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- Barisonzi, J., & Thorn, M. (2003). Teaching revolution: Issues in interdisciplinary education. College Teaching, 51(1), 5-8.
- Cerra, F., & Brandt, B.F. (2011). Renewed focus in the United States links interprofessional education with redesigning health care. Journal of Interprofessional Care 25(6), 394-396.
- Krometis, L. H., Clark, E. P., Gonzalez, V., & Leslie, M. E. (2011). The "death" of disciplines: Development of a team-taught course to provide an interdisciplinary perspective for first-year students. College Teaching, 59(2), 73-78.
- Nowacek, R. S. (2009). Why is being interdisciplinary so very hard to do? thoughts on the perils and promise of interdisciplinary pedagogy. College Composition and Communication, 60(3), 493-516.
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