of multiple business cases,holistic learning},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {330--334},
  series       = {International conference on education and information systems: Technologies and Applications, Proceedings –Education/Training and Informatikon},
  title        = {Bridging multiple disciplines through the use of one business case},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2004},
}