The IT and media sector is characterized by rapid changes in market relevant competences. These include "creative", technical as well as other competences. In an ongoing R&D project, we study the interrelation of competence development and innovation in this field. In this context, a study of different interfaces for self-profiling has been conducted with students from two related but different study programs as subjects. The aim was to find dependencies between personal characteristics (especially creativity), self-profiling behavior and the perception of matched job offers with respect to innovativeness, attractiveness and overstrain. Although the different student groups (interactive media and computer science) do not show differences on the personal creativity scale they differ considerably in their competence preferences. More flexible options in the profiling interfaces are not used for a stronger differentiation between competences.
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- Self-profiling of Competences for the Digital Media Industry: An Exploratory Study
H. Ulrich Hoppe
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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