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Case-based communication of research for education / Casi di studio tra ricerca e formazione (2015-2016)
Lugano, 12 June 2015
Universities need to boost and reinforce the synergies between research and education, to assure that innovation and content produced by research can nourish and update courses and knowledge taught in classes. The Harvard Business School has conceived and has been using for years the case-based teaching, a teaching system based on case studies capable of documenting business and institutional scenarios which are used as an educational tool to trigger discussion and interaction with students. The project “Case-based communication of research for education” is based on the case-based teaching with the aim of piloting the possibility of transforming a series of SUPSI research projects into case studies conceived and edited to be used in specific classes; furthermore the project aims at producing a scalable and replicable methodology with guidelines and templates. This project contributes to scientific communication, it is interdisciplinary and transversal, it is based on the specific assets of SUPSI in the field of communication, education and e-learning, and it contribute to reuse and distribute research content in the field of products, processes, businesses and arts.