Name/type of the event: 11th partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: Review of project status in all aspects. Finalization of Training materials and platform and Brainstorming on the HEI – partnership model
After months of fruitful cooperation and joint work FENICE partners representatives met in person for the very first time. This first meeting with transnational mobility was held in Porto, Portugal on 29th of June.
All 9 experts actively participated in the held presentations and discussions considering the project implementation in all aspects – development of outputs, financial implementation, evaluation and dissemination. Finally, they joined their diverse knowledge to brainstorm over the structure of a model for HEI-business partnership in support of entrepreneurship in CCIs.
Exactly 20 months after the project start we met for the very first time during our 11th partner meeting, this time held in person in wonderful Porto.
Name/type of the event: 7th partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: Adoption of a common generic structure for the training materials
FENICE team once again manifested its creativity and expertise. The challenge of our course is to put 2 totally different study fields into 1 but our expertise and willingness provide us with suitable solutions. This solutions are to be researched and tested in terms of feasibility the selected e-learning platform but we are on the right way.
We found a flexible solution of the challenge to organize different study aspects, university approaches and experience into 1 common structure for training materials.
Name/type of the event: 6th partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: Kicking –off the development of next project output
The FENICE team has successfully finalized a total number 4 course syllabuses “Management and Entrepreneurship in the Cultural and Creative Industries” for students and graduates of business and of arts and humanities and for adults learning in the same fields. But that was just part of the work. A set of conscious, focused on the learning outcomes training materials will be a subject of development within the consortium. Today, we started with a recall of the next project`s deliverable and discussion of a suitable common structure. Different universities, different practice, diverse themes and approaches. We shall approach the development in a way to adopt the most flexible template for training materials.
The development of training materials was kicked by this meeting
Name/type of the event: 5th partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: Adoption of the pre-final output development, co-work
The FENICE partners met on April 28th to confirm that the syllabuses “Management and Entrepreneurship in the Cultural and Creative Industries” for students and graduates of business and of arts and humanities are ready.
The research team is proceeding with the translation of the syllabuses and the pro-active development of adult learning syllabuses.
The FENICE course syllabuses for students are ready
Name/type of the event: 4th partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: Discussion on the advance of the Output development, co-work
The work on the elaboration of the FENICE syllabuses has advanced a lot following an active exchange of drafts and ideas via e-mailing. On March, 29th, the FENICE team met to discuss the application of the experiential learning approach in teaching the course in real terms.
Our courses for Business and Economics students and for Arts and Humanities studentrs are approacing finalization. Next in the project agenda – adult learning syllabuses.
How to apply the experiential learning approach in teaching the course in real terms?
Name/type of the event: 3nd partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: decision of the structure and topics course syllabuses “Management and Entrepreneurship in the Cultural and Creative Industries”
Is entrepreneurship theory important for the successful operation of a creative business or not? How deep a business student needs to be immersed into the arts and humanities studies so to be able to plan and manage a creative business? These are just part of the questions discussed during the 3rd partner meeting of the FENICE team. It was not an easy decision, but the FENICE team selected 10 topics which shall cover the most essential issues of business planning in terms of culture and creative industries so to provide target trainees with the knowledge needed for effectively leading this type of specific business to viability.
The FENICE team selected 10 topics that to be included in each of the FENICE courses
Name/type of the event: 2nd partners meeting
Aims/Agenda: conceptualization of IO1
FENICE`s interdisciplinary team met on December 18th for discussing the first intellectual output – the elaboration of course syllabuses “Management and Entrepreneurship in the Cultural and Creative Industries” for students and graduates of business and of arts and humanities. Many wonderful ideas came out during the brain-storming of the experts. We are all so excited for the opportunity to exchange good practices, innovate own field of research and to facilitate a science cross-fertilization.
Many wonderful ideas came out during the brain-storming of the experts.