D3.2 - Report on monitored IPR in OI for HE and for the OI Platform

D.3.2 - Report on monitored IPR in OI for HE and for the OI Platform (using D1.5 plan/rules)

The protection of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is crucial for the adoption and success of open innovation. Without IP protection firms would resort to secrecy and other informal mechanisms to prevent competitors from misappropriating their innovations. However, the protection of IP is a complex legal topic, and is closely intertwined with the management of innovation in open environments. IP licensing and acquisitions are the main tools for open innovation and mastering these tools is critical for the success of open innovation.

OI-Net aims to further improve teaching open innovation in Higher Education in Europe by – among other things – developing open innovation platform and building a Community of Practice.

This report provides summary of the operational and digital right management issues related to Community of Practice and sharing/uploading of cases and teaching materials as well as overall IP governance related to Open Innovation. The IPR issues in this document will apply mainly when looking at business cases


D3.3 - Open Innovation Platform specification

D.3.3 - Open Innovation Platform specification

This deliverable  helps to define the on-line collaborative space on the OI-Net intranet specifications and requirements for community building, as well as the related expectation and tools (including workshops and social-medias to be deployed in WP7-Dissemination and WP8-Sustainability/Exploitation).
First, during the full partenrship meeting, the feedback was gatehred on the specifications of OI-Net platform, later, the survey was developed to further analyze the user requirements. Based on the analysis of user requirements, the OI-Net platform has been improved and  report has been produced D3.3 Open Innovation Platform Specifications

D3.4 - Open Innovation Platform

D.3.4 - Open Innovation Platform

Mainly relying on the suggestions obtained from the survey (cf D3.3), the D3.4 will result from the collect and evaluation of the different types of material supporting different forms of teaching in relation with innovation (with a strong emphasis on selecting only the material that fulfils high quality criteria set for the content).