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Virtual Enterprise

What is VE?

:: News & Events :: Introduction :: Overview :: VE World History :: VE at CUNY History ::
:: Learning Outcomes :: Student Workbook :: Evaluation of Virtual Enterprise ::
:: Summer 2014 Faculty Development Seminar ::

Where is VE?

:: IVE Global Collaborative :: Partner VEs ::

VE Learning Outcomes and
21st Century Core Skills


21st Century Core Skills
VE Learning Outcomes
Communication Skills (reading, writing,
speaking and listening)
Communication Skills (reading, writing,
speaking and listening)
Community Skills (citizenship;
diversity/pluralism; local, community, global,
environmental awareness)
Global Awareness (understanding the
global marketplace, culture and diversity)
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Skills
(analysis, synthesis, evaluation,
decision-making, creative thinking)
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Skills
(analysis, synthesis, evaluation,
decision-making, creative thinking)
Information Management Skills
(collecting, analyzing, and organizing
information from a variety of sources)
Information Management Skills
(collecting, analyzing, and organizing
information from a variety of sources)
Technology Skills (computer literacy,
Internet skills, retrieving and managing
information via technology)
Technology Skills (computer literacy,
Internet skills, retrieving and managing
information via technology)
Interpersonal Skills (teamwork,
relationship management, conflict resolution,
workplace skills)
Interpersonal Skills (teamwork,
relationship management, conflict
resolution)
Personal Skills (ability to understand and
manage self, management of change, learning
to learn, personal responsibility, aesthetic
responsiveness, wellness)
Intrapersonal Skills (ability to
understand and manage self, management
of change, learning to learn, personal
responsibility)
  Entrepreneurship/Business
Knowledge
(developing business plans,
developing marketing and sales strategies,
accounting skills, etc.)
  Motivational Outcomes (understanding
the connection between academic skills
and attainment of career goals, career
self-efficacy expectations)
  Faculty Outcomes (shifting roles from
instructor to advisor-coach-facilitator,
functioning in cross-disciplinary teams)
  





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