Alpine Rendez-Vous 2013: Summary of the Workshop Smart Cities Learning: Horizon 2020

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Alpine Rendez-Vous 2013: Summary of the Workshop Smart Cities Learning: Horizon 2020

  1. 1. Mar  Pérez-­‐Sanagus/n   2013  July,  Madrid  
  2. 2. Coordinators   •  Carlo  Giovannella  (Dept.  of  Educa.on  Science  and  Technologies  o&  Iad  School,  University  of  Rome  Tor   Vergata,  Italy)   •  Alke  Martens  (PH  Schwäbisch  Gmünd  University  of  Educa.on,  Germany)   Par3cipants   •  Nikolaos  Avouris   •  Vicenzo  Del  Fa<o   •  Jesko  Elsner   •  Carlo  Giovannella   •  Andrea  Gobbi   •  Mar  Pérez-­‐SanagusDn   •  Chiara  Rossi<o   •  Bingxue  Zhang   •  Imran  Zualkernan   Website:  h=p://www.mifav.uniroma2.it/inevent/events/scl13/index.php?s=156  
  3. 3. 1.  Smart  city   2.  Smart  ciNes  Learning   3.  Papers  presented   4.  Grand  Challenge   5.  Outcomes  and  acNviNes  
  4. 4. 1.  Smart   city:  the   concept     “The  smart  city  can  be  defined  as  the  integraNon  of   technology  into  a  strategic  approach  to  sustainability,   ciNzen  well-­‐being,  and  economic  development”        (Woods,  E.  &  Blooms,  E.,  2011)     “A  Smart  City  is  one  that  is  able  to  link  physical  capital   with  social  one,  and  to  develop  be=er  services  and   infrastructures.  It  is  able  to  bring  together  technology,   informa3on,  and  poli3cal  vision,  into  a  coherent  program   of  urban  and  service  improvements”   (Smart  Ci.es,  Ranking  of  European  medium-­‐sized  ci.es”,  2007)  (Final  report  )          
  5. 5. Smart  city:  aproaches     People-­‐centred  approach   Ci.es  as  an  space  of   rela.onships,  cultural   stra.ficaion  and  iden.ty     Top  down  approach   Ci.zens  are  “consumers”  of    a  smart  infrastructure   Bo<on-­‐up  approach   Enhance  ci.zens’  par.cipa.on   Figure adapted from the presentation by Carlo Giovanella @ARV 2013
  6. 6. 2.  Smart  CiNes  Learning     "The  theme  of  the  transforma)on  of  the   learning  modali)es  that  may  be  induced  by   the  transforma.on  of  living  places  in  smart   territories,  ci.es  and  villages  is  a  new  theme   whose  relevance  will  grow  more  and  more  in   the  near  future."   WS  Webpage:  h=p://www.mifav.uniroma2.it/inevent/events/scl13/index.php?s=156   January,  28-­‐  February,  1st  2013    
  7. 7. 3.  Papers  presented    
  8. 8. Papers  presented:  techological  developments   •  ZHANG,  B.  et  al,  Contextual  Learning  System  for  Professional  Educa.on  in  the  “Smart   City”  (Presented  by  Bingxue  ZHANG)   –  Challenge:  How  to  maintain  professionals’  working  environment  and  working  condiNons  in  order  to   improve  working  efficiency  and  enhance  companies  performance?   –  Approach:  ExploiNng  contextual  learning  systems  based  on  “Electronic  Performance  Support   System”  (EPSS)   •  KALZ,  M.    et  al.  EMuRgency  (Presented  by  Jesko  ELSNER)   –  Challenge:  How  to  increase  the  awareness  and  knowledge  about  cardiac  arrest  to  improve  the  rate  of   cardiopulmonary  resuscitaNon?   –  Approach:  EMuRgency,  a  project  for  building  up  a  ciNzens’  aware  systems  for  increasing  awareness-­‐   web,  mobile  and  ambient  display  technologies  as  a  communicaNon  support.   •  SINTORIS,  C.  et  al  Discovering  the  invisible  city:  Game  design  for  learning  in   technology  enhanced  places  (Presented  by  Nikolaos  AVOURIS)   –  Challenge:  How  to  design  locaNon-­‐based  mobile  games  supporNng  learning  in  technology  enhanced   public  spaces?   –  Approach:  AdaptaNon  of  the  “Mafia”  tradiNonal  game  to  the  city  using  mobile  devices  –  SpaNal   Expansion,  Situated  play  and  ImplementaNon.   •  DEL  FATTO,  V.  &  DODERO,  G.  Geographic  Learning  Objects  in  Smart  City  Context   (Presented  by  Vicenzo  DEL  FATTO)   –  Challenge:  How  topics  from  Geographic  InformaNon  and  eLearning  Systems  can  be  mixed  to  provide   learning  content  in  the  Smart  City.   –  Approach:  Geographic  Learning  Objects  (GLOs)  –  Learning  Object  Repositories  and  Metadata.  
  9. 9. •  ROSSITO,  C.  &  CERRATTO-­‐PARGMAN,  T.,  Smart  Ci.es  as  New  Places  fro   New  People  (Presented  by  Chiara  ROSSITO)   –  Challenge:  Informal,  lifelong  learning  within  ciNes  fro  encouraging  inter-­‐cultural  communicaNon  and   common  sense  of  belonging.   –  Approach:  An  interdisciplinary  approach  (intercultural  learning,  parNcipaNon  in  communiNes,   displacement  and  place-­‐making  with  ethnographic  invesNgaNons  oriented  towards  the  analysis  of   technology  use  and  design)  for  facing  issues  of  mobility  and  migraNon  benefiNng  from  the   technological  infrastructure  of  the  Smart  City.   •  GOBBI,  A.  &  SPINA,  S.  Smart  Ci.es  and  Languages:  The  Language  Network   (Presented  by  Andrea  GOBBI)   –  Challenge:  Analyze  the  potenNal  of  smart  ciNes  from  a  linguisNc  perspecNve.   –  Approach:  Language  as  a  social  construct.  Smart  city  infrastructure  as  a  chance  for  the  physical   realizaNon  of  the  language  network.     Papers  presented:  Intercultural  approaches  
  10. 10. •  ZUALKERNAN,  I.  Designing  Sustainable  Life-­‐Long  Learning  Architectures  in  the   Developing  World  (Presented  by  Imran  ZUALKERNAN)   –  Challenge:  Facing  infrastructural  constraints  for  supporNng  smart  learning  communiNes  in  the   developing  world   –  Approach:  Design  methodology  based  on  incorporaNng  infrastructural  constraints,  the  various  Nme-­‐ scales  for  learning  an  the  nature  of  knowledge  that  needs  to  be  learned  to  suggest  sustainable  future   architectures  for  learning  communiNes  for  the  developing  world.   •  PÉREZ-­‐SANAGUSTÍN,  M.  et  al.  Mul.-­‐channel,  mul.-­‐objec.ve,  mul.-­‐context   services:  The  ‘glue’  of  the  smart  ci.es  learning  ecosystem  (Presented  by  Mar   PÉREZ-­‐SANAGUSTÍN)   –  Challenge:  How  to  design  services  to  support  glocal,  reciprocal  and  mulN-­‐episodic  lifelong  learning   processes  in  digital  urban  spaces.   –  Approach:  Three  we  a=ributes  that  services  for  smart  city  learning  has  to  fulfill:  mulN-­‐channel,  mulN-­‐ objecNve  and  mulN-­‐context.   Papers  presented:  frameworks  
  11. 11. 4.  Grand  Challenge   Support  the  development  of     People  Centered  Smart  CiNes/ Territories    through     Smart  City  Learning  
  12. 12. •  Step  1:  Informal  Interviews  to  local  policy  makers  based   on  online  quesNonnaires  and  iniNal  brainstorming   •  Step  2:  Guided  tour  and  in  “place”  unstructured   interviews   •  Step  3:  Analysis  of  the  collected  elements  and  iniNal   design  brainstorming   •  Step  4:  Design  sessions  in  smart  groups   •  Step  5:  PresentaNons  of  concepts  and  focus  group  to   gather  feedback     a)  Methodology   Villard  de  Lans  as  a  case  study  
  13. 13. •  Increase  a<rac3veness  of  the  village  with  new  services   forfamily  and  children   •  Support  social  interac3on  to  enhance  responsibility  in   the  development  community  &  increase  sense  of   belonging   •  Sustain  and  integrate  elderly  and  reNred  people   •  Sustainable  development  of  acNviNes   •  Integra3on  of  village/mountain  community  services   b)  Needs  detected   Villard  de  Lans  as  a  case  study  
  14. 14. Learning  about  the  Villard  LIFE  by  monitoring  the  relevant   traces  and  extrac3ng  emergent  behaviors     •  weSmartVillard  Card:  NFC  based   –  Get  informaNon  from  the  village   –  Payment  with  local  currency   –  Support  the  organizaNon  of  the  bank  of  Nme  and  skills/ competences   •  Bank  of  3me  and  skills/competences:   –  Foster  social  exchange  &  Community  of  belonging   –  InteracNon  between  local  members  and  tourists   –  Accumulate  bonus  to  get  reward   •  Learning  through  space  gamifica3on:  Time  machine  &   SIMS-­‐Villard   –  Displays  for  transiNons  through  space-­‐temporal  doors   –  SimulaNons  of  rescources   c)  AcNons   Villard  de  Lans  as  a  case  study  
  15. 15. 5Outcomes  &  acNviNes   •  InternaNonal  Observatory  on   Smart  City  Learning   •  PublicaNons:   –  PÉREZ-­‐SANAGUSTÍN,  M.,  BUCHEM,  I.  &  DELGADO  KLOOS,  C.   Mul)-­‐channel,  mul)-­‐objec)ve,  mul)-­‐context  services:  The   ‘glue’  of  the  smart  ci)es  learning  ecosystem  (Special  Issue  on   Smart  Ci.es  Learning,  Journal  IxD&A)   –  Villard-­‐de-­‐Lans:  a  Case  Study  for  Collabora)ve  People-­‐Centered   Smart  City  Learning  Design,  ICALT  2013  (Accepted)   –  BUCHEM  I.  &  PÉREZ-­‐SANAGUSTÍN,  M.  Construc)ng  Personal   Learning  Environments  by  Educaching  in  Smart  Ci)es,  Personal   Learning  Environments  (Sent)   –  Colaboración  con  Imran  ZUALKERNAN:  crowdsourcing   experiences  (On  data  analysis)      
  16. 16. References   •   “Smart  ciNes:  Ranking  of  European  medium-­‐sized  ciNes”,  Center  of  Regional  Science,  Viena  UT,  2007                                                         h=p://www.smart-­‐ciNes.eu/download/smart_ciNes_final_report.pdf   •  Woods,  E.  &  Bloom,  E.  “  ExecuNve  summary:  Smart  CiNes”  (Research  Report),  Pike  Research,  2011.         h=p://www.pikeresearch.com/wordpress/wp-­‐content/uploads/2011/05/SCIT-­‐11-­‐ExecuNve-­‐Summary.pdf   •  Smart  CiNes:  un  primer  paso  hacia  el  internet  de  las  cosas,  Fundación  Telefónica,  2011 h=p://www.fundacion.telefonica.com/es/que_hacemos/media/publicaciones/SMART_CITIES.pdf   •  Smart  ciNes  Exposé:  10  CiNes  in  TransiNon,  Smart+Connected  CommuniNes  InsNtute,  2012   h=p://www.pageturnpro.com/Cisco/41742-­‐Smart-­‐CiNes-­‐Expose-­‐10-­‐CiNes-­‐in-­‐TransiNon/index.html#1   •  Hoja  de    Ruta  de  las  Smart  CiNes,  TECNO,  Febrero  2012,   =p://www.ctecno.net/wp-­‐content/uploads/2012/03/Hoja-­‐de-­‐Ruta-­‐Smart-­‐CiNes_def.pdf         All  images  in  this  presentaNon  has  CreaNve  Commons  Lisence  and  have  been  extracted  from  Morgue  Files   (h=p://www.morguefile.com)      

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