Abstract

Broad Vision was a program for art/science collaboration that adopted a model of interdisciplinary learning, teaching and research. It brought together students and tutors from art and science subjects to work collaboratively on emergent projects based around a different theme each year. In this case study, the authors discuss the critical success factors and learning gained from an interdisciplinary cocreated curriculum. This includes looking at how collaborative learning and working at the intersections of the disciplines enabled students to develop new knowledge and understanding in both their own and other subject fields.

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