Online Course Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change

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This page provides an overview on learning and teaching resources used in the online course Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change.

For a structural overview of our online course have a look inside our Course Manual.

Besides the main learning resources presented on this page we also provided a collection of further resources to deepen the understanding of social entrepreneurship. You'll find those resources on our Resource and Literature Page. Furthermore, our Glossary provides an overview on the main terms of social entrepreneurship used in our course. Last but not least, the Case Study Page does not only list all the case studies that we produced for the course but also those that previous students have self-selected and presented.

Archives and reports of all international teaching events conducted within this project can be found under the following links:

The next online course will start in March 2019. If you are interested in participating please contact us via info(at)localchange.eu


Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change - A blended learning model
schematic overview of plenary session, thematic sequence and student activities
flow chart of students' learning activities related to the three SELC seminar assignments

Phase A: Identifying Challenges and Setting Goals

During this phase the students critically reflect their local context and identify challenges (problems, shortcomings and change potential). They select one challenge and analyse the cause-effect relationships of this challenge from multiple perspectives. They actively include input from students of other disciplines to get a more profound understanding of the situation.

A.1 Landscape as the Arena of Challenges

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A.2 Defining the Social Enterprise 1

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A.3 Defining the Social Enterprise 2

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  • Lecture Video by Dr Roger Evans, EMU, Estonia: Defining the Social Enterprise II
  • Social Enterprise Video by Kwabena Danso, Chief Executive Officer, Booomers International Ltd: Boomers
  • Session-Interview moderated by Daan van der Linde, VHL Larenstein with social entrepreneur Dick van Leeuwen, social entrepreneur from the Netherlands: De Zorgimkerij

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A.4 Group Presentations: Local Challenges

For a description of Assignment 1 go to our Assignment 1 Page

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Phase B: Designing Ideas

Students develop an initial idea of how the challenge could be addressed by entrepreneurial means. They design a possibly viable business model and analyse its feasibility in relation to the local context.

Kick-off Phase B with our Video Case Studies:

B.1 Design Thinking and Social Entrepreneurship Business Models I

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B.2 Social Entrepreneurship Business Models II

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B.3 Group Presentations: Case Study Field Reserach

For a description of Assignment 2 go to our Assignment 2 Page

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Phase C: Designing the Business Model

Students draw up a business plan which includes financing and marketing models.

C.1 The Business Plan

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C.2 Financing models

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C.3 Financing models Tutoring Session

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C.4 Marketing strategies

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Phase D: Revision and Evaluation

Students draw up an evaluation scheme in order to assess the social/environmental impact of the business idea.

D.1 Revision and Evaluation

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D.2 Tutoring session

Tutors reflect with their assigned team on the team's business idea respective their business idea presentation. Based on the current state of the team the tutor makes use of existing resources.

D.3 Final Presentation

For a description of Assignment 3 go to our Assignment 3 Page

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ERASMUS+ Programme and the German National Agency

The Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change Project has been (partially) funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no.2015-1-DE01-KA203-002161 Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources.
The EU grant of 316.435 Euro from the ERASMUS+ programme has been issued by the National Agency for University Cooperation of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).