Links

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MIT’s OpenCourseWare

MIT is committed to advancing education and discovery through knowledge open to everyone. OpenCourseWare shares free lecture notes, exams, and other resources from more than 1800 courses spanning MIT's entire curriculum. Below are links to the OCW version of my classes, which are abridged versions of the original course Web sites.

OpenCourseWare

11.016 The Once and Future City

11.308 Urban Nature and City Design

11.309 Sites in Sight: Photography as Inquiry (2003)

11.309 Sensing Place: Photography as Inquiry (2006)

11.310 Media Technology and City Design and Development (2002)

 

Mill Creek Project/Sulzberger Middle School/West Philadelphia Landscape Project Web Sites

Stories about the Mill Creek Project

Sponsors of the Mill Creek Project

Academically-based Community Service

For Sciences Po, Economic and Territorial Development Course, March 2009

March 19, Urban Nature and City Design and Development. To supplement the required reading, The Granite Garden: Urban Nature and Human Design (Basic Books, 1984), browse the additional cases prepared by students in my MIT class (access cases by clicking on left navigation bar for each year):

Cases in Urban Nature and City Design and Development

March 20, Landscape Literacy, Environmental Justice, and City Design and Development. To supplement the required reading, "Restoring Mill Creek", review the West Philadelphia Landscape Project Website and following links:

West Philadelphia Landscape Project

The Mill Creek Project

Reading the WPLP monographs is optional