The impact of I(C)T in spatial planning education, 25 years of blended e-learning

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Knaap, van der, W.G.M.;
(2014)
  • Publisher: IATED

The Wageningen spatial planning education curriculum is based on a mix of decision-oriented and design-oriented approaches. It is also intertwined with a wide range of E-learning options. The Elearning environment consists of a spectrum of applications such as model stu... View more
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