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D3.7 An interdisciplinary framework for comparisons and cross-fertilization strategies of MAZI pilots (version 3)

Unteidig, Andreas; Apostol, Ileana; Gaved, Mark and Davies, Gareth (2018). D3.7 An interdisciplinary framework for comparisons and cross-fertilization strategies of MAZI pilots (version 3). The MAZI Consortium.

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[Executive summary]

The object of this deliverable is to present the final reflection on the framework developed and applied within MAZI that allows and supports the interdisciplinary development of four different MAZI pilot studies and the cross-pilot generation of insights and knowledge as well as the transfer of this knowledge into the design of the MAZI toolkit.

For this, this report will first reflect on the very idea of a framework as an evolving concept – as an ever-changing notion that continuously develops as the consortium is moving along – and summarize the components of the framework as developed and enacted throughout the past 28 months. We will then take a step back to synthesize reflections on the different positions and roles taken on by project members and on how the interdisciplinary nature of MAZI manifests itself within and across pilot studies – both in terms of challenges and strategies in dealing with them, as well as in reflections on how the project affects the disciplinary positions of its protagonists. Concluding this deliverable, we will then discuss the framework depicted in the series of three reports as a negotiated outcome of the working process in MAZI and show how the threads woven here will be taken up and continued in future work.

Item Type: Other
Copyright Holders: 2016-2018 The MAZI Consortium
Project Funding Details:
Funded Project NameProject IDFunding Body
MAZI687983EC inc.H2020&ERC European Commission: FP (inc.Horizon2020 & ERC schemes)
Keywords: Interdisciplinarity; community networks; transdisciplinarity
Academic Unit/School: Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies (WELS)
Other Departments > Research and Academic Strategy
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Research Group: Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET)
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Item ID: 59663
Depositing User: Mark Gaved
Date Deposited: 29 Mar 2019 14:45
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2019 03:06
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