Pilot 1 Course “Entrepreneurship and Innovation”
Between November 2014 and February 2015
The course “Entrepreneurship and Innovation” with a duration of 8 weeks of work with a minimum of 50 hours of student work, has been tested in is version Pilot 1. The pedagogical idea was based on SSDL – Staged Self Directed Learning and PLN – Personal Learning Network is encouraged. The main idea to work in the course was to work together in distributed groups using tools supporting distributed collaboration. OpenClass was used, tightly connected to Google.
With the experience and results acquired from this test Pilot 1, the consortium is now ready to launch Pilot 2 as a final offer of this course.
A Distributed Concurrent Design based e-Learning approach to Entrepreneurship Education
This paper describes the design of an intensive e-Learning course for Entrepreneurship Education, aiming to young ICT professionals willing to turn innovative ideas into a business.
By Demosthenes Stamatis from ATEI, Börje Hansson from MIUN, Tor Alte Hjeltnes from HiST and Lachlan MacKinnon from UoG
Conference “”Entrepreneurship in a new Training context” organized by CENFIM and FLITE consortium, in Lisbon 7th October 2014.
Open Seminar – ONLINE ENTREPRENEURIAL COURSE
Organized by XLAB and the FLITE partnership, to boost the entrepreneurial thinking and to transfer knowledge between Higher Education Graduates and Industry.
During the Open Seminar, held at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science in Ljubljana, the main methods used to outline the business plan, how to handle the decision making process and other objectives of the project were presented by some of Europe’s leading experts in ConCurrent design (CCD) and Osterwalder Business model integration.
Lachlan MacKinnon – University of Greenwich
Börje Hansson – Mid Sweden University
- Presentation of the project and team
- Osterwalder canvas and business plan development
- Concurrent Design Method for handling innovative processes
- Discussion on entrepreneurial development
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