Assignments Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Spring 2024

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Overview and links to assignment details

The social innovation programme has four compulsory assignments and they are integrated into a learning process. All assignments require your active participation in the tutored online classes and/or on site in your community lab. In addition, critical engagement with social innovation and social entrepreneurship theories and methods is necessary. Below we give you an overview of the compulsory course deliverables. Please check the links for more details of the assignments.

Nr Assignment presented on Submission Working Mode Assessment
1 Community Map and Theory of Change Online team presentation and submission of PDF version presentation 09.04.2024, submission 28.05.2024 Team product Grade 20%
2.1 Community Innovation Field Research Online in the plenary on 30.04.2024 30.04.2024 Team Product Pass/not Pass
2.2 Community Innovation Field Research 28.05.2024 individual report and case study template Grade 30%
3 Pitching your Innovation Idea During workshop or during online excercises Team product Pass/not pass
4 Business Model Canvas Online in the plenary on 28.05.2024 28.05.2024 Team or individual product Grade 50%

Course Elements

Overview of the social innovation and social entrepreneurship programme 2024
The social innovation programme includes four integrated assignments

This online course aims at preparing and accompanying students who are involved in designing community-based innovation ideas. The synchronous lectures on Tuesdays will provide you with theory and methods associated with core topics such as community – what they are and how to work with them, innovation, transformation, systems thinking, design thinking, business modelling and impact evaluation, to name only the most relevant. In addition, the Tuesday sessions will provide room for digital exchange with local stakeholders and community members.

  • The international online course with synchronous online sessions on Tuesdays from 16 30 – 18 00 CET and additional tutored online sessions.
  • Our class meets weekly online from March 19 to June 13, 2024
  • A part of the group meets in Arnhem, NL, from April 14 - 21, 2024

The seminar audience will divide into two groups:

  1. Participants of the onsite workshop in Arnhem, they will be working on this specific community context
  2. Participants working online only. They will develop their own theme in groups that will be formed based on shared interests.