Globally verified digital transformations have boosted various movements based on a community sense, on universal causes and the creation of social, educational and research networks. These have created ecosystems of ideas and their consequent materialisation in projects. In this curricular unit, we intend to investigate the reasons, contexts, modes, and tendencies of the development of networks in the scope of entrepreneurship.
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Evaluation is made on individual basis and it involves the coexistence of two modes: continuous assessment (60%) and final evaluation (40%). Further information is detailed in the Learning Agreement of the course unit.