What is interdisciplinary research? It means you are using discipline-specific ways of knowing—established knowledge claims, methods, approaches to inquiry and forms of communication—to give you a new understanding.
When you are doing independent interdisciplinary research for your WSEE, you are:
The interdisciplinary research process for the WSEE requires you to:
*Local is defined in its widest sense to mean specific examples or case studies and does not necessarily imply that the focus must be geographically local to you.
WSEE Subject Guide and worksheets
RRS (Researcher's Reflection Space)
RPPF (Researcher's Planning and Progress Form) examples: