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Developing entrepreneurial knowledge and capability: an exploration of the role and value of computer based learning in entrepreneurship education

Cooper, William and Cooper, Sarah (2004) Developing entrepreneurial knowledge and capability: an exploration of the role and value of computer based learning in entrepreneurship education. In: Babson / Kaufman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, 2004-06-01.

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Abstract

This paper highlights some important issues for those attempting to enable such entrepreneurial knowledge and skills to be developed using CBL materials. This study has implications for the design and use of CBL material for entrepreneurship education at all levels. The implications have importance for strategic decision makers, educators, technologists and designers within the educational and digital domains in the short, medium and long term.