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Learning from Many: Partner Exposure and Team Familiarity in Fluid Teams

Zeynep Akşin, Sarang Deo, Jónas Oddur Jónasson, Kamalini Ramdas
2020 Management science  
However, inducing high team familiarity by keeping team membership intact can limit workers' opportunities to acquire useful knowledge and alternative practices from exposure to a broader set of partners  ...  We introduce an empirical measure for prior partner exposure and estimate its impact (along with that of team familiarity) on operational performance using data from the London Ambulance Service.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the London Ambulance Service for providing data, information about the study setting, and multiple opportunities to observe ambulance crews, dispatchers, and hospital staff in  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.2019.3576 fatcat:ibdvplm25vhn3hggfvznop2rdu

Learning from Ebola: Interprofessional practice in the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit

Katelyn C. Jelden, Philip W. Smith, Michelle M. Schwedhelm, Shawn G. Gibbs, John J. Lowe, Elizabeth L. Beam, Christopher J. Kratochvil, Kathleen C. Boulter, Angela L. Hewlett
2015 Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice  
Caring for patients with Ebola virus disease (EVD) in the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit (NBU) has necessitated and enabled extensive interprofessional relationships and the creation of a collaborative care  ...  Critical aspects of NBU functionality include a constructive leadership environment, staff inclusion and consideration during protocol development, and a culture of partnership and communication.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the dedicated Nebraska Biocontainment Unit team for their unwavering commitment to patient care, quality improvement and safety.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.xjep.2015.07.071 pmid:32289082 pmcid:PMC7104021 fatcat:urxkdvw6hvcqfno3oqwcp5jj2e

Everyone Learns From Everyone

Renee Hobbs, Julie Coiro
2016 Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy  
Many participants arrived at the institute knowing no one and being completely un familiar with many types of digital tool or types of digital learning activity.  ...  " + Exposure to big ideas + Structured collaboration with a dyad partner + Digital media production + Reflection on the learning process = Confidence in implementing digital literacy  ...  RENEW NOW AND SAVE! GET 3 YEARS OF RESOURCES AND SUPPORT As an educator and ILA member, you are passionate about literacy and helping your students learn and achieve.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jaal.502 fatcat:7wzs56buofay7nac5rkr6543m4

Computation and Learning Partnerships: Lessons from Wood Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Integration

Mariapaola Riggio, Nancy Yen-wen Cheng
2021 Education Sciences  
in learning collaborative design skills.  ...  The lessons learned in this course can be of value to academic programs and professional firms involved in incorporating digital design and interdisciplinary collaboration.  ...  We give our appreciation to the generous contribution of guest lecturers and project reviewers, as well as the earnest efforts of their students in engaging in our experimental course.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11030124 fatcat:6ws626r7dbewzo4d4eefpnehe4

Can We Learn from Our Mistakes? Introduction/Lessons Learned from Implementing Two Programs to Develop More Infrastructure Projects in Asia/Who Does the Agent of Change Represent? Stardom vs. Ownership/Learning from Mistakes/Mistakes, Errors and Possible Failures/Discerning Demography and Economy/Can a Planning and Land Use Lawyer Learn from Past Mistakes?/On Subjective Processes and the Limiting of Enquiry/Afterword: Abiding Challenges of Deliberative Practice

Heather Campbell, John Forester, Bishwapriya Sanyal, Khairul Anwar, Carlos Brando, Iwan J Azis, Matteo Robiglio, Ezio Micelli, Riccardo Delli Santi, Dave Vanderhoven
2018 Planning Theory & Practice  
Governments in the US and Europe are more familiar with such arrangements; in Asia, such complexity is beyond many municipal governments.  ...  Mistakes come in many forms and for many reasons.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649357.2018.1486985 fatcat:m2ahgb73mvc2flqhqb6zcmnbum

Transnational Pedagogy from Policy to Practice: Beginnings of the Journey

Ann Dashwood, Jill Lawrence, Alice Brown, Lorelle Burton
2008 International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning  
To define and develop USQ's 'transnational pedagogy', the then Pro Vice-Chancellor (Regional Engagement and Social Justice) initiated a consultative project team from across the university community, consisting  ...  strategies for learning and teaching.  ...  Many of the current issues of teaching Australian courses offshore were paramount for academics teaching courses offered offshore with local tutors from participating partner institutions.  ... 
doi:10.5172/ijpl.4.3.97 fatcat:i622vo2o6bexjdikrqeikogaqe

Engaging youth in post-disaster research: Lessons learned from a creative methods approach

Lori Peek, Jennifer Tobin-Gurley, Robin S Cox, Leila Scannell, Sarah Fletcher, Cheryl Heykoop
2016 Gateways : International Journal of Community Research & Engagement  
To begin to fill this void in research and action, this multi-site research project engaged youth from disaster-affected communities in Canada and the United States.  ...  Children and youth often demonstrate resilience and capacity in the face of disasters.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank the numerous community partners who  ... 
doi:10.5130/ijcre.v9i1.4875 fatcat:dzcs4p52avhtdfe5uwhvrreg2m

Gender-based violence and infectious disease in humanitarian settings: lessons learned from Ebola, Zika, and COVID-19 to inform syndemic policy making

Melissa Meinhart, Luissa Vahedi, Simone E. Carter, Catherine Poulton, Philomene Mwanze Palaku, Lindsay Stark
2021 Conflict and Health  
We drew learnings from Ebola, Zika, and COVID-19 to highlight how women and girls living in humanitarian settings have faced bi-directional syndemic vulnerabilities between GBV and infectious disease.  ...  ; and, (iii) Who should be involved in designing, implementing, and evaluating gender-sensitive policies?  ...  For example, one phone many be shared among members of the entire household. Due to gender discrimination, women and girls face reduced access to and familiarity with digital tools [35, 36] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13031-021-00419-9 pmid:34801062 pmcid:PMC8605893 fatcat:bu2kmu5szrdhvjsinsrhu4u4eq

Lessons Learnt from Educating University Students through a Trans-Disciplinary Project for Sustainable Sanitation Using a Systems Approach and Problem-Based Learning

Janice Gray, Jennifer Williams, Prasanthi Hagare, Abby Lopes, Shankar Sankaran
2014 Systems  
Five academics forming part of the research team consider the effectiveness of ST-styled student engagement via Problem-Based Learning in three action research cycles used in the research project.  ...  Abstract: This article discusses how a Systems Thinking (ST) approach to student learning, employing Problem-Based Learning (PBL) interventions, at several different universities in Sydney, Australia was  ...  She was also responsible for the Background section, the introductory material in the PBL Applications to Student Learning section and the Conclusion.  ... 
doi:10.3390/systems2030243 fatcat:lxvx2ywp3vaanmj7w2cv5zrxui

Simulated speaking environments for language learning: insights from three cases

Tetyana Sydorenko, Tom F. H. Smits, Keelan Evanini, Vikram Ramanarayanan
2018 Computer Assisted Language Learning  
Drawing on sound contemporary theories from a broad landscape of research in social science, education, science, technology and so on, CALL and design for learning clearly have much in common.  ...  This seems to be a reality in both face to face and online learning.  ...  They came from French and Belgian universities and were unknown to their Irish partners.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09588221.2018.1466811 fatcat:56weegbwy5djzk7a4toj7bzqiy

Lessons learned from the resilience of Chinese hospitals to the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review [article]

Jack Stennett, Renyou Hou, Lola Traverson, Valery Ridde, Kate Zinszer, Fanny Chabrol
2021 medRxiv   pre-print
This paper aims to determine the key findings, recommendations and lessons learned in terms of hospital resilience during the pandemic, as well as the quality and limitations of research in this field  ...  Research on Chinese hospitals would benefit from a greater range of analysis in order to draw more nuanced and contextualised lessons from the responses to the crisis.  ...  These involved the creation of new teams, such as the 'nursing technical support team' comprised largely of head nurses from different departments (Lin et al., 2020) and the 'emergency management and sensing  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.03.15.21253509 fatcat:f7k3sv6bzvaoljeguxr6vq7i5i

Agent-based dynamic support for learning from collaborative brainstorming in scientific inquiry

Hao-Chuan Wang, Carolyn P. Rosé, Chun-Yen Chang
2011 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
refer to as connection-based learning and multi-perspective learning, during a carefully designed idea-generation task in the earth-sciences domain.  ...  gain in multi-perspective learning.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by NSF grants HCC-0803482, DRL-0835426, and SBE 0836012.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-011-9124-x fatcat:63ixkwdemrcbvllummijiy7kcu

One Out of Many? Boundary Negotiation and Identity Formation in Postmerger Integration

Israel Drori, Amy Wrzesniewski, Shmuel Ellis
2013 Organization science (Providence, R.I.)  
In the first stage, boundaries are negotiated to leverage and import certain practices and values of the premerger firms; in the second stage, these boundaries are blurred as managers build on the set  ...  We suggest that the boundaries that define the structures, practices, and values of firms prior to a merger become reinforced, contested, or revised in the integration process, thus shaping the firm identity  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Tina Dacin, Klaus Weber, and three anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments on earlier drafts. Endnotes  ... 
doi:10.1287/orsc.1120.0814 fatcat:w42thkessvefxiasgskzq56hyy

Learning from the Dakota: Water and Place

2018 Open Rivers  
Terje Tvedt and the Satterthwaite Colloquium for fruitful discussions. Bibliography [1] Hurst, E. & Phillips, P. 1931.  ...  Rivers, as I have learned in taking students out on them for many years now, are patient teachers.  ...  Partners.  ... 
doi:10.24926/2471190x.4481 fatcat:lzlmy42kazbopgto7decqd5ism

Sensors that Learn: The Evolution from Taste Fingerprints to Patterns of Early Disease Detection

Nicolaos Christodoulides, Michael P. McRae, Glennon W. Simmons, Sayli S. Modak, John T. McDevitt
2019 Micromachines  
Identification of biomarker-based fingerprints from complex mixtures has a direct linkage to e-nose and e-tongue research.  ...  Recently, we have moved to the point of big data acquisition alongside the linkage to machine learning and artificial intelligence.  ...  Interestingly, this flavor-learning has the implication that new foods eaten in conjunction with familiar foods are more likely to be accepted.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mi10040251 pmid:30995728 pmcid:PMC6523560 fatcat:vwqa2lpbqbhbljv2m34twuxliy
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