Best Practices Report
The Best Practices Report documents best practices and needs in; e-Competences, Pedagogy (PbL), Rapid Prototyping, and Web platform architecture. This WP will also assist in establishing a stakeholder’s network within individual project member countries (local/national level).
The IoT Rapid-Proto Labs project has strived to make much of the project outcomes available through open access in order to stimulate innovative educational models and SME/Start-up development. Different stakeholders who can benefit at the local, regional and national level will be specified. The final dissemination report of this project will a detailed analysis of all dissemination activities, the impact of those activities and lessons learned.
The curriculum report summarises the multidisciplinary PbL curriculum (learning objectives, activities, assessments, validity etc.), along with establishing teacher development objectives (student-centered design, course design, course delivery, and quality). The curriculum pedagogy will integrate findings on; business challenges, constraints, desired project outcomes and platform development.
One promising way to cope with changing requirements from the labor market in the domain of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), but also to keep the field up to date, to start innovations and to advance the STEM domain as such is the use of student labs.
Pilot 1 Report
Project pilots begin and run through multiples cycles. Continuous monitoring or processes and outcomes based on KPI metrics will be established. Fine tuning of processes will be based on individual cycle results. Three projects will be initiated which will involve one IoT Rapid-Proto project client in each Higher Education Institution project partner country. Available Soon
Pilot 2 Report
Six projects will be initiated which will involve two IoT Rapid-Proto project client in each Higher Education Institution project partner country. There will also be consideration of adding one project in a country where consortium do not have a Higher Education parter. Available Soon
Pilot 3 Report
Nine projects will be initiated which will involve three IoT Rapid-Proto project client in each Higher Education Institution project partner country. One or two of these projects will be carried out for a client in a country where consortium do not have a Higher Education parter.
Final Curriculum Report
The IoT Rapid-Proto Labs project consortium conceptualised a multidisciplinary cross-border open-innovation course curriculum design. That curriculum design revolves around providing individualised access (and affordability) to IoT R&D competences for SME’s and start-ups (often limited from larger EU development programmes). Access to competences represents a challenge because the availability (affordability) of talent who understand the multidisciplinary nature of IoT is very limited.