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General Card #2912
Get Unstuck with an Entrepreneurial Mindset
Updated: 11/16/2022 11:29 AM by Brent Sebold
The Engineering Uplink portfolio of microlearning assets has been crafted to help your students get unstuck in common first-year and capstone-level quandaries.

Your students have come a long way to change the world with their engineering skills. But the journey is never easy and they're bound to get stuck along the way. As you know, many other successful engineering innovators have felt stuck too, and they're here to help your students get unstuck. Encourage your students to join them to learn how they can improve the world (and themselves) with an entrepreneurial mindset.

Visit the Engineering Uplink YouTube channel to pick a playlist that's best for your students.

Learning Objectives
See the "YouTube Description" sections within this document for Learning Objectives related to each media asset. 
Instructor Tips

See the "Student/ Faculty take-away file link" sections within this document for Instructor Tips related to each media asset.

If you would like to learn how this entrepreneurially-minded microlearning initiative was developed and executed, KEEN-affiliated faculty and administrators are invited to leverage the suggested production steps, examples, open-source platforms, and templates, all of which are cataloged in our dynamically-evolving EM ML Playbook linked here: https://uey.short.gy/EM-ML-Playbook 

  • Demonstrate constant curiosity about our changing world
  • Integrate information from many sources to gain insight
  • Assess and manage risk
Creating Value
  • Identify unexpected opportunities to create extraordinary value
  • Persist through and learn from failure
Categories & Tags
  • Classroom & Courses
  • Engineering Unleashed Resources
  • General Engineering
The card editors would like to acknowledge the contributions of Joseph Tranquillo, Ann Saterbak, Justin Henriques, Helen Chavez, Marnie Wong, Robert LiKamWa, Kristen Peña, Robin Hammond, Layla Reitmeier, David Wahls, and Karen Wilken, who all helped with the development of the assets highlighted herein. Thank you!