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Tuesday, November 26 • 16:50 - 17:20
Co-designing the future creative professional: open and digital educational tools

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The paper outlines a process of co-design of curricula for digital competences, to cover the skills gap of the Fashion Industry. We draw on DigiMooD, a European project which involve actors from the academic world, sector association, e-skills experts and a cultural and creative organization. The aim of the consortium is to develop and test the offer of a set of innovative and interdisciplinary educational modules in “Digital Entrepreneurship for the Creative Industries”, with a specific application to the Fashion Industry, its companies’ branding and narrative strategies and the digital service models.
In particular, the on-going research, brought together stakeholders coming from different context to co-create a cross-cutting curricula. Companies and start-ups from the Fashion sector have been involved in the process to ensure a connection with the needs of the Fashion industry. While the labor market change due to the digital, new job profile are needed by the industry to face the technological progress. Often these new professionals are required to be equipped with a mix of new competences, hence HEIs are requested to elaborate and deliver new curricula, both in terms of contents to be updated with the currents needs, and modes of learning to be versatile for students and professionals which would like to upskills their competences. Thus, DigiMooD consider digital transformation not only as a topic to be explored in the educational modules as well as a process which is transforming learning enabling new modes of didactic interaction between faculty and students, by developing the educational modules through MOOCs.
The paper will illustrate the process of the DigiMooD research highlighting how co-design activities supported the creation of the educational modules. In particular are presented the results of the activities developed with sectorial organization and the toolkits which enable the co-creation of open and digital cross-cutting curricula.

Speakers
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Andrea Taverna

Research Fellow, Politecnico di Milano
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Marzia Mortati

Politecnico di Milano
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Paola Bertola

Politecnico di Milano


Tuesday November 26, 2019 16:50 - 17:20
BL28 ground floor classroom - Presentations