A/Professor Fiona Peterson's research interests include leadership of learning and teaching, the studio model, and strategic knowledge networks.

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Publications:
Planting a Seed in Fertile Ground: Helping Online Learning Communities Work

This paper discusses a new collaborative model for education – a strategic knowledge network – based on communities of practice, formal knowledge networks and industry links.

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Preparing for Leadership: Knowledge Networks in Postgraduate Education

Insights are presented on the tacit knowledge nature of leading two postgraduate programs that require complex ICT tools and transdisciplinary problem-solving.

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A Design for Learning: Multidisciplinary Collaboration, Interdisciplinary Thinking and Transdisciplinary Problem-solving

Insights are presented on the design of a learning environment for a graduate program that develops 'Mode 2' knowledge capabilities, including transdisciplinary problem-solving.

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The 'New Media' Cultural Debate: Transformative Experience?

Transformative potential of 'new media' and its relevance to knowledge communities is considered, in terms of cultural hermeneutics, activity theory and actor-network theory.

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Story Telling: Where Time Stands Still

Story telling, conversation and knowledge sharing practices are explored: drawing on our interdisciplinary journey to ancient Pompeii; and an online conference in education.

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Creative Leadership for Interdisciplinary Education

This article highlights the influence of five disciplinary perspectives on creative leadership in higher education, applied in a program reform project to enhance interdisciplinary learning for global workplace practice.

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Published online: September 30, 2015

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Learning and Teaching Scholarship: Discovery across Disciplines

This paper compares stories from practice of leading curriculum development across the social sciences, humanities, and creative arts, to explore the potential of interdisciplinary thinking in collaborative knowledge building.

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Published Online: December 27, 2015

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