MOOC OPEN ONLINE COURSE

Sep - 24 - 2019

MOOC III – SMART CITIES

Sep - 24 - 2019

MOOC IV – RESPONSIVE CITIES

Sep - 24 - 2019

MOOC II – LIVABLE FUTURE CITIES

Sep - 24 - 2019

MOOC I – FUTURE CITIES

Oct - 01 - 2018

HS2018 | Information Architecture and Responsive Cities

The elective course ‘Information Architecture of Cities’ opens a holistic view on existing and new cities, with focus on Asia. The goal is to better understand the city by going beyond the physical appearance and by focusing on different representations, properties and impact factors of the urban system. As course requirement, there will be three short exercises.

 

To demonstrate the potential of Responsive Cities, this course will define the concept of Citizen Design Science, a combination of Citizen Design, Citizen Science and Design Science. Experts, citizens and scientists participate in Citizen Design Science. This approach is still in an early stage of development, but with the Responsive Cities Massive Open Online Course, you will be ahead in exploring and defining its possibilities.

‘Responsive cities’ is the fourth edition of the ‘Future Cities’ series on urban MOOCs. The ‘Future Cities’ series is the first and complete series of urban courses dealing with the design, management and transformation of cities for their sustainable and resilient future. With every edition, the series becomes more interactive. It increasingly empowers citizens around the world to become part of the development of their own cities, especially in those places where this knowledge is needed most. Therefore, the course is inclusive for every individual interested in the planning, construction, redevelopment and management of future cities. The course is open to anyone regardless of background, skills, knowledge, or age.

When: Mondays 13:00 - 14:00
2 ECTS

 

Supervision:

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schmitt

Dr. Estefania Tapias

 

Course Poster

HS 13 Information Architecture of Cities - IBook
EdX MOOC on Future Cities

Feb - 18 - 2018

FS2018 | Information Architecture and Responsive Cities

The elective course ‘Information Architecture of Cities’ opens a holistic view on existing and new cities, with focus on Asia. The goal is to better understand the city by going beyond the physical appearance and by focusing on different representations, properties and impact factors of the urban system. As course requirement, there will be three short exercises.

 

To demonstrate the potential of Responsive Cities, this course will define the concept of Citizen Design Science, a combination of Citizen Design, Citizen Science and Design Science. Experts, citizens and scientists participate in Citizen Design Science. This approach is still in an early stage of development, but with the Responsive Cities Massive Open Online Course, you will be ahead in exploring and defining its possibilities.

‘Responsive cities’ is the fourth edition of the ‘Future Cities’ series on urban MOOCs. The ‘Future Cities’ series is the first and complete series of urban courses dealing with the design, management and transformation of cities for their sustainable and resilient future. With every edition, the series becomes more interactive. It increasingly empowers citizens around the world to become part of the development of their own cities, especially in those places where this knowledge is needed most. Therefore, the course is inclusive for every individual interested in the planning, construction, redevelopment and management of future cities. The course is open to anyone regardless of background, skills, knowledge, or age.

Where: HIT H 31.4 (Video wall)
When: Mondays 13:00 - 14:00
2 ECTS

 

Supervision:

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schmitt

Dr. Estefania Tapias

 

Course flyer

HS 13 Information Architecture of Cities - IBook
EdX MOOC on Future Cities

Presentation template: videowall_template

Sep - 18 - 2017

HS2017 | Information Architecture and Responsive Cities

The elective course ‘Information Architecture of Cities’ opens a holistic view on existing and new cities, with focus on Asia. The goal is to better understand the city by going beyond the physical appearance and by focusing on different representations, properties and impact factors of the urban system. As course requirement, there will be three short exercises.

 

To demonstrate the potential of Responsive Cities, this course will define the concept of Citizen Design Science, a combination of Citizen Design, Citizen Science and Design Science. Experts, citizens and scientists participate in Citizen Design Science. This approach is still in an early stage of development, but with the Responsive Cities Massive Open Online Course, you will be ahead in exploring and defining its possibilities.

‘Responsive cities’ is the fourth edition of the ‘Future Cities’ series on urban MOOCs. The ‘Future Cities’ series is the first and complete series of urban courses dealing with the design, management and transformation of cities for their sustainable and resilient future. With every edition, the series becomes more interactive. It increasingly empowers citizens around the world to become part of the development of their own cities, especially in those places where this knowledge is needed most. Therefore, the course is inclusive for every individual interested in the planning, construction, redevelopment and management of future cities. The course is open to anyone regardless of background, skills, knowledge, or age.

Where: HIT H 31.4 (Video wall)
When: Mondays 13:00 - 14:00
2 ECTS

 

Supervision:

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schmitt

Dr. Estefania Tapias

 

Course flyer

HS 13 Information Architecture of Cities - IBook
EdX MOOC on Future Cities

Presentation template: videowall_template

May - 04 - 2015

MOOC I Future Cities

Understanding a city as a whole, its people, components, functions, scales and dynamics, is crucial for the appropriate design and management of the urban system. Future Cities is now also available as a Massive Open Online Course on the edX platform, for anyone interested in following a serious lecture series about the topic.

Understanding a city as a whole, its people, components, functions, scales and dynamics, is crucial for the appropriate design and management of the urban system. Future Cities is now also available as a Massive Open Online Course on the edX platform, for anyone interested in following a serious lecture series about the topic.

Jun - 22 - 2015

MOOC II Livable Future Cities

“Livable Future Cities” is the second Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

“Livable Future Cities” is the second Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

Jan - 15 - 2016

MOOC II Livable Future Cities

“Livable Future Cities” is the second Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

“Livable Future Cities” is the second Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

Feb - 21 - 2016

MOOC I Future Cities

Future Cities MOOC is the first edition of our Urban MOOCs. In this course. The course will cover the origins, state-of-the-art and applications of information architecture and simulation. Future Cities will provide the basis to understand, shape, plan, design, build, manage and continually adapt a city. You will learn to see the consequences of citizen science and the merging of Architecture and information space. You will be up-to-date on the latest research and development on how to better understand, create and manage the future cities for a more resilient urban world.

Future Cities MOOC is the first edition of our Urban MOOCs. In this course. The course will cover the origins, state-of-the-art and applications of information architecture and simulation. Future Cities will provide the basis to understand, shape, plan, design, build, manage and continually adapt a city. You will learn to see the consequences of citizen science and the merging of Architecture and information space. You will be up-to-date on the latest research and development on how to better understand, create and manage the future cities for a more resilient urban world.

May - 02 - 2016

MOOC III Smart Cities

“Smart Cities” is the third Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

“Smart Cities” is the third Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

Jan - 27 - 2017

MOOC III Smart Cities

“Smart Cities” is the third Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.

“Smart Cities” is the third Massive Urban Online Course in a series of MOOCS under the title “Future Cities”. The series aims to bring the latest research results on planning, managing and transforming cities to those places in the world where this knowledge has the highest benefit for its citizens.