Chalmers University has traditionally fostered entrepreneurial mindsets in students from all fields, aiming to improve their capabilities in practical value creation. In this context, Chalmers researcher Martin Lackéus created LoopMe, a scientific social media platform for action-based learning, developmental leadership, and entrepreneurial research. Teachers (“leaders”) assign practical tasks to students (“loopers”) to carry out and reflect on. Reflections involve written text as well as tags and emojis. This process not only develops entrepreneurial skills in students and professionals, it also creates highquality datasets for research on how entrepreneurial skills develop and can be developed. The platform has over 20,000 users throughout Europe.