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Ingunn Johanne Ness

Researcher , Cluster 3 Leader, SLATE
  • E-mailIngunn.Ness@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 48 60
  • Visitor Address
    Christiesgt. 13
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7807
    5020 Bergen
Academic article
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Dysthe, Olga. 2020. Polyphonic Imagination: Understanding Idea Generation in Multidisciplinary Groups as a Multivoiced Stimulation of Fantasy. Creativity Research Journal.
  • Glaveanu, Vlad-Petre; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; de Saint Laurent, Constance. 2020. Creativity, Learning and Technology: Opportunities, Challenges and New Horizons . Creativity Research Journal.
  • Ludvigsen, Kristine; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Timmis, Sue. 2019. Writing on the wall: How the use of technology can open dialogical spaces in lectures. Thinking Skills and Creativity. 1-18.
  • Samuelsson, Martin Per; Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2019. Apophatic Listening. A Response to Deliberating Public Policy Issues with Adolescents: Classroom Dynamics and Sociocultural Considerations. Democracy and Education. 1-5.
  • Glaveanu, Vlad-Petre; Hanchett Hanson, Michael; Baer, John; Barbot, Baptiste; Clapp, Edward P; Corazza, Giovanni; Hennessey, Beth; Kaufman, James C.; Lebuda, Izabela; Lubart, Todd; Montuori, Alfonso; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Plucker, Jonathan; Reiter-Palmon, Roni; Sierra, Zayda; Simonton, Dean Keith; Souza Nevez Pereira, Monica; Sternberg, Robert J. 2019. Advancing Creativity Theory and Research: A Socio-cultural Manifesto. The Journal of creative behavior.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2017. Polyphonic orchestration - facilitating creative knowledge processes for innovation. European Journal of Innovation Management. 557-577.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Riese, Hanne. 2015. Openness, curiosity and respect: Underlying conditions for developing innovative knowledge and ideas between disciplines. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction. 29-39.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Søreide, Gunn Elisabeth. 2014. The room of Opportunity: Understanding phases of creative knowledge processes in innovation. Journal of Workplace Learning. 545-560.
Report
  • Egelandsdal, Kjetil; Smith, Maria; Hansen, Cecilie Johanne Slokvik; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Wasson, Barbara. 2019. Adaptiv læring i matematikk: empirisk rapport om Multi Smart Øving i grunnskolen. .
Lecture
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Kopainsky, Birgit; Målen, Hiwa. 2019. PhD for Innovation: Interdisciplinary problem solving and creativity.
  • Hansen, Cecilie Johanne Slokvik; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Egelandsdal, Kjetil. 2018. Forskning på egen praksis.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2016. The Room of Opportunity PhD project.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2016. Creative Knowledge processes in multidisciplinary group work.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2014. The Room of Opportunity: Understanding how knowledge and ideas are constructed in multidisciplinary groups working with innovation.
Popular scientific lecture
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2013. The Room of Opportunity: understanding how knowledge and ideas are constructed in innovative groups.
Academic lecture
  • Baerheim, Anders; Kjome, Reidun Lisbet Skeide; Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2019. Reflexivity in interprofessional workplace learning.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2019. KEYNOTE Organizational creativity: What is it? How can we enable it? .
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2019. Dialogic and creative processes in the classroom and in Higher Education.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2018. Polyphonic Imagination: Understanding how multidisciplinary groups develop innovative ideas through a multivoiced stimulation of fantasy .
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2018. How to succeed with Interdisciplinary group work for Innovation.
Doctoral dissertation
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2016. The Room of Opportunity. Understanding how knowledge and ideas are constructed in multidisciplinary groups working with developing innovative ideas.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • Egelandsdal, Kjetil; Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2020. «Læring som praksis» - John Deweys pragmatisme. 17 pages.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Danielsen, Anne G. 2020. Sosiokulturell teori - Vygotsky, Lave og Wenger. 27 pages.
  • Danielsen, Anne G.; Diseth, Åge Røssing; Stray, Janicke Heldal; Kvello, Øyvind; Egelandsdal, Kjetil; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Sætra, Emil. 2020. Elevens beste og pedagogiske perspektiver - en analyse. 24 pages.
  • Egelandsdal, Kjetil; Ludvigsen, Kristine; Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2019. Clicker Interventions in Large Lectures in Higher Education. 22 pages.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne. 2019. Behind the Scenes: How to Research Creative Processes in Multidisciplinary Groups. 20 pages.
  • Glaveanu, Vlad-Petre; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Wasson, Barbara; Lubart, Todd. 2018. Sociocultural Perspectives on Creativity, Learning, and Technology. 20 pages.
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Egelandsdal, Kjetil. 2018. STEPRE – model: Facilitating knowledge development in student groups in Higher Education.
Popular scientific book
  • Ferguson, Rebecca; Coughlan, Tim; Egelandsdal, Kjetil; Gaved, Mark; Herodotou, Christothea; Hillaire, Garron; Jones, Derek; Jowers, Iestyn; Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; McAndrew, Patrick; Misiejuk, Kamila; Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Rienties, Bart; Scanlon, Eileen; Sharples, Mike; Wasson, Barbara; Weller, Martin; Whitelock, Denise. 2019. Innovating Pedagogy 2019. Open University Innovation Report 7. The Open University.
Chapter
  • Ness, Ingunn Johanne; Glaveanu, Vlad. 2019. Polyphonic Orchestration: The Dialogical Nature of Creativity. 189-206. In:
    • Beghetto, Ronald; Corazza, Giovanni. 2019. Dynamic Perspectives on Creativity: New Directions for Theory, Research, and Practice in Education. Springer Publishing Company.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

 Project 1: “The Room of Opportunity” – understanding creative knowledge processes in groups working with innovation

This project aims to develop knowledge about how groups in knowledge intensive organizations communicate and interact while working with innovation. The main research question for this project is: What characterizes the creative knowledge processes in groups working with innovation? The design of this study is qualitative, and the material is collected by open observations, focus group interview and individual qualitative interviews, focusing on how members of the innovative groups communicate and interact while creating new ideas. The findings are interpreted and discussed using socio-cultural theory and concepts on knowledge.

 

Project 2: Orchestration of creative knowledge processes in different learning contexts

 

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