Experiencing Innovation Practice Applied to Computer Science Courses via Innovation Framework

Diones Hohemberger, Andréia dos Santos Sachete, Fábio Diniz Rossi
2021 Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal  
Technology transitions are speedy, and universities often hope to associate with industry requirements. Based on the advent of Industry 4.0, curriculum changes must be continuous. Contemporary scholars must be professionals who can discover new answers, make decisions based on data, and interact with different fields. Incorporating entrepreneurial practice into innovations in computer courses can academically promote scholars' viewpoints that are vital to the world today, such as collaboration,
more » ... problem-solving, holistic views, networks, protagonists, and creativity. This work recommends the use of an innovation framework to improve this capability. Steinbeis-SIBE University introduces a new approach, and the framework increases the stages of design thinking in more meaningful quantities to guide clearly defined actions. The result of the approach point is that most of the work that has been developed can become an innovation that supports local and regional development.
doi:10.20533/licej.2040.2589.2021.0472 fatcat:iz54nmyldjewjp6ajs57xyo6nu