As Shared in:
=> Lectures Readings
=> Selected Online Articles
=> Selected Video Supports
Innovation Learning Processing is the process through which a learning system can response to a learner’s query for foundational-based information on a specific topic. Innovation Learning Processing was one of the first and remains one of the most important challenges in the domain of human learning processing. Educational search is the application of innovation learning processing techniques to the largest corpus of idea anywhere – offline and online – and it is the context where many learners interact with innovation learning processing systems most frequently.
Course Learning Outcomes:
In this last two course, we will cover basic and advanced techniques for better awareness to learning-based innovation learning processing information systems, including the following topics:
- Efficient text indexing
- Economic Growth Theory and the Innovation System models
- The Innovation Life Science System
- Innovation Retrieval techniques for the online, including offline sharing
- Document clustering and classification
- Traditional and learner learning-based approaches
Research Paper – 40%
Discussion – 30%
Assignment – 30%
There will be no exam, but one-page summaries of readings/video are required to ensure you are keeping up with the course concepts and context to your “Research Paper.” Aside from the required research project and paper, this course is in significant part a discussion where active, creative, informed, thoughtful, and constructive class participation is a part of the assessment criteria for the course. Learners are expected to read all readings and to be fully prepared to engage in a critical review of the readings and video in sharing; the required short issue summaries for class readings will greatly assist in that class discussion.
Class Discussion Time:
The course will be run as a single reading with an emphasis on class discussion.
Significant time for learner participation and discussions will be built into each week. Learner will be expected to read the articles or reading or video listed at “Topics & Readings.” All learners for each chapter will email me and response to one another at least a day in advance to the educator and learner discussion forum, a one-page summary in “bullet-point” outline form of all the readings for that chapters. This summary should list three or four key points about each reading and below that list two or three or more key questions about each reading and video. In addition, particular learner, using the learners’ one-page summaries, will get asked to lead class Q&A discussion on the readings for each chapters – so each week will have one or three learners questioning discussion.
The content of this course have mixed unit:
- Autor, David. 2014.” Skills, Education, and the Rise of Earnings Inequality Among the Other 99 Percent.” Science 244, pg. 843-851. Retrieved from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262581319_Skills_education_and_the_rise_of_earnings_inequality_among_the_other_99_percent/link/5701bde708aee995dde8dd21/download?_tp=eyJjb250ZXh0Ijp7ImZpcnN0UGFnZSI6Il9kaXJlY3QiLCJwYWdlIjoicHVibGljYXRpb24ifX0
- Autor, David. 2015. “Why Are There Still So Many Jobs? The History and Future of Workplace Automation.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 29 pg. 3-30. Retrieved from: https://pubs.aeaweb.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1257/jep.29.3.3
- Blanpied, William.1988.” Inventing US Science Policy.” Physics Today 51 no. 02 pg. 34-40. Retrieved from: https://www.nsf.gov/about/history/nsf50/science_policy.jsp
- Bonvillian, William. 2016. “The US Ignores the Manufacturing Sector at the Expense of its Innovation System and Working-Class Communities.” Issues in Science and Technology 32, no. 04. Retrieved from: https://alberttls.us/the-us-ignores-the-manufacturing-sector-at-the-expense-of-its-innovation-system-and-working-class-communities/
- Branscomb, Lewis and Philip Auerswald. 2002. “Between Invention and Innovation – An Analysis of Funding for Early-Stage Technology Development.” National Institute of Standards and Technology. Retrieved from: https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/gcr02-841.pdf
- Bush, Vannevar. July, 1945. “Scientific Progress is Essential.” United States Government Printing Office chap. 01. Retrieved from: https://alberttls.us/scientific-progress-is-essential/
- Goodrich, Brandon. July 8, 2014. “Computer Networks The Heralds of Resource Sharing”. YouTube (30:22). Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjZ7ktIlSM0
- Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. 2003. “Enhancing the Vitality of the National Institutes of Health.” The National Academic Press, pg. 1-101. Retrieved from: https://nap.nationalacademies.org/read/10779/chapter/1
- Milbergs, Egils. 2004. “National Innovation Initiative: Valuing Long-Term Innovation Strategies.” National Innovation Initiative. Retrieved from: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55e10e30e4b09472b9d0e7da/t/56612e78e4b0af254261d874/1449209464293/Valuing_Long_Term_Innovation_Strategies_1.33.pdf
- Moses, Joel. 2004. “Three Design Methodologies, Their Associated Organizational Structures, and Their Relationship to Various Fields.” PennState College of Information Science and Technology. Retrieved from: https://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.131.9275
- Nahm, Jonas and Steinfeld, Edward. 2014. “Scale-Up Nation: China’s Specialization in Innovative Manufacturing.” Harvard Business School and Brown University pg. 228-300. Retrieved from: https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Shared%20Documents/conferences/2013-bgie/SteinfeldNahm.pdf (Under review at World Development)
- Romer, Paul. 2000. “Should the Government Subsidize Supply or Demand in the Market for Scientists and Engineers?” National Bureau of Economic Research. Retrieved from: https://www.nber.org/system/files/working_papers/w7723/w7723.pdf
- Samuelson, Paul. 2004. “Where Ricardo and Mill Rebut and Confirm Arguments of Mainstream Economists Supporting Globalization.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 18, pg. 135-137, 144-145. Retrieved from: https://www3.nd.edu/~druccio/Samuelson.pdf
- Solow, Robert M. 2014. “Robert M. Solow Prize Lecture: Growth Theory and After.” Nobelprize.org. Nobel Media AB. Retrieved from: https://alberttls.us/growth-theory-and-after/
- Washington Office, MIT. 2016. “Convergence The Future of Health.” Retrieved from: https://www.convergencerevolution.net/2016-report/
- World Economic Forum. 2016. “The Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016”. Retrieved from: https://www3.weforum.org/docs/gcr/2015-2016/Global_Competitiveness_Report_2015-2016.pdf
One-Page Reading and Watching Summaries
What is your understanding of Innovation Learning to be Innovate as Innovator instead Innovated? In your own words, define Innovation Learning. Find the positives and negatives of this approach in progress of human learning journeys. Finally, examine your final thoughts and mind on Innovation Learning and whether or not it is currently in practice within your life to live and or milleu. IF you are not in the process of Innovation Learning, have you reach the Innovative Learning, then discuss how it may be implemented in your future practice of learning and being innovator.
In this section, learner is expected to participate often and engage in deep levels of discourse. Please sent your initial post to my email, and I will guide you to post your initial response as early in the unit as possible and continue to participate throughout the weeks. You are required to post an initial response to the question/issue presented in the forum, and then response to your classmates’ initial posts. You should also respond to anyone who has responded to you.
As you reply to your peers, share your thoughts about the experiential activity described in the readings summaries you have. How do you feel about the activity that was challenged – was it clearly described in such a way as to reflect innovational learning? Are there changes you would recommend you might foresee with its execution in a real life?
The paper must be approximately 12 times new roman single-spaced pages, combine considerations of business, science, and technology with social sciences approaches, particularly focused on innovation – learning, policy, and inventions – with consist of an inquiry based on original research. In the paper, learner should make extensive use of the innovation systems framework we learned and applied in life. The paper should include an international dimension or be applicable to an international or global problem. The paper should go beyond a summary or synthesis of the literature by arguing for an original theme, thesis, and argument based on well-thought-out argumentative points based on evidence. Analysis of some primary sources is an important aspect of the paper. Like original interviews but also potential surveys, archival records, or other primary source information.
Please consider your specialist in your writing from below objectives to be expanding:
For those study Business/Economy/Finances:
- You will examine the use of innovation partnerships in aiding an academic and industrial discovery with a problem. Further, you will argue either for or against using the readings and discussions to address a problem/solutions.
- Think about what you learned in this course, create a description of the proposed idea opportunity, the goals, and mission of the opportunity, the financial impact of the opportunity, the financial consideration, and a discussion of the funding mechanisms.
For those study Computer Science:
- A highly innovative company like Google, Microsoft, with particular sector of innovative technology like advance robotics for production. You may want to explore the steps by which that technology might emerge at scale in the world – such as examination would include the R&D support, the technology project you select should be emerging, and in the innovation phase, not an established.
For those study Electrical Engineering:
- State in your own words what the electrical engineering experiment was supposed to accomplish in this 21st Describe clearly labeled diagram of your supposed to accomplish project that demonstrate your understanding on what happened in this hexagon. Provide a sample calculation for each particular information that show qualitative statement. Then describe limitations of methods or procedure which affected the precision of project results. Finally, in your drawings, diagrams, and calculations, explain the further development needed with why it won’t work and why it will work?
For those study Pharmacy:
- Define pharmacy, it’s development, and future role as a pharmacist.
- Explain the various scientific methods used in the early pharmacy, current pharmacy, and future research of pharmacy.
To get pass from this final course, you should write beyond this objectives if you could. However, if you follow through this objective without going beyond, then you may successfully reach the middle level, and congratulation to that point. Yet, if you did not successfully reach the middle level, then please do not mind to do reflection and ask your fellow friends. Finally if somehow you reach above the middle level, then I will let you know that you are ready to have something beyond.
Below are recommendations for a logical organizational paper work for your research paper on one of many topics you will writing. Educator strongly suggest as background for framing your discussions you read over chapters 02, 04, 05, 11, 12, and 14 in the courses text, Technological Innovation in Legacy Sectors. Chapter 06 through 08, and 10 may also can be consider as they are provide ideas on possible technology sectors to write about.
- Introduction. Clearly and specifically set out the paper topic and basic issues you will cover. Introduce and summarize point by point your key findings up front in the introduction. Writer need a clear thesis for your paper stated right at the close of your introduction.
- Technology Overview. Provide an overview of writer technology or writer entity’s technology strand that writer are focusing on, or nation’s technology program. Discuss where this technology stand now in both R&D stage and technology implementation? Where does it need to go, what are the critical technology challenges for your technology strand to advance?
- Innovation Organization. Review how the innovation system is organized for your technology or your entity’s or nation’s technology strand. Who are the major innovation actors? The innovation system, of course, includes the firms, not only the government support role. Explore the firms in this technology sector and the leading firms that make it up, who are the technology leaders and what progress are they making to commercialize at scale, with what barriers? Also, where relevant and it at all possible – create comparison from technology efforts with what success. What is the picture for international competition, what other nations/firms are making advances in this technology area that will affect your agency/firm?
- Matching Launch Paths to Policy Packages. Writer will need to set out the cost structure for your technology or your entity technology against other competing technologies, and explore how far your technology is coming down the cost curve and how fast. Also, you need to examine the cost of the technology not only at the production stage but the installed cost, and see if there are ways to drive down the latter and through what mechanisms. The pattern of existing governmental interventions, like tax incentives for renewables. In addition, put the economics discussion into the review of the existing innovation system and its strengths and weaknesses, with he economics as a key to the tech evolution. To be noted, if you are writing about an agency, or a tech focus, in a nation consider whether the agency or focus is more directed to breakthrough technologies than support for incremental advance at existing firms; ask what other support elements may need to come to bear. For example if it is an energy agency, what part of DOE is at work here, would EERE or an applied DOE agency likely be needed for your support in your technology area?
- Identifying Institutional Gaps. Summarize in this section the innovation system institutional and policy gaps, and this includes discussion of the gaps on both the front-end and back-end of the emerging innovation system you are reviewing. A summary of various agency programmatic elements and funding that could help your technology or commercial entity would be useful here. If you selected an agency, spell out its menu of technology support.
- Proposed Policies. Summarize the federal, national, and other policies that may be needed here for public or private entities or sectors or nations. The nations are in a difficult budget climate, make your policies politically realistic, not extravagant or unrealistically ambitious.
- Conclusion. A strong and detailed conclusion is needed that recapitulates each of your key points and answers your thesis questions.
- Bibliography. You should insert both footnotes in the text and a bibliography listing reference source at the close.