Connectivity, Expectations, and Expertise
Co-creation as a Model for Program Development
Keywords:Stakeholder Engagement, Program Design, Undergraduate Curricula, Academic-industry Collaboration, Methodology
Working with industry stakeholders to design programs in technical, scientific, and professional communication can provoke discussions about the connectivity, expectations, and varying expertise(s) at work in the collaboration. Co-creation models for program development can mitigate these challenges by using program design and assessment practices that depend on stakeholder contributions throughout the curriculum. This article explores an example of the co-creation model at work in designing a project-based, studio-centered curriculum.
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Walkup, K., Sagheb, S., & Smith, R. A. (2022). Connectivity, Expectations, and Expertise: Co-creation as a Model for Program Development. Programmatic Perspectives, 13(2), 104–129. Retrieved from https://programmaticperspectives.cptsc.org/index.php/jpp/article/view/24