Open web sources for teaching innovation & entrepreneurship
TALCIE stands for Teaching and Learning for Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The TALCIE community of practice is a group of people - students, alumni, teachers and practitioners - that elicits the participation of its members and community to make it easier for us to enable the best possible learning experience for people who want to become more creative, innovative and entrepreneurial. TALCIE offers free educational resources under Creative Commons license on various creative and innovative entrepreneurial activities and competitions. Venture Design Studio under the The Entrepreneurial Experience Course by Dr.Alex Bruton provides the method to conduct a Venture pitching and assessing session. The Mount Royal Innovation Tournament contains interesting videos of students’ competition entries on creating and measuring as much value as possible from ordinary objects like a business card, string, paper bag, plastic bottle etc.,
2. The Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP)
The Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) is the entrepreneurship education and research center located within the School of Engineering at Stanford University.The Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) Entrepreneurship Corner is a free online archive of entrepreneurship resources for teaching and learning. STVP offers a wide range of teaching resources in the form of links to books, journals, videos etc.,
STVP's Entrepreneurship Corner is an internationally recognized resource for educators who teach students about technology and high-growth entrepreneurship. It is an online archive of content from the Stanford Technology Ventures Program and leading entrepreneurship faculty at universities world-wide. This constantly-expanding resource includes an extensive searcheable database of video clips and podcasts of entrepreneurial thought leaders; reading lists; case studies on entrepreneurship; and links to conferences, foundations, and groups that support entrepreneurship education.
3. MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources
MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources (MSTIR) is a collection of teaching materials, including case studies, simulations, deep dives, and industry, business and country overviews that MIT Sloan provides as a free teaching resource open and available to the world. The various materials posted on this site have been developed by MIT Sloan faculty and students. The areas currently include the global financial crisis, sustainability, industry evolution, and global entrepreneurship.
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all Massachusetts Institute of Technology course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. It is a free publication of MIT course materials that reflects almost all the undergraduate and graduate subjects taught at MIT. Excellent teaching resources are available on Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Developmental Entrepreneurship. A search function with key words is an efficient way to find the resources in this website.