Professional DevelopmentIn workplaces, professional development refers to the acquisition of skills and knowledge both for personal development and for career advancement. Professional development encompasses all types of facilitated learning opportunities, ranging from college degrees to formal coursework, conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice. It has been described as intensive and collaborative, ideally incorporating an evaluative stage. There are a variety of approaches to professional development, including consultation, coaching, communities of practice, lesson study, mentoring, reflective supervision and technical assistance.
Digipreneurship’s professional facilitators have a wealth of experience in the fields of entrepreneurship & business. Our mission is to heavily contribute to the advancement of these fields, as well to help each participant identify with S.E.L.F. and enhance the knowledge of his/her Personal, Professional, and Business growth.
Over the years we have published conceptual and empirical articles of interest to scholars, consultants, and public policy makers in following topics:
- Information Entrepreneurship: Theory, Methods,Processes, Strategies and Practices
- Information as a Business and a Profession
- Information Management: Data, Records & Archives Creation, Use, Management, and Preservation
- Information Technology for E-commerce, E-business, etc.
- Information Technology & Entrepreneurship: Teenpreneurship, Digipreneurship, Technopreneurship, etc
Currently we are focusing on the changing contours of digipreneurship, management & business. Click here to preview research papers of high quality, documenting fresh grounds being explored, new methodologies being employed, conceptual discoveries being made, or innovative experiments being attempted with a view to expanding the frontiers of our knowledge and insight.
* Research supported by the international, peer-reviewed Infopreneurship Journal (IJ)
Strengthen and improve your school!
Measure your school’s implementation of proven educational technology practices and get specific recommendations for improvement.
The Digipreneurship University Improvement Assessment gives you:
- The data you want
- The roadmap you need
- A partner to help along the way
The assessment is focused on three important areas of Digital Literacy:
- Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
- Leadership and Organization
- Culture and Community
Ways to use your School Improvement Assessment report:
- Advocate for your school’s needs and celebrate your school’s triumphs in your community and/or school
- Assist your staff in implementing school-wide and individual professional learning plans
- Communicate to your school board the need for additional resources that the Digipreneurship University can provide, such as
- School visits and observations by a highly experienced educational technology expert
- Assistance using on/offline assessment results to develop a school improvement plan
- Site-based workshops created to meet the needs of your school
- Professional learning materials