Here comes the printed version of the SLERD proceedings!

 

SLERD, the International conference on  Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development, was held at University of Aveiro, Portugal in June. The proceedings are available also  online at
https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-61322-2

Congratulations to Lisa and Mikael with the publication of their work!

 

Two contributions from our group:
DELTA: Promoting Young People Participation in Urban Planning
Mikael Reiersølmoen, Francesco Gianni, Monica Divitini
This paper presents DELTA, an app to support situated participation encouraging users to explore the urban environment, promoting awareness and critical thinking. Based on collected data and lessons learned, results are discussed in relation to participation and learning outcomes for children.

Designing for Sustainable Urban Mobility Behaviour: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Lisa Klecha and Francesco Gianni
To investigate how technology can mediate the process of behaviour change, particularly in the context of smart cities, this paper presents a systematic literature review, focusing on three areas are of interest: the utilised technology, behaviour change strategies, and citizen participation in the development process. The paper suggests that future research should a) explore opportunities stemming from ubiquitous technology, b) employ behaviour change strategies grounded in reflective learning, and c) promote citizen involvement with participatory methods.

 

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