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Co-Creation in PBL Project Work

  • Ole Ravn
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Abstract

When searching among research papers using the terms “co-creation” and “higher education” you are very likely to stumble upon insights about the marketisation of education (see for example Fagerstrøm & Ghinea, 2013) or the “value co-creation” generated by integrating students’ assessment feedback on teaching in order to develop better teaching approaches (see for example Díaz-Méndez et al., 2012).

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  • Ole Ravn
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  1. 1.Department of Learning and PhilosophyAalborg UniversityDenmark

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