University of Delaware
|Mapping the |
Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E)
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1) Research campus assets on the web and by interviewing students, faculty and administrators. Enter relevant program name, club, course or item in all worksheets of Landscape Canvas except for 'Example' worksheet. Include estimated enrollment numbers, key contacts & websites.
2) Get feedback. Don't worry about capturing everything before 'Getting out of the building' and interview stakeholders. Use the 'Share' feature to gather input from others. Create a wiki page for your campus on UniversityInnovation.org and link to your Landscape Canvas.
3) As your institution adds new courses, programs, resources and mechanisms that advance I&E on campus, update your Landscape Canvas.
|"Students, I&E is important. |
Make it a priority."
|"So, you want to learn more."||"You want to apply your knowledge to a specific project."||"You have effectively engaged in I&E."||"You have fine-tuned your understanding of I&E and reframed your approach to your education and career."|
|Generating awareness, importance and fundamental elements of I&E to students. |
|Student realize I&E is important and want to get involved in deeper way.|
|Student applies knowledge of I&E to a specific challenge/ problem. Form design team or work solo to explore potential.|
|Student(s) commits to opportunity. Student(s) license a technology, forms or joins venture startup, and/or attains legal status.|
|Commercialized entity continues and pivots further (3-10 years out) and adapts innovation to marketplace needs.|
(5. Spin Out)
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|* This framework is based on the Wenger model: http://wenger-trayner.com/introduction-to-communities-of-practice/|