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The Toolbox Dialogue Initiative featured on Daily Nous

TDI members Brian Robinson and Michael O'Rourke were invited to describe the TDI approach on the popular philosophy blog Daily Nous. The post begins with a joke: "A team of interdisciplinary researchers walk into a bar

The Toolbox Project “in” Amani, Tanzania

Michael O’Rourke and Sanford Eigenbrode conducted a Toolbox workshop with the Woody Weeds Project on 29 November 2015, checking in virtually with the group during their project meeting in Amani, Tanzania. This marked the second dialogue-based workshop that the Toolbox Project has conducted with Woody

Toolbox at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Drs. Michael O'Rourke and Brian  recently spoke and conducted Toolbox workshops with the environmental researchers at the national Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN) in Kyoto, Japan On the first day, they spoke on problems of communication and collaboration in cross-disciplinary research. As a way of introducing

Toolbox Response to the Nature Interdisciplinarity Issue (Volume 525, Number 7569, pp289-418)

Communication, you maintain, is crucial to successful interdisciplinary research, and we couldn’t agree more. We believe that interdisciplinary collaborators should develop “constructive dialogue skills” that support trust, mutual learning, respectful deliberation, equality, and efficient knowledge transfer. Without these, collaborators will be hard pressed to achieve