UNIVERSITY RANKINGS, THE TRIPLE HELIX MODEL AND WEBOMETRICS:
OPENING PANDORA’S BOX!
The second title of the series will take place on Friday 20th February 2015, 11.00 am CET.
The Triple Helix model has a number of profound implications when applied to university and innovation rankings. The Model not only widens the scope of what constitutes the core mission of a university, but also provides a fresh perspective on how institutional performance is evaluated, and consequently raises important questions about what the ‘model university’ is, or if a ‘Triple Helix model university’ (can) exist? In addition to challenging our definition of a university, the Triple Helix model itself is challenged: are universities, industry, and government always the three relevant sectors? What about the humanities, or more practice-oriented education? Does the Triple Helix model apply to a music school or a nursing college? If so, in what way? Intersecting these conceptual questions is the emerging field of Internet metrics (Webometrics), which provide tremendous insight into communication at a time when the Internet itself is transforming higher education.
During the one hour webinar our speakers will go through these questions with the aim of re-framing ideas about university rankings, the Triple Helix model and measurement methods.
The webinar will be targeted at academics, as well as practitioners and policy makers with an interest in Entrepreneurial University metrics and economic impact.
50€, which includes the access to the webinar and the annual THA regular individual membership.
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A video recording of the previous title From the Ivory Tower to the Entrepreneurial University is available for THA members at our website: www.triplehelixassociation.org, in the TH repository.
Pieter Stek is a Doctoral Student at the Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. He completed his Master’s Degrees at Yonsei University, Korea, and the University of Twente, the Netherlands. The title of his dissertation research is: “National Innovation Systems and Cluster Development in Knowledge Intensive Industries”. He is an Advisor for External Relations at QS Asia Quacquarelli Symmonds, Singapore, an adjunct lecturer at Chonbuk National University and Myongji University, Korea, and International Liaison Officer for the Asia Triple Helix Society, Korea. Previously, he was External Relations Manager in the Office of International Affairs at Sungkyunkwan University, Korea.