To analyze how innovation is approached by firms in different institutional climates around the world.
IBUS 729, Comparative Innovation Systems, This course will enable participants to better understand the definition and value of innovation – a buzz word in much of the business world today; with a focus on analyzing future job markets to discern relative merits and risks while developing oral and written communication skills.
Please include a statement a regarding accessibility of course material in the Provisions for Course Content Interactions section of the proposal. Here are examples you can modify and use:
Accessibility Statement Example 1 (add to Provisions for Course Content Interactions section of the proposal)
The professor will meet with an instructional designer at the Center for Teaching Excellence (or department/college ID staff) to ensure that the course materials posted on Blackboard incorporate basic accessibility features. The course syllabus includes an accessibility statement that encourages students with disabilities to register with the Office of Student Disability services; should a student with a registered disability enroll in the course, the professor will work with the Office to make any additional accommodations appropriate to that student’s needs.
Accessibility Statement Example 2 (add to Provisions for Course Content Interactions section of proposal)All documents including syllabus and description of assignments will be provided in both accessible Word and PDF formats. For instance, documents will have proper headings, alternative text, and properly labeled links where necessary. Likewise, PowerPoint slides will be made accessible by providing alternative text where necessary, ordering textboxes and other recommended ways of making PPTs accessible. Recorded lectures (if a part of the course) will be accompanied with transcripts in accessible Word and PDF formats.
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Recommend removing the statement below the grading scale, or at least the first sentence: Generally speaking, the average score for the class will be a B, around 3.4 out of 4. An “A” represents truly outstanding work throughout the entire semester.
A typical semester is 14 weeks rather than 16 weeks (see ACAF 2.03).