November 20, 2019
Australian Collaborative Education Network
This interdisciplinary studio-based work integrated learning guide is based on lessons learnt from a 12-month project that brought together health sciences and architecture students and staff to explore how health and wellbeing can be optimised through interdisciplinary collaboration and space activation. The guide’s aim is to assist academic staff to create, Implement and evaluate interdisciplinary work-integrated-learning (WIL) utilising design thinking, specifically studio-based learning, as a key element. Although the ‘Architecturing Health’ project involved health and architecture disciplines, the guide is relevant to other interdisciplinary learning contexts.