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R104 ENTREPRENEURSHIP

R104 ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Overview

The aim of this module is to assist academic administrators and educators in effectively developing entrepreneurship initiatives among higher education students in Malaysia. It is hoped that through this module, educators, trainers, mentors, leaders, academics and leading researchers will be able to nurture the students to become 'entrepreneurial graduates' and 'graduate entrepreneurs' who can play their roles in bringing sustainable growth and change in society.

Key Benefits

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

· Discover the contextual knowledge of entrepreneurship;
· Cultivate interest in entrepreneurship through teaching and learning;
· Develop an entrepreneurship ecosystem in institutions of higher education;
· Nurture entrepreneurial mindset among students pursuing higher education;
· Encourage student engagement in entrepreneurial activities in institutions of higher education;
· Foster self-employment as a viable career choice among graduates;
• Identify the critical dimensions of an entrepreneurial ecosystem that is supportive to the long-term development of entrepreneurship for higher educational institutions; and
• Chart the roadmap for an entrepreneurial ecosystem in higher educational institutions.

Who should attend?

This programme is suitable for:

· Leaders.
· Leading Educators.
· Administrators.
· Trainers/Mentors.
· Academics.
· Researchers.

R105 RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH

R105 RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH

OVERVIEW

The evolution of scientific progress has highlighted the need for ensuring credible, sound and robust scientific practices, in which ethical and responsible conduct of research (RCR) has acquired considerable global attention. In lieu with this, the Young Scientists Network – Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) established the YSN-ASM RCR Programme in 2015 to promote a culture of research integrity amongst all researchers in Malaysia. The goal of this programme is to build a research ecosystem in Malaysia that emphasises on integrity and responsibility.

The Module of Responsible Conduct of Research will address 10 key topics concerning research and these topics are 1) research ethics and social responsibility, 2) research misconduct, 3) authorship and publication, 4) conflict of interest, 5) collaborative research, 6) mentor & mentee, 7) data management, 8) financial management, 9) peer review, and 10) dual-use research of concern.
This module will be conducted using the active learning pedagogy whereby case studies, team-based learning, peer-instruction, role-play, and etc. will be used to deliver the content of the module. This will ensure a comprehensive and holistic dialogue on research ethics coupled with robust interdisciplinary discourse on ethical reflexivity will be carried out.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the module, the participants will be able to:

1) describe the key principles of the 10 RCR topics
2) appreciate the values and impact of conducting research responsibly
3) identify the negative consequences of research misconduct and irresponsible conduct of research
4) identify the best practices, principles and guidelines on conducting research responsibly

TARGET GROUP:

This module is suitable for:

• Directors and Deputy Directors of Institutes of Higher Learning and Research Institutes
• Heads of academic departments and research institutes
• Researchers from Institutes of Higher Learning and Research Institutes
• Post-graduate students, science officers, research officers, and research assistants

 

 

R105 RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH

 

OVERVIEW

The evolution of scientific progress has highlighted the need for ensuring credible, sound and robust scientific practices, in which ethical and responsible conduct of research (RCR) has acquired considerable global attention. In lieu with this, the Young Scientists Network – Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) established the YSN-ASM RCR Programme in 2015 to promote a culture of research integrity amongst all researchers in Malaysia. The goal of this programme is to build a research ecosystem in Malaysia that emphasises on integrity and responsibility.

 

The Module of Responsible Conduct of Research will address 10 key topics concerning research and these topics are 1) research ethics and social responsibility, 2) research misconduct, 3) authorship and publication, 4) conflict of interest, 5) collaborative research, 6) mentor & mentee, 7) data management, 8) financial management, 9) peer review, and 10) dual-use research of concern.

This module will be conducted using the active learning pedagogy whereby case studies, team-based learning, peer-instruction, role-play, and etc. will be used to deliver the content of the module. This will ensure a comprehensive and holistic dialogue on research ethics coupled with robust interdisciplinary discourse on ethical reflexivity will be carried out.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the module, the participants will be able to:

1)      describe the key principles of the 10 RCR topics

2)      appreciate the values and impact of conducting research responsibly

3)      identify the negative consequences of research misconduct and irresponsible conduct of research

4)      identify the best practices, principles and guidelines on conducting research responsibly

 

TARGET GROUP:

This module is suitable for:

•      Directors and Deputy Directors of Institutes of Higher Learning and Research Institutes

•      Heads of academic departments and research institutes

·           Researchers from Institutes of Higher Learning and Research Institutes

·           Post-graduate students, science officers, research officers, and research assistants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R103 COMMERCIALISATION

R103 COMMERCIALISATION

Overview

This is a general module meant to expose lecturers and researchers to the importance of intellectual properties and other important matters relating to pre-commercialisation.

Key Benefits

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

· Recognise the importance of intellectual properties and pre-commercialisation processes;
· Know the channels of commercialisation, funding and marketing;
· Understand the concepts of Start-Up and Spin-Off; and
· Grasp the skills of writing business plans.

Who should attend?

This programme is suitable for:

· Lecturers.
· Research Officers.
· Researchers.

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Kiraan Pengunjung

Hari Ini0
Kelmarin9
Minggu Ini19
Bulan Ini24
Jumlah Keseluruhan507

20 August 2017

Hubungi Kami

  utlc[at]uum[dot]edu[dot]my
  04-928 4697 / 04-928 4698
  04-928 4702
  Pusat Pengajaran Pembelajaran Universiti (UTLC),
Universiti Utara Malaysia.
06010 UUM Sintok,
Kedah, malaysia