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THE SUCCESS MODEL OF COMMERCIALIZATION FROM VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

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On 23rd November 2017, a Commercialization Talk was held at the Auditorium College of Arts and Sciences (CAS). A talk entitled ?Innovation and Commercialization: Experiences from the Vienna University of Technology? was organized by the Innovation and Commercialisation Centre (ICC) in collaboration with the School of Technology Management and Logistics (STML) and the Asian Halal Lab (AHAL). This talk was presented by Director of Innovation Incubation Centre (I2C) Vienna University of Technology, Mag. Dr. Birgit Hofreiter.

Prior to that, a welcoming speech was delivered by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Razamin Ramli, Director of ICC. The programme has attracted more than 50 participants from various schools, University Centre of Excellence (UCoE) and School Centre of Excellence (SCoE). The I2C has successfully generated a million dollars in commercialization through inspiration, education and incubation as highlighted in her talk.  By engaging with various researchers, mentors, partners and industries, the I2C had established 9 spin-off companies, achieved 11 prestigious awards and gained $1.3 million Euros within 11 months in the current year. Hoping that, this success model can be followed and implemented in UUM by elevating the idea creation into commercialization phase.

In conjunction with this programme, Dr. Birgit Hofreiter also took the opportunity to visit the Welcome Centre to gain more information about UUM and she was impressed with the campus and facilities in UUM. Finally, she ended her visit to ICC office with a fruitful discussion on the way forward for ICC. Many advices and suggestions on commercialization strategy have been shared and proposed during this discussion.

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PEMBELAJARAN PENDIDIKAN ISLAM MENERUSI PERMAINAN TINGKAT KREATIVITI PELAJAR

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UUM ONLINE:Bagi meningkatkan kreativiti pelajar dalam kelas, Dr Mardzelah Makhsin dari Pusat Pengajian Pendidikan dan Bahasa Moden (SEML) telah menghasilkan 11 produk inovasi pembelajaran menerusi permainan, khusus untuk subjek Pendidikan Islam.

Menurutnya, produk tersebut telah dibangunkan dengan kerjasama pelajar dari Sekolah Rendah Islam 1, Kangar, Perlis; pensyarah Kolej Matrikulasi Johor dan guru Pendidikan Islam di Kelantan dan juga Kedah.

Daripada 11 produk itu, tiga daripadanya iaitu Smart UPKK A+, DamNeeds dan Monopoli Solat berjaya merangkul pingat emas, manakala tiga lagi menerima pingat perak dan lima pingat gangsa pada Sintok Games and Gamification Challenge 2017 (SIGGC) anjuran Pusat Inovasi dan Komersial UUM, baru-baru ini.

Dr Mardzelah berkata, projek Smart UPKK A+ yang dihasilkan bersama pelajar Sekolah Rendah Islam 1 itu bukan sahaja berjaya merangkul pingat emas, malah Anugerah Khas juga walaupun kos membangunkan produk itu hanya RM300 dan dihasilkan pada September lalu.

"Produk ini dapat membantu pengajaran dan pembelajaran Kelas Agama dan Fardhu Ain (KAFA), seterusnya meningkatkan kecemerlangan dalam Ujian Penilaian Kelas KAFA (UPKK).

"Sijil UPKK ini penting kerana ia memberi nilai tambah kepada pelajar dalam pemilihan kemasukan ke sekolah aliran agama khususnya sekolah integrasi Tahfiz dan Sains seperti MRSM Ulul Albab, Sekolah Menengah IMTIAZ dan Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama," katanya.

Tambah beliau lagi, hasil inovasi produk Smart UPKK A+ itu akan dikomersilkan bagi membantu pelajar menguasai ilmu agama dan fardhu ain dengan lebih mudah dan menyeronokkan secara berkumpulan supaya sesi pembelajaran lebih efektif.

Katanya, penghasilkan produk inovasi tersebut selaras dengan saranan Perdana Menteri dalam Pembentangan Bajet 2018 lalu yang menekankan aspek kreativiti dan inovasi dalam pembelajaran abad ke-21.

Ujar Dr Mardzelah, kreativiti dan inovasi tidak boleh diajar tetapi ia boleh diterap secara tidak langsung melalui aktiviti pengajaran dan pembelajaran khususnya bagi subjek Pendidikan Islam dengan menggunakan pendekatan pengajaran yang berpusatkan kepada pelajar.

sumber: UKK

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