Develop your research skills as you investigate how to co-produce knowledge for society and academia.
Reflect transdisciplinarity – its principles, its research processes and the context in which it is promising.
Apply transdisciplinary approaches to societally relevant questions.
Identify guiding questions, phases and steps of transdisciplinary project.
Apply the principles and steps of transdisciplinary research to examples in order to reflect the implication for your own projects.
Reflect the role of scientists and stakeholders in society and consider the ethical implications of co-producing processes.
In today’s world, we face many complex societal challenges. Projects addressing these challenges often involve actors and stakeholders from different fields and disciplines bringing together their own perspectives or knowledge on a topic. Accordingly, collaborative transdisciplinary approaches are crucial for the success of a project.
On this course, you’ll explore how to meet the challenges of conducting effective transdisciplinary research. You’ll gain insights into a variety of case studies from different fields as you learn from the experiences of peers and experts.
Research skills needed in order to produce relevant outcomes for society and academia
Transdisciplinarity: principles, research processes, and application
Guiding questions, phases, and steps in transdisciplinary projects
Pitfalls and opportunities in transdisciplinary projects
Ethical implications of co-production processes
Examples of transdisciplinary projects on sustainable
development, migration, and health topics
Students and researchers from all backgrounds; stakeholders involved in searching solutions for complex societal challenges. Mentoring will take place from Monday, March 30th to Sunday, May 10th, 2020.