Most recently, the results of the International Competition of open online courses EdCrunch Award OOC 2021. MOOC "Innovation and Entrepreneurship" were summed up for the eighth time: Triple Helix" took the first place in the category "Innovation and Entrepreneurship".
This course was developed by Tatiana Pospelova, Head of the Department of the International Triple Helix Association in Russia, together with Elena Vaganova, consultant of the Department of Support and Coordination of Work on International Scientific Projects of the Department of State Scientific and Scientific-Technical Policy in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
T. Pospelova in the process of recording MOOCs
MOOC is aimed at studying the mechanisms of interaction and the basics of the "Triple Helix" concept. It consists of 7 modules: 5 main and 2 additional. The main modules help to understand the essence of the Triple Helix concept and study the mechanisms for the interaction of science, business and the state. Two additional modules are aimed at working on a research project in which students step by step analyze the innovative potential of their working environment - university, company, city or region.
– The highlight of our course is a research project (when, as the course progresses, the student analyzes the innovative potential of his university, the company where he works or the region). As a result, each student has ready-made materials for the chapter of the diploma or for a scientific publication.
Tatiana Pospelova is the creator of the MOOC "Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The Triple Helix"
A pleasant bonus for the students of the MOOC "Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Triple Helix" is the fact that according to the results of the course, students who have completed the final task receive a basic free three-month membership in the Russian branch of the Triple Helix Association.
You can start training at any time https://www.coursera.org/learn/triple-helix