What is it about?
This paper discusses how to balance active student participation in entrepreneurial classrooms while protecting their disclosures and ideas that may have future commercial gain. We discuss the lack of student voice in University policies which tend to protect faculty and university interests above student interests.
Why is it important?
We give examples of how faculty can design entrepreneurial classroom experiences that encourage open idea sharing while creating norms that protect student disclosures.
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This page is a summary of: Protecting Student Intellectual Property in the Entrepreneurial Classroom, Organizational Behavior Teaching Review, January 2016, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1177/1052562915622665.
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