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Title: Learning for Sustainable Development. Merging Professional Demands and Academic Standards.
Authors: Lansu, Angelique
Keywords: sustainable development, curriculum design, transboundary competence;learning; academic quality assurance
Issue Date: 22-Mar-2013
Publisher: Open Universiteit, School of Science, the Netherlands
Citation: Lansu, Angelique. (2013). Learning for Sustainable Development. Merging Professional Demands and Academic Standards. Doctorate (PhD) Thesis Open Universiteit, Heerlen, the Netherlands. 220p. With references, and including summaries in Dutch and English.
Abstract: Learning for sustainable development - is learning to come to grips with a fast changing domain in which knowledge is essential. Knowledge generation and knowledge transfer occur in the interaction between education, research and innovation. In this thesis we have researched what this means for future professionals in the field of sustainable development and what the implications are for the design of academic education.
Description: The research reported in this thesis was conducted at the Open Universiteit of the Netherlands, under the aegis of the UNESCO Chair in Knowlegde Transfer for Sustainable Development Supported by ICTs (prof. dr. Rietje van Dam-Mieras), established at the Open Universiteit's School of Science, and under the auspices of the Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies, Chair Technology Enhanced Learning (prof. dr. Peter B. Sloep). This document does not represent the opinion of Unesco, UNESCO is not responsible for any use that might be made based on its contents.
ISSN: 978 94 914 658 9
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