Geodesign as a Methodology for Land Use Planning
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This webinar addresses how geospatial professionals can advance through Penn State course offerings that combine science with design-thinking.
Just the facts
Geodesign helps test the cumulative impacts of design options from the smallest locales to entire cities or regions, enabling relevant design solutions to be derived through this collaborative process. Many geospatial professionals are experienced in the extraction and creation of data, but find it harder to determine specific data usage in the messy iterative design process.
- Design-thinking - combining creativity and innovation with geospatial information through an iterative, evaluative process
- How to apply geodesign theory to real-world, contemporary problems and have an immediate impact on professional practice
- Critical evaluation of geodesign techniques for use in a variety of geographic scales, cultural contexts and conditions
- Kelleann Foster, Associate Professor- Landscape Architecture, Penn State University
- David Goldberg, Instructor/Designer, Penn State University and Renaissance Planning Group
- Wes Stroh, Lecturer, Online Geospatial Education, Penn State University
- Vera Green, MGIS student and Geomatics Analyst, ENR - FMD Fire Sciences
Who should attend
Anyone interested in geodesign