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Making it All Count: A Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration Model Incorporating Scholarship, Creative Activity, and Student Engagement
InSight (2017)
  • Rocky Dailey, South Dakota State University
  • Dr. Melissa Hauschild-Mork, South Dakota State University
Abstract
This study takes a grounded theory approach as a basis for a case study examining a crossdisciplinary
artistic and academic collaborative project involving faculty from the areas of
English, music, dance, theatre, design, and visual journalism resulting in the creation of
research, scholarly, and creative activity that fosters student engagement with feedback,
reflection, and mentorship. An emergent conceptual model of artistic and academic
collaboration was developed featuring a combination of collaborative partnership, creative
process, and product dissemination with feedback and reflection leading to greater
collaborative partnership as well as a new community of practice for cross-disciplinary
collaboration.
Keywords
  • cross-disciplinary collaboration,
  • humanities,
  • academics,
  • student engagement
Publication Date
2017
Citation Information
Rocky Dailey and Melissa Hauschild-Mork. "Making it All Count: A Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration Model Incorporating Scholarship, Creative Activity, and Student Engagement" InSight Vol. 12 (2017) p. 64 - 78 ISSN: 1933-4850
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rocky-dailey/11/