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Promotion of Industry-Academia Collaboration

Promotion of Industry-Academia CollaborationThe 12th APEC Future Education Forum &The 14th International ALCoB Conference 3rd - 4th October, 2016Lima - Peru

Carlos FoscaPontificia Universidad Catlica del Per

We wont experience one hundred years of technological advance in the 21st century; we will witness on the order of 20,000 years of progress (again, when measured by the rate of progress in 2000)Ray Kurzweil, 2011

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The world is undergoing a continuous change never before experienced in the history of humanity, due to exponential advances in technology. All this has a significant impact on the future of the industry, of the labor and off course of the higher education.2

Advanced robotics http://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/20/asia/singapore-aging-robot-coaches-seniors/

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learninghttp://pages.erau.edu/~andrewsa/KrolikosProject2HUsite.html

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Autonomous Transport

http://www.smartresilient.com/

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Advanced Materials

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Internet of ThingsA mobile-connected toothbrush on show in Barcelona (2014)http://www.independent.co.uk/student/career-planning/careers-in-tech-the-internet-of-things-9865893.html

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3D Printing

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Genomichttp://mcgovern.mit.edu/news/

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They are technologies, which will disrupt the business models and the employment landscape in the future. According with a recent report of The World Economic Forum, 65% of the future labor force will work in completely new job types that dont yet exist. 9

We stand on the brink of a technological revolution

10According to a recent report of The World Economic Forum, 65% of the future labor force will work in completely new job types that dont yet exist.

Consequently, when we talk about Collaboration between Academia and Industry, we first need to think about how these exponential technologies will affect the future of job? And how it will impact the future of higher education ?.10

http://www.mr-automation.at/en-eu/competence/Industry_4_0.php

In the future, talent, more than capital, will be the critical factor of production.

http://read.pwc.nl/i/665299-industry-4-0-building-the-digital-enterpriseWhat skills will be necessary for the future profesionnals ?

How these exponential technologies will affect the future of job?

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And how it will impact the future of higher education ?

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https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/01/the-10-skills-you-need-to-thrive-in-the-fourth-industrial-revolution/What skills will be necessary for the future profesionnals ?

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According with the report: The Future of Jobs of the World Economic Forum published in January of this year, Complex problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity will become the top three skills, workers will need in the near future. But look at the creativity skill. In only five years the Industry thinks with the avalanche of new products, new technologies and new ways of working, workers are going to have to become more creative in order to benefit from these changes.15

UniversityIndustry

Industry-Academia Collaboration

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Universities are spaces in which the academic world produces, transmits and transfers knowledge to society. Education and Research are the most important activities in the University, but its social commitment is not exhausted in them. In some institutions there is a special concern to be directly involved in providing solutions to global and local problems of the society. We define this approach as social responsibility of the University.

For its part, the industry requires constant innovation and human talent to be competitive, and social commitment is today an attribute much appreciated by its stakeholders.16

UniversityIndustryIndustry-Academia Collaboration

17collaboration between academia and industry can be developed in multiple ways.

Taking into account all these elements, it can be seen that the collaboration between academia and industry can be developed in multiple ways. 17

Industry-Academia Collaboration1. EDUCATION

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The first form of collaboration is in working together to enhance the education. 18

UniversityIndustryIndustry-Academia Collaboration

Learning outcomes (Skills)

Pedagogical model

19Industry and academia can collaborate in the area of education by identifying global and specific skills that require graduates to be competitive professionals and good global citizens.

They also can work together to develop the better ways (pedagogical strategies) to achieve this skills.

Industry and academia can collaborate in the area of education by identifying global and specific skills that require graduates to be competitive professionals and good global citizens. They also can work together to develop the better ways (pedagogical strategies) to achieve this skills.19

UniversityIndustryIndustry-Academia Collaboration

Learning outcomes (Skills)

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.. creating innovative skills in STEM focused to 21st Century is key for inclusive and sustainable growth.APEC, Developing Human Capital, December 2015

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The industry of the future is closely linked to the cutting edge technology. That is why professionals in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) will be highly valued.21

We need to look more towards to HUMAN-ONLY jobs (and educate our kids accordingly), i.e. those jobs that are based on creativity, imagination, compassion, emotion, etc. So, not just STEM but also HECI (humanity, ethics, creativity, imagination) Gerd Leonhard,2016

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But to get skills as critical thinking, creativity, ethics, people management will be require the support of the humanities in the curriculum of students.22

Currently higher education is producing I-shaped graduates, or students with deep disciplinary knowledge.

T-shaped professionals are characterized by their deep disciplinary knowledge in at least one area, an understanding of systems, and their ability to function as adaptive innovators and cross the boundaries between disciplines.We need to form T-shape Professionals

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This is the reason why we need to develop T-shape graduates

Currently higher education is producing I-shaped graduates, or students with deep disciplinary knowledge.

T-shaped professionals are characterized not only by their deep disciplinary knowledge but also by their ability to function as adaptive innovators and cross the boundaries between disciplines.

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UniversityIndustryIndustry-Academia CollaborationDual educationContextualized PBLHackhathons,MakeathonsE-learning (MOOCs, adaptive learning, data analytics, flipped learning, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, etc.)Competency-based Education

Learning outcomes (Skills)Pedagogical model

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An industry-Academia partnership can transform the way to create learning experiences at the University.

The competency-based education, dual education, contextualized PBL (Project and Problem-based learning), hachathons, makeathons and the different e-learning approaches can be reloaded with the commitment and involvement of the Industry.24

http://www.collegetimes.com/

Creativity??We need to change the education model

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We need to change the education model, from instructor-centered teaching to a learner-centered experience. 25

We need to change the traditional classrooms

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transforming every space at the University into a learning space

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transforming every space at the University into a learning space

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transforming every space at the University into a learning space

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We need to engage students in active and collaborative learning

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..In Problem-based learning

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.using Design Thinking

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working in Interdisciplinary teams to solve complex problems

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challenging them with Global issues problem solving

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challenging them with Global issues problem solving

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For example, the last May we took part in an international competition (like a Marathon), called 24 hours of innovation Our Students competed with teams from USA, Canada, China and different countries of Europe and Latin America to find creative solutions to challenges put forward by businesses.35

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One of our undergraduate student team won the third place worldwide.36

engaging students in solidarity-based learning

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engaging students in solidarity-based learning. One of our most rich learning experiences has been occurred when we combined team work, design thinking, lot of adrenalin and caffeine with challenges oriented to improve the quality of life of disadvantaged people.

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the cancer is cured with medicine 50% and 50% with love

Students thinking creatively (60 hours!!) to help Casa Magia, a Hostel for children with cancer

Sponsored bysolidarity-based learning

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The last week, we have carried out a Marathon of Design with the participation of more than 50 Students of different disciplines oriented to bring new ideas for improving the well-being of children with cancer. The industry was present supporting this activity and promoting assistance to this humanitarian cause. 38

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To summarize, industry and academia can collaborate in the development of new learning expierences, which should be