Pablo Langa, 10 years of involvement in learning innovation projects in 5 different continents in a variety of roles. Lastly as the director of the Mobile division for Blackboard Inc. Frequent speaker at technology education events. Computer Science and a M.Sc. in Marketing complete his education background together with industry accreditations such as the Project Management Professional from the PMI.
he perspectives of this project promote a special effort on behalf of all consortium participants to assess exploitation and dissemination in order to accomplish with the expected impact of the European e-assessment framework. For this reason, the project defines a specific profile for this function in the person of the Innovation Manager (IM), and whose job is to assess future alternatives of use and commercialisation routes of the project results, covering the protection and exploitation of the foreground, and also potential collaboration agreements with different educational institutions and agencies that will imply a greater development and adoption of the system and gain the respect of the target groups.
At the same time, the IM will draw up a proper dissemination plan, engaging beneficiaries to check the exploitation options of the system developed by the project. The IM will be in constant contact with the Consortium and Technical Managers to define and execute the dissemination and exploitation plan. The Innovation Manager will be responsible for selecting the most relevant events for the presentation of the project’s results and include them in the Dissemination Plan schedule. He will also be responsible for defining, within this dissemination plan, contacts with magazines and journals specialised in innovative educational tools to contribute to the project’s promotion.
The CEO Pablo Langa from PROT-OS has been appointed as Innovation Manager due to his experience in open innovation practices and educational business models, and will be responsible for the tasks detailed above.
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