Requirements for developing a culture of small information technology projects among university students in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

  • Mohamed Abdel Salam Mohamed Mahmoud El Balshi An expert teacher in the Directorate of Education in Damietta Governorate, Egypt abohala972@gmail.com
Keywords: unemployment, future of jobs, technology entrepreneurs, small projects, digital entrepreneurship

Abstract

The current study aimed to develop mechanisms for developing the culture of small information technology projects among university students in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution by integrating the development of the culture of small information technology projects in the university’s vision, objectives and strategy, and localizing it in the university environment, activating it in the university’s teaching and learning processes, and strengthening the university’s partnership and the outside community to achieve this. The study used the descriptive approach, and the researcher applied a questionnaire consisting of (37) phrases distributed over (4) axes, and the sample amounted to (136) university professors from (5) Egyptian universities. The study found: The need for the university to emphasize in its objectives the teaching of students to build and manage small information technology projects through the development of knowledge and awareness of it, consolidating the values ​​and beliefs that support them, and that the university is interested in formulating a strategy that supports innovation and creativity among faculty members and students, and that the promotions of teachers and assistant professors be linked to their supportive activities for educating students with small IT projects, and to provide paper or digital brochures on opportunities to build small IT projects in the surrounding environment, and to support the practice of cultural activities, and spread the culture of patent in the information technology sector among its students, and that the university’s learning outcomes target the need for graduates to possess positive attitudes and values ​​towards them. and pay attention to educating students about the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on small IT projects, and that the university link the teaching and learning processes, building and managing small information technology projects, and directing its faculty members towards linking the contents of the curricula with the skills of building and managing small information technology projects, with the need to achieve partnership with the external community through the establishment of exhibitions and platforms for marketing information technology projects, and hosting businessmen in seminars or meetings to inform students of their successful experiences.

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Published
2021-12-15
How to Cite
El Balshi, M. (2021). Requirements for developing a culture of small information technology projects among university students in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 5(1), 253 - 314. Retrieved from https://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/328
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