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Six most read stories and news on eLearningworld 2018

Most read stories 2018 Analysis of Learning, Tech, Design, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship Enrich educational impact with support of AI  Making design the engine to achieve your goals European Innovation Scoreboard: EU is gaining ground in the global competition Artificial Intelligence – if you like or not – and why Europe is lagging behind Designing for the senses beyond visual Making Blockchain a European Affair   News stories Learning, Tech, Design, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship Imaginative AI… Continue reading

The essence of successful entrepreneurship according to Eric Schmidt

On 27th November 2018, Eric Schmidt, former Google CEO and Alphabet executive chairman delivered the Centre for Entrepreneurs Annual Lecture. An event that developed into a guide to successful entrepreneurship. In defining an entrepreneur he said if somebody asked him: “I’m doing this what do you think?” This is according to Eric Schmidt a sign of a bad entrepreneur, but if the entrepreneur instead said: “I’m doing this. If you have time I will explain to… Continue reading

Originality as the most valuable asset

In an age where originality is hard-currency or rather soft currency. Everything that starts with “mass” is seen as a gust from the past. Designers are what often stands between market success and failure. It is an environment where intuition and preferences should be fed with a pleasant experience. Not like before when everybody was offered more of the same thing as everybody else. This means that the image of the starving artist of 20th… Continue reading

Collaborative learning in the working life

Developing problem-solving competence is to a large extent the foundation of learning in the working life. This also means the ability to explore new possibilities and improve the performance. Both when it comes to action as well as interaction. The aim of pedagogy would be to train the student’s entrepreneurial skills in real life situations. The method that often is termed collaborative learning works great for both self-studies as well as for project-based learning in… Continue reading

Entrepreneurship on all levels to adapt to the Digital Age

The term “Industrie 4.0” originates from the high-tech strategy of the German government, which promotes the digitization of manufacturing. The term after the introduction in 2011 rapidly became generally acknowledged and used all over the world. In Germany Industrie 4.0 has been followed by SME 4.0 and Teaching 4.0. Terms that have gained ground and flourished from a more general active entrepreneurial spirit. A favourable mood that calls for an active (and successful) integration of new citizens, a research… Continue reading

Digital Society Education – “A School Open to the Professional World”

Digital Society Education – “A School Open to the Professional World” Mixing education with entrepreneurship is one of the main workable equations for successful learning in the digital society. The Minister of Education, Children and Youth in Luxembourg, Claude Meisch, and director of the Lycée des Arts et Métiers, Fabrice Roth, presented October 1, 2018, three new high-tech certificates (BTS) – dedicated to the design of video games and connected objects – as well as the… Continue reading

European Innovation Scoreboard: EU is gaining ground in the global competition

eLearningworld trends The European Innovation Scoreboard is a yearly comparative analysis of innovation performance. The comparison targets EU-members, EU in comparison to other European countries as well as the performance in comparison to other regions globally. The European Innovation Scoreboard 2018 was released June 22 shows that European innovation performance is accelerating in comparison to United States, Japan, and Canada, while the fastest runner towards the future is China, but are still behind EU. However, within… Continue reading

China’s no1 entrepreneurial tech hub

eLearningworld News Tsinghua University located in a northwestern suburb of Beijing was founded in 1911. After the start of a new specialisation, 1952 with focus on educating engineers the university is today is the most important tech hub for Chinese startups and tech development in general. The combination of the research from the university and the great prospects of receiving funding from the network of Tsinghua Alumni TMT Association has formed a very nutritious growing… Continue reading

Create a Medici-effect with knowledge management

What would you prefer, to investing in a Knowledge Management System or Crisis Management? Since when Factor X strikes the organisation either is prepared with the right knowledge or otherwise a crisis is waiting around the corner. Four foundational components The foundation of the knowledge management system that is described in the book is characterised by openness and diversity for distribution, learning and development on the platform. Because all relevant knowledge should be available for… Continue reading