TDI innovates to include ongoing dialogue with teams
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TDI innovates to include ongoing dialogue with teams

TDI innovates to include ongoing dialogue with teams

Dr. Graham Hubbs and Dr. Sanford Eigenbrode are embedding the Toolbox approach in the everyday workings of a cross-disciplinary team at their home institution, the University of Idaho. Dr. Hubbs and Dr. Eigenbrode will now be gathering information from GEM3 (Genes by Environment) members about challenges they are having with integration, and they also will be embedding with teams to watch meetings to see if they can observe blind spots in communicating and collaborating. They will then advise the teams on resources to help them make progress. This marks an exciting evolution in the Toolbox approach—from discrete workshops to ongoing dialogue. For more discussion of the difference, see Eigenbrode et al (2020) and Laursen et al (2021). Are you interested in getting Toolbox experts on your team? Contact us at toolbox@msu.edu.
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Works Cited

Eigenbrode, S. D., Vasko, S. E., Malavisi, A., Laursen, B. K., O’Rourke, M. (2020). Future directions for the Toolbox Dialogue Initiative. In G. Hubbs, M. O’Rourke, and S. H. Orzack (Eds.), The Toolbox Dialogue Initiative: The Power of Cross-Disciplinary Practice (pp. 162–178). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

 

Laursen, B. K., Gonnerman, C., & Crowley, S. J. (2021). Improving philosophical dialogue interventions to better resolve problematic value pluralism in collaborative environmental science. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A87, 54–71. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.shpsa.2021.02.004