Amplifying the Transdisciplinary Nature of Arts Entrepreneurship Education Through Online Learning
Current moves toward online learning have promoted and continue to promote transdisciplinary education as an indispensable path forward. Time and technological advances have given us the perspective to see that many of our disciplines are more interconnected than scholars and pedagogues of the past may have thought. This interconnectedness allows us to develop individually held senses of belonging within our students and a more solidified representation of arts entrepreneurship education. Online education provides inexhaustible resources and delivery methods for educators to provide multiple entry points for students. This piece makes a case for the notion that instruction via the internet enables students and educators to connect with people worldwide and provides additional ways to connect and engage with course material for individuals with varying learning styles. This piece also provides a model of a post-secondary course that can be used to explore arts entrepreneurship.
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