Output 1 Task Title (O.1.)
A Framework: Identification of Needs and Expectation Between Labor Market and Academy
Activity Leading Organisation
WORD UNIVERSITY SERVICE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN (WUSMed)
UC LIMBURG (UCLL), ERCİYES ÜNİVERSİTESİ (ERU), UNIVERZA V NOVI GORICI (UNG)
In order to support universities with the further development of study programmes, the understanding of labor market is critical. This is a structural mechanism to base Higher Education by defining the qualifications and skills needed in the labor market.
Education should be in a proper position to work autonomously, gain new knowledge and find solutions to new problems. Higher education should be on a mission to help students develop these skills to succeed in the labor market. The development of qualification frameworks is a known way of linking labor market needs and higher education services. These frameworks have the potential to bring together employers' needs for skills, education programs to prepare students for these skills, and information about the competencies required for specific professions.
In many countries, qualifications frameworks are often set up in close cooperation with employers and / or professional organizations. Providing this information will help students make more conscious decisions and contribute to improving quality.
The framework includes: student satisfaction, course information, employment and earnings results / salary data, financial information of academies (fees, accommodation, etc.), labor market needs / expectations, academy offers. To identify this information, CDICAE has conducted surveys / interviews, research and meetings with stakeholders.
Academic Publication: “A FRAMEWORK: IDENTIFICATION OF NEEDS AND EXPECTATIONS BETWEEN LABOR MARKET AND ACADEMY” - (Download PDF)
Developed Outputs are given in the following table in downloadable format.
Animation Sector Analysis
Animation Sector Trends
Status / Needs / Expectations Datas of Turkish Animation Studios
Division of work, leading tasks and applied methodology for the production of intellectual output
WUSMed has been identified as the leader of the output because of its experience in research and analysis.
The distribution of tasks is as follows;
ERU and UNG are supporters.
The methodology used for the framework is inspired by the ADDIE (Analysis Design Development Application Evaluation) method.
-Analysis: It was concluded that “understanding the labor market and academia is very valuable for students when deciding on their future” according to the exchange of ideas during meetings, researches and interviews. WUSMed took the lead of this step and all other partners took part in this step.
-Design: At this stage, the structure of the frame has been clarified. UCLL is the leader of the methodology and WUSMed has been the leading partner. UNG has been involved in the design phase as quality assurance, while ERU has been involved as an administrative supporter in this step.
-Development: ERU is the leader of this step. It has undertaken the task of producing and spreading the framework. UNG has been responsible for quality and WUSMed has fulfilled its task of monitoring its implementation by planning a dissemination strategy for the consortium.
-Application: All partners were equally involved in this step. The framework is used in real situation. That is, to potential students / current students / educators, etc. have been reached and framework has been shared with them. It has also been a solid foothold and starting point for producing other outputs.
-Evaluation: After implementation in real situation, each partner has evaluated the effects in their country and necessary improvements were made. UCLL has served as the responsible leader for these revisions, while WUSMed has taken the leadership task of following the evaluation step.
Visited Animation Studios
Contact Person: Ilhan Poyraz (Producer)
Address: MASLAK MAHALLESİ ATATÜRK SANAYİ SİTESİ 52. SOKAK NO: 4/B
Phone: +90 212 346 2323
Contact Person: İsmail Fidan (Producer)
Address: Birlik Mah. 391. Cad. 413. Sok. No:28/7-8 Çankaya / ANKARA
Phone: +90 312 495 66 20
Contact Person: Sinan Ölmez (Director)
Address: Cevat Dündar Cad. No: 139 06370 Ostim Yenimahalle Ankara – TÜRKİYE
Phone: +90 312 385 91 91
Contact Person: Haluk Erkmen (Producer)
Address: Arnavutköy Mh. Dulkadiroğulları Sk. No:50, Beşiktaş, İstanbul / TURKEY
Phone:+90 212 263 18 18
Contact Person: M. Ammar Gündüz
Address: Selamiali Mh, Cumhuriyet Cd, Boğaziçi Plaza, Kat: 2 Üsküdar – İstanbul / TURKEY
Phone: + 90 216 505 05 61
Contact Person: Kenan Aktaşın (Director)
Address:Alparslan Türkeş Cd. 83/2 Beştepe/ANKARA
Phone:+90 312 222 50 35
Contact Person:S.Murat Kaya, Haydar Sinan Güngör (Producer)
Address:Cevizlidere Caddesi 7 / 3-4 Balgat, Çankaya, ANKARA
Phone:+90 312 287 02 42 – 43
Contact Person:Ramazan Arman, Orhan Öztürk (Producer)
Address: İrfan Baştuğ Cad. No:93 Subayevleri, Ankara
Phone: +90 312 316 49 00
Contact Person: Nurullah Yenihan (Producer)
Address:Göztepe Yolu Atatürk Cad. No.7 K.3-4 Sülüoğlu Plaza 34815 Beykoz - İstanbul
Phone:+90 216 465 62 37
Contact Person: Kolja Saksida (Film Director and Producer)
Address: Zavod ZVVIKS, Celovška cesta 43, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone: +386 40 437 969