Last week, the TACIT project partners successfully set the agenda for the project until its official end in December 2018. At the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in Kolding, the project partners not only managed to plan the second piloting phase, but also designed three Summer Schools that will all take place next year. They further secured the results obtained to the date as well as their long-term dissemination beyond the end of the project.
In the EU-funded research project TACIT (Teaching and Coaching Innovation & Entrepreneurship InnovaTively), CLIC is currently developing new teaching methods for innovation and entrepreneurship together with eleven international partners from science and industry.
Apart from planning and discussions, the participants also visited the administration of the municipality of Kolding and gained interesting insights in how Denmark is currently pioneering a civic participation that is supported by means of digitization. Another highlight was the visit of SDU’s Design Maker Space – a unique combination of an innovation hub and an incubator that allows entrepreneurs to directly implement their ideas with competent support and even provides them with the technical resources that are necessary for the building of prototypes.
After three interesting and fruitful days in Kolding, the TACIT consortium can now look forward to many exciting highlights in the next 15 months and beyond, about which we will keep you posted. Stay tuned!