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The tool and the library continue to grow … We are very pleased to include new and interesting examples of interdisciplinary education involving the creative arts and humanities. The more examples we are able to include, the more useful the tool will be for the wider community of practice. Many thanks for including your own!

Use the fields below to submit information about your own ID unit/course/subject to be included in the Multiple Measures library. Submission of this confirms that you agree to the collection and publication on this website of these documents and summaries produced, and that you have obtained permissions where necessary.  As you know, this is an Office for Learning and Teaching funded project. It is important to note that as such, the website is published under a Creative Commons license.

We will be reviewing submitted ID unit/course/subject information and publishing as soon as we are able to. Please include current contact information so we can follow up with any questions. Contact details will not be published on the website.

Interdisciplinary Unit/Subject/Course

Please note the details entered into the follow question fields will be submitted to our public library and when processed, will be publicly available.

Below is a copy of the six slider questions that also appear on the Multiple Measures Tool page. Please enter your unit/subject/course details into the fields below.

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What level of expertise will students bring to their learning?

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2

What expectations will students have of the learning culture?  Use the two sliders below to show the range and style of learning expectations across the cohort.

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Low consensus disciplines Middle point High consensus disciplines

3

How important is it that each student develops his/her own disciplinary practice/s through this ID activity?

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Not Important Somewhat Important Very Important

4

How important is it that each student develops skills and abilities to work with others from different disciplines/industries through this ID activity?

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Not Important Somewhat Important Very Important

5

How involved are students in deciding the brief, direction or aims of the assessment task/s?

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Student-directed Brief Mid Point Staff-directed Brief

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Is the process for developing or delivering assessment task/s designed by the students or directed by staff?

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Student-directed Process Mid Point Staff-directed Process

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