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Ryzner Tamara (University of Rzeszów)
Title
The Highway to the Learning Society: The Idea of an Entrepreneurial University in the Twenty-first Century
Autostrada do uczącego się społeczeństwa. Idea uniwersytetu przedsiębiorczego w XXI wieku
Source
Horyzonty Wychowania, 2014, vol. 13, nr 26, s. 195-208, bibliogr. 24 poz.
Keyword
Szkolnictwo wyższe, Przedsiębiorczość, Innowacje
Higher education, Entrepreneurship, Innovations
Note
summ., streszcz.
Abstract
Przedsiębiorczość oraz przedsiębiorcze uniwersytety to nowe możliwości, które powinny być z sobą powiązane. Głównym celem artykułu jest przedstawienie idei przedsiębiorczego uniwersytetu, jednocześnie prezentuje on rozwój historyczny kształcenia na odległość oraz dokonuje przeglądu dotychczasowych i nowych form kształcenia, które mogą wspierać rozwój uczelni przedsiębiorczych w XXI wieku. W artykule omówiono pięć kategorii, które są "sercem" działalności innowacyjnej i przedsiębiorczej na uczelniach amerykańskich, w tym: przedsiębiorczość studentów, wykładowców przedsiębiorczości, transfer technologii, współpracę w zakresie przemysłu i zaangażowanie w rozwój gospodarczy regionów. Te pięć kategorii odzwierciedla ogromne znaczenie innowacji i przedsiębiorczości w misji i działalności szkolnictwa wyższego.(abstrakt oryginalny)

Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial universities are new opportunities that need to be leveraged and interconnected. The main purpose of the article is to elaborate upon the idea of entrepreneurial university. This article shortly describes the historical development of open and distance learning and reviewing the past and potential future role of developing new forms of learning that might support the development of entrepreneurial university in the twenty-first century. The article discusses five focus categories at the heart of the innovation and entrepreneurship activities within America's universities: student entrepreneurship, faculty entrepreneurship, technology transfer, industry collaboration, and engagement in regional economic development. These five categories reflect the widespread importance of innovation and entrepreneurship to the mission and activities of higher education.(original abstract)
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2391-9485
Language
eng
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