Challenge-based learning: Exchange of experiences
The report documents the results of a workshop on challenge-based learning that took place in the frame of the ScaleUp4Sustainability project in September 2021 at the University of Oldenburg, Germany. The workshop participants, mostly academic staff of project-associated higher education institutions, discussed strategies for designing sustainable venturing challenges and approaches for successful involvement of business partners.
Guidelines for the evaluation of collaborative student-business venturing activities
The manual supports both company managers and academic staff in formative evaluations of teaching and learning formats which focus on student-business collaboration in developing sustainable business ideas. The guidelines help to make transparent the costs and benefits as well as the outputs, outcomes and impacts of student-business collaboration schemes.
Database of tools and approaches for collaborative sustainable venturing
An open access collection of more than 60 generic and specific tools and approaches suitable for collaborative sustainable venturing.
Report on evaluating leading approaches and tools in collaborative green venturing
The report provides a conceptual framework and guidelines for the evaluation of collaborative venturing activities. Besides giving insights on the effectiveness and impacts of existing approaches and tools, it identifies unique elements, success factors and barriers of student-business collaboration in green venturing. The report also gives insight on the transferability and scalability of existing approaches and tools to other university and regional contexts.
TOGETHER, LET'S HARNESS THE POWER OF COLLABORATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP TO SOLVE SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES.
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Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
Department of Business Administration, Economics and Law
Adj. Prof. Innovation Management and Sustainability
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118, 26129 Oldenburg, Germany
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The platform was created as part of the ScaleUp4Sustainability project. ScaleUp4Sustainability (Project Reference: 601150-EPP-1-2018-1-DE-EPPKA2-KA) is funded by the Erasmus+/Knowledge Alliance Programme of the European Union.