Geographic Learning Objects in Smart Cities Context

@article{Fatto2013GeographicLO,
  title={Geographic Learning Objects in Smart Cities Context},
  author={Vincenzo Del Fatto and Gabriella Dodero},
  journal={IxD&A},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={53-66}
}
Nowadays, many cities around the world are trying to find smarter ways to manage challenges such as ensuring livable conditions in a context of rapid urban population growth. These cities are often referred to as Smart Cities. In the last years, researchers from many disciplines have contributed to the Smart Cities definition and implementation. In this paper we investigate how topics from two particular fields, such as Geographic Information and Elearning Systems, can be mixed in order to… CONTINUE READING

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