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Legitimacy is not static, it is developed through a process. Startups can influence this process, which means that they can be strategic about how they build legitimacy.
8th November 2021
Engage contributes to a new book by sharing Norwegian entrepreneurship practices in three chapters highlighting the CERN Screening Week, the Blast off Week at Nord and the Venture Creation Program at NTNU.
22nd January 2021
What kind of knowledge, skills and attitudes do entrepreneurs need for understanding the social and ecological aspects of an business opportunity?
6th November 2020
In modern entrepreneurship education, more and more examples of active students and authentic learning occur. Students are no longer being a passive audience, reading about entrepreneurship.
3rd June 2020
Book launch: REFRAMING THE CASE METHOD IN ENTREPRENEUSHIP EDUCATION: Cases from the Nordic Countries
November 28th at 5pm, Mo i Rana We are launching our book on how to educate students to gain an entrepreneurial and innovative mindset through the use of education cases from the Nordic countries. Are you interested in how stories and lessons from business and entrepreneurs become learning tools to give students important skills and...
Entrepreneurship education is too complex to only rely on one outcome measure. It is time to rethink our view on assessment. By Torgeir Aadland, Co-director Engage and Associate Professor, NTNU The popularity of action-based, authentic and self-directed entrepreneurship education is prominent in many educational systems around the world today. Some entrepreneurship education implements and utilises...
The latest study published by Engage showed that valuable learning can happen when students hold the role of educators in student-active and student-led initiatives, such as Spark NTNU.
It is important that nurses learn to be entrepreneurial, because they are the ones who discover important problem areas in their work and have the knowledge needed to solve them. But how do nurses become entrepreneurial?
In the spring of 2020, entrepreneurship education had to move online. We now have to ask - what does the ‘new’ entrepreneurship education look like?
Cataly(c)st aims to bring best practices from the research world, the maker communities, the youth movements and industry into one strong initiative.