ISBE 2012

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Creative Enterprise Education in Higher Education - Views from Art and Design Subject Lecturers

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ISBE 2012

  1. 1. Crea%ve  Enterprise  Educa%on  in  Higher  Educa%on   -­‐ Views  from  Art  and  Design  Subject  Lecturers   Working  Paper   Frances  Brown   Coventry  University  Frances  Brown,  Coventry  University  •  4rownwork@gmail.com  •  @4rownwork  
  2. 2. SUPPORT ECONOMY EMPLOYERS EMPLOYEES INDUSTRY SME/MICRO Gov’t NESTA CE Council Champions CREATIVESCHOOLS + FE EDUCATORS ENTERPRISE USER Students + Family EDUCATION Graduates INDUSTRY STUDENT + SOCIETIES ENGAGEMENT GRADUATE INTERNS Support Staff RESEARCHERS Primary Stakeholder Secondary Stakeholder Tertiary Stakeholder Board + Directors “Service  design  takes  a  more  holis4c  look  at  the  demand,   supply  and  strategy  of  a  service.  You  cannot  separate  in  any   HIGHER EDUCATION challenge  or  project  the  look  and  feel  of  the  service  and  the   opera4ng  systems,  processes  and  resources  that  deliver  it.”   Engine  (2009)   Frances  Brown,  Coventry  University  •  4rownwork@gmail.com  •  @4rownwork  
  3. 3. “…  understanding  value  and  the  nature  of  rela4ons  between  people   and  other  people,  between  people  and  things,  between  people  and   organiza4ons  of  different  kinds,  are  now  understood  to  be  central  to   designing  services.”  (Kimbell,  2010)  Frances  Brown,  Coventry  University  •  4rownwork@gmail.com  •  @4rownwork  
  4. 4. “Most  ins4tu4ons  seem  to  value  professional  development  for  all  students  but  there  are   widely  differing  levels  of  support  and  security  from  no  support  or  resources  and  low   security  in  future  to  large  scale  funded  departments  and  programs  that  are  fully  supported   and  accepted  as  part  of  ins4tu4onal  culture.”  Enterprise  Educator  (Brown,  2010)  Frances  Brown,  Coventry  University  •  4rownwork@gmail.com  •  @4rownwork  
  5. 5. Engagement + Resistance Promotion + Alumni + Knowledge + Timing Flagging Recognition Industry Understanding Frances  Brown,  Coventry  University  •  4rownwork@gmail.com  •  @4rownwork  
  6. 6. Subject Students Graduates Staff HEI SERVICE STRATEGYImproved... Communication Satisfaction + Experience + Understanding Learning Connection to HEIEffectiveness + SharingInforming Content + Delivery Frances  Brown,  Coventry  University  •  4rownwork@gmail.com  •  @4rownwork  

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