Special issue: from disciplinarity to interdisciplinarity and beyond in higher education on climate change
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AbstractThis special issue explores the evolution of an innovative, integrative approach to climate change through collaborative production of an interdisciplinary education curriculum incorporating student mobility. It draws on the authors’ involvement in a European Union Erasmus project, ‘The lived experience of climate change: e-learning and virtual mobility’, which brings together eight universities plus an umbrella association across six countries. The project has developed a set of postgraduate curriculum resources on climate change that will become globally accessible.
CitationVol 6:1 Special Issue
JournalInternational Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development
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