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A Case Study on Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education of the University in Taiwan

  • Hsiang-Yung Feng

    (National United University, Taiwan)

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    A creative economy is the latest developmental stage in global economic restructuring. Numerous countries and enterprises have emphasized competitive advantage by "creativity" and "innovation." Innovation competition in education has recently become a popular method to elevate student creativity. Education policy-makers have emphasized the urgent need to develop “human resources,” particularly to promote creativity, adaptability, and enhanced communication. Most scholars investigating creativity and education have focused on the relationship between teaching and creativity or individual student creativity. The creativity domain is a promotional, inhibition-supportive creative environment system. This study focuses on a creative campus environment and entrepreneurship education. We use case study and introduce the program “Application Program of Academic Innovation and Creativity” of National Pingtung Institute of Commerce (NPIC), a public business college in Taiwan. The results show a non-significant statistical increase in the application level of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) creative works in the previous 3 years. A stronger foundation for ongoing creativity research and consolidating the theoretical knowledge base is important for strengthening ICT application, local features, and educational practice of collegiate creative education.

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    This chapter was published in: Hsiang-Yung Feng , , pages 679-684, 2013.
    This item is provided by ToKnowPress in its series Active Citizenship by Knowledge Management & Innovation: Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2013 with number 679-684.
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