14 février 2017

Politiques universitaires en matière de propriété intellectuelle : perception et application

Increasingly accountability in education has linked student test scores to teacher and school evaluations. The underlying assumption behind this educator based accountability is that the high stakes linked to student test scores will prompt behavioral change, thus improving student learning. Voir l'article...

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17 décembre 2016

Intellectual Property Problems

HomeBy Rick Seltzer. New book highlights intellectual property practices that the author says are dangerous for the public's interest in higher ed. Read more...

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11 octobre 2016

Propriété intellectuelle : un concept dépassé ?

http://blog.educpros.fr/gilbert-azoulay/wp-content/themes/longbeach_gilbert/images/img01.jpgBlog Educpros de Gilbert Azoulay. Voici la dépêche publiée par l’agence News Tank Education intitulée « Le droit de la propriété intellectuelle confronté à la transformation numérique de l’économie ». Suite...

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01 septembre 2013

Universities ‘should give more IP to business’

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/magazine/graphics/logo.pngBy . Universities should give more intellectual property over to small- and medium-sized British businesses. That is the view of Andy Hopper, the outgoing president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, who steps down from the role next month. 
He said that taxpayers were funding the creation of intellectual property in universities, “so it seems reasonable that more of this is made available to UK SMEs that are best positioned to add value and commercialise it”. 
He suggested that in return, universities take a 1 or 2 per cent shareholding in the company, which would be “more of a goodwill gesture than a conventional transaction”. More...

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