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Free Access // Online Platforms and Educational Tools // From Academics for Academics

  • 1.  Free Access // Online Platforms and Educational Tools // From Academics for Academics

    Posted 04-06-2020 14:37

    For entrepreneurship professors, course managers, and conference chairs:

    In the spirit of collegiality, in this times of crisis, I would like to share with you the suite of online education tools we have developed at the Smart City Innovation Lab at Católica-Lisbon:


    Venturely.io for Entrepreneurship Education

    Venturely is our award-winning platform for entrepreneurs and innovators. Formerly known as smartbusinessmodeler.com, Venturely won the Reimagine Education Award from Wharton and QS for the best ICT Tool 2019. Next to playbooks, and interactive tools, users can benefit from the first AI driven Auto-Business Modelling tool in the world. www.venturely.io


    Bizzmoo.com for Online Teaching

    Bizzmoo is our platform to teach blended and entire online courses. You can setup your course, invite students and manage your online course within minutes. Optionally we provide video rooms of up to 50 users that do not require any installation with the best streaming quality among all services. www.bizzmoo.com


    iChair.org for Virtual Academic Events

    With iChair we reacted to the need to move conferences, workshops or summer schools to the virtual world. iChair allows you to set up and host your academic event virtually, invite participants and host all necessary information. You can use it with your own video services such as zoom or optionally use our video rooms (up to 50 participants). www.ichair.org


    Please do not hesitate to contact me in case of questions (r.bohnsack@ucp.pt) and feel free to share with others who might find this useful.

    All the best and stay healthy!


    René Bohnsack, PhD

    Associate Professor for Strategy and Innovation

    Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics

    Palma de Cima // 1649-023 Lisbon-Portugal


    Rene Bohnsack
    UCP - Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics