Embedding Enterprise in the Curriculum - Community of Practice - 18 January 23

Microsoft Teams meeting



  • Wednesday, 18/01/2023
  • 11:00 - 12:00

Microsoft Teams meeting

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Embedding Enterprise in the Curriculum - Community of Practice

Edinburgh Innovations sits on a wealth of experience and enterprise resources. This knowledge and resources can help a variety of students to become innovators and highly employable graduates and global citizens. 

This Community of Practice has been developed to identify the best methods to support teaching staff at the University to embed enterprise in the curriculum and remains an open invite to all teaching and lecturing staff. 

For our next community of practice, we want to show how our students have benefited from enterprise within their extracurricular activity and how enterprising skills have inspired them.  

 

Agenda  

11:00-11:10- Welcome and Introduction 

11:10-11:25- Sam Finnegan-Dehn – Founder of SkillEd 

11:25-11:30 – Q&A with Sam  

11:30-11:45 - Marise Treseder – Co-founder of DeepQA 

11:45-11:50 – Q&A with Marise  

11:50-11:55 – Final Reflections  

11:55-12:00 – Meeting Close  

 

Join our Community of Practice meeting on 18 January from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm on MS Teams, so we can offer our students a variety of resources and skills enhancement opportunities. 

 

Should you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to reach out to Christina at Christina.Starko@ei.ed.ac.uk 



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