We are currently putting together a special issue on interdisciplinarity in higher education. We are familiar with the research contributions of the respective Universities on Interdisciplinary Education and would love to have you involved. We are particularly interested in different ways of knowing and how to pedagogically deal with different ways of knowing, both as a participant (students) in education and as a developer of higher education. The special issue title is “Integrating Epistemological Fluency in Interdisciplinary Learning”. Here is the link with an extensive description of this call for papers: https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/34207/integrating-epistemological-fluency-in-interdisciplinary-learning .
Abstracts are due on 28 June 2022. Please consults with the editorial team if you have any questions or would like to know if your topic fits.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Renate Klaassen (TU Delft)
Siara Isaac (EPFL)
Kostas Nzimas (U Twente)
Miles Macleod (U Twente)
P.s note that Frontiers in Education does charge a fee for contribution unless your country or institution is exempted (or that of one of your co-authors at least). You can find that out here. https://www.frontiersin.org/about/institutional-membership