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[[File:LED2LEAP logo.jpeg|right|340px]]This wiki site serves as a collaborative platform for all the learning activities of the ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership '''Landscape Education for Democracy'''.
'''Are you a planning or design student interested in learning how to create more inclusive, open and democratic landscapes?
 
  
Then register now for the LED Program – an exciting way to earn credits and strengthen important professional skills.  
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The project aims to develop a study module on the topic of participatory planning which has been founded on a partnership between five European universities and the LE:NOTRE Institute.
  
Registration for our '''April-June 2016 online seminar''' is happening now!'''
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Here, you're able to find information about all of our collaborative learning activities, as well as, our outputs from each of our endeavors. This site is the active documentation of project partnership, and is updated on a regular basis.
  
<font color=green size=2>''This website will be continuously extended with more details on the course, please check for updates'' </font>
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Each learning activity has an '''online component''' open to anyone interested in the topic and a '''workshop component''', which is addressed to students enrolled in the study programmes of the university partners. The workshops are incorporated into both a long-term and intensive practice in community engagement.
  
  
== Introduction ==
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== ERASMUS+ Programme ==
 
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The landscape belongs to everyone. We should all have equal access to it and a voice in how it is used valued and maintained. However, spatial planning education rarely includes considerations of democratic processes, participatory planning, community design and landscape stewardship. Furthermore, it does not fully prepare young practioners to become leaders in promoting democratic landscape change and work effectively in partnership with communities.
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The LED2LEAP Project is partially funded by the ERASMUS+ European Union grant program, under grant no.2019‐1‐NL01‐KA203‐060497. Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency is responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damages incurred that are the result of the use of these resources.
 
 
The idea behind the LED (Landscape Education for Democracy) project, a partnership between 5 European landscape architecture faculties and the LE:NOTRE Institute is to promote awareness and empower young design and planning professional to become more active in shaping democratic change.  The project employs interdisciplinary, problem-based learning environments and curricular innovation to introduce landscape and democracy as a cross-disciplinary subject. Our goal is to fill a gap in design and planning education and give students the opportunity to confront themselves with pressing issues of landscape democracy, right to the landscape and participation.
 
 
 
The first LED course starts this spring featuring a 12 online course sessions available to students at any institution, as well as a two-week summer on-site intensive programme available only to students at partner universities.
 
 
 
== Course schedule and content for 2016 ==
 
 
 
 
 
=== Online seminar: April-June ===
 
 
 
The online module consists of twelve 90-minute sessions of lectures, reading materials, collaborative group work, concept mapping, storyboarding and other diverse active and passive learning tools.
 
 
 
Themes covered in the course are:
 
*Landscape and democracy
 
*Participation theories and practices
 
*Community and identity
 
*The design process
 
*Communication and representation
 
 
 
== Conditions for participation and credits ==
 
 
 
Participation in the online seminar is free and open to students at any institution as well as the general public.
 
 
 
There are no registration fees. Participation is possible in '''active or passive''' mode.
 
 
 
*'''Active participation''' includes:
 
**regular attendance of the online class (or working with the seminar recordings in due time)
 
**completion of the seminar coursework and group assignments
 
**academic recognition of up to 5 ECTS
 
 
 
*'''Passive participation''' includes:
 
**visitation of online seminar sessions either in real time or through video recordings;
 
**no academic recognition granted
 
 
 
== Online registration ==
 
You can decide on active or passive participation as part of the online registration.
 
 
 
You can register via this link: '''[https://ilias.hfwu.de/goto.php?target=cat_11448&client_id=hfwu Landscape and Democracy Seminar 2016 - Online registration]'''
 
 
 
== About the partnership ==
 
 
 
'''Grant holder and coordinator'''
 
* NMBU, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning
 
 
 
'''Project partners'''
 
*Nürtingen-Geislingen University, Nürtingen, Germany
 
*University of Kassel School of Architecture, Urban and Landscape Planning, Kassel, Germany
 
*Szent István  University, Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Budapest, Hungary
 
*University of Bologna, Department of Architecture, Italy
 
*LE:NOTRE Institute, an international foundation based in Wageningen, Netherlands.
 
 
 
== ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership Programme ==
 
[[File:Eu funded led.jpg|thumb|none|500px|The LED - Landscape Education for Democracy Project has been (partially) funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no.2015-1-NO01-KA203-013239 Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources.]]
 

Latest revision as of 06:55, 8 March 2020

LED2LEAP logo.jpeg

This wiki site serves as a collaborative platform for all the learning activities of the ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership Landscape Education for Democracy.

The project aims to develop a study module on the topic of participatory planning which has been founded on a partnership between five European universities and the LE:NOTRE Institute.

Here, you're able to find information about all of our collaborative learning activities, as well as, our outputs from each of our endeavors. This site is the active documentation of project partnership, and is updated on a regular basis.

Each learning activity has an online component open to anyone interested in the topic and a workshop component, which is addressed to students enrolled in the study programmes of the university partners. The workshops are incorporated into both a long-term and intensive practice in community engagement.


ERASMUS+ Programme

Eu funded led.jpg

The LED2LEAP Project is partially funded by the ERASMUS+ European Union grant program, under grant no.2019‐1‐NL01‐KA203‐060497. Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency is responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damages incurred that are the result of the use of these resources.