Thursday, October 06, 2011

Australian Universities Teach Innovation

At Digital Culture Public Sphere, Craig Wilson, from Sticky Ads, asserted that Australian universities are not teaching the skills needed for the digital age, including innovation. But I suggest some are. I am mentoring a group of students in the joint ANU/University of Canberra "Innovation ACT" program. The students learn about how to take an idea through to a business. Also students now learn how to communicate on-line (I mark their forum postings as part of courses, such as "ICT Sustainability").

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