A workshop increases a quality level of teaching Ukrainian IT students
Leading experts in innovations and entrepreneurship in IT held the workshop in Linnaeus University during 1 week (4 -10 May), for Ukrainian lectors. The workshop consists of lectures from entrepreneurship, creating start-ups, risk management, innovation activities, IP rights, and new ways of lecturing theoretic and practical works. For the workshop were involved prominent experts from the Videum Science Park. The Videum is a part of Linnaeus University campus. For memories, all Ukrainian lecturers were awarded certificates from organizing committee. The certificates underline that the lectures obtained high qualification level.
Vice President, European Academy of Management (EURAM, Brussels), Hans Lundberg said, “The objective of this workshop is to train Ukrainian professors in the content, pedagogics and didactics of innovation and entrepreneurship related to the IT industry.”
The lectures and practical trainings include
– Biz modelling
– Types of Innovation & Bundling of Innovations
– Practical experience for creating start-ups from leading experts in IT
– Intellectual Property Issues for Entrepreneurs
– Entrepreneurial Finance
– Team Building
– How to teach this, once back home? Using Reflections.
– Discussion panels for experience exchange and adaptation for Ukrainian Conditions
A general impression of organizing committee members from the workshop is a high mark Ukrainian lecturers. At the end of the workshop the organizing committee gave certificates for Ukrainian members that attested obtained knowledge.
As a result of the workshop should be developed courses by Ukrainian lecturers for their Universities.
The project has started on October 15, 2012 and will continue until October 14, 2016.
General Project Manager: Dr. Arianit Kurti, Associate Professor at Linnaeus University, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, phone +46 (0) 470-70 83 75.
Project Coordinator in Ukraine: Dr. Tetyana Shatovska, Associate Professor at Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics, e-mail: email@example.com, phone 0038 057 7021646
Tempus is the European Union’s program, which supports the modernization of higher education in the partner countries of Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Western Balkans and the Mediterranean region, mainly through university cooperation projects.