The purpose of this paper is to examine how Thirdroom, as an ICT, enhances knowledge sharing and inter- and transdisciplinary work in Problem-oriented project work at Roskilde University. To understand why an initiative as Thirdroom was initiated in the first place, a study in to the foundation and purpose of Roskilde university and its problem oriented work, is made, based on The Roskilde Model: Problem-Oriented Learning and Project Work by Anders Siig Andersen & Simon B. Heilesen. The possibility of taking up real world problems, as a student, foster motivation and commitment, but the University has to balance between commitment to producing pure academic knowledge, and focusing on solving the real world problems. The use of inter- and transdisciplinary work, as explained in Tværvidenskab i Teori og Praksis by Thyge Enevoldsen & Erling Jelsøe, is investigated due to its role as scientific approach to perform the problem-oriented project work. It is used to accommodate the complexity of the problems emerging from the modern world. Thirdroom as an ICT, facilitates an improved opportunity to research, and communication student between. Whether it is internally in the group, or groups between. This urges the students to take more action in their own learning.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||19 dec. 2017|
|Vejledere||Alfred Birkegaard Hansted|
- Informations- og kommunikationsteknologi (IKT)