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  • Copia di PROJECT | TELLme

    Top of Page Program Outputs Tools Outputs The TELLme Project aims at providing competence to the HEIs while building up a community of practice with an integral approach, where the collective intelligence is formed through non-formal and peer-to-peer learning. The main target group of the TELLme Project is the HEIs since they are the key actors capable of carrying on advocating the methodology and training the future generation of the discipline. They have the potential of building the core knowledge of the community of Practice of Discipline in the transnational level, while acting as stimulating the public administration in the local level. The Universities will bring their expertise and research work on the metropolitan management, comparing metropolitan key studies, in particular, in the cities that are experiencing and dealing with the metropolitan management issues. IO1 MESA (Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis) IO2 Metropolitan Glossary IO3 Integrated Approach to Metropolitan Complexity IO4 TELLme HUB IO5 TELLme Handbook IO6 TELLme Training Program IO7 Transversal Technical Competences and Management Skills: Framework for the TELLme Training Programme IO8 Inaugural Book A first phase of Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis will assess the reality from the perspective of metropolitan complexity. Using specific legends related to metropolitan issues, partners will produce the Interpretative Maps of Impact Scenarios. Mapping is one of the main method of the discipline, allowing us to understand and address the metropolitan context and issues in physical forms. Simultaneously, the production of Metropolitan Glossary will begins in order to provide a precise language to describe the relation of terms that build up the concepts of the new discipline. Starting from the Initial Project Seminar in Seville, the partners discuss the outcomes of the activities to frame the Metropolitan Approach to Complexity with the definition of the Metropolitan General Issues and Principles (MGIP) . This theoretical framework is applied in the TELLme Training Programme Guidelines , the shared instructions for the Train Lab activity. It will introduce Transversal Technical Competences and Management Skills Framework for the metropolitan leaders. Two TELLme Training Labs in Mendoza (Argentina) and Guadalajara (Mexico) are the piloting of this Training Programme. As a result, TELLme Training Labs activities will produce the local Metropolitan Chart of Projects, a map representing the integrated impact on the territory of proposed metropolitan projects. The TELLme Metropolitan Hub is an online-platform for collecting and sharing knowledge both supporting the TELLme Project activities and finally disseminating its results to reach new stakeholders. The Virtual Lab is part of the Hub where the Interpretative Mappings are digitized for sharing and distribution. The TELLme Handbook is both the manual of the Hub and the theoretical description of the process. Based on the results of the previous activities, the Inaugural Book systematizes the Practice of the Metropolitan Discipline Methodology shaping the Metropolitan space. It presents the logical framework of concepts needed to understand the complexity of the metropolitan context and the related methodology. Program Program Outputs IO1: MESA (Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis) Leading Partner: Universidad de Seville The Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis is the process of reading, understanding, and interpreting metropolitan contexts using a new set of tools which we call ‘Interpretative Maps of Impact Scenarios Analysis.’ This process provides us with a deeper understanding of the complexity of metropolitan contexts and the relation with the territory where they are located. This detailed field analysis is necessary to lay the foundations of the new Metropolitan Discipline allowing the manageable growth of a metropolis that is an essential part of the overall sustainable development of a country. Output IO2: Metropolitan Glossary Leading Partner: Universidad de Guadalajara The aim of the Metropolitan Glossary is to define the concepts of the new discipline more than defining the individual words. The Metropolitan Discipline is bringing various issues that are transversal rather than sectoral. Therefore, reaching an agreement on the words used to describe complex issues touching various fields is a challenging yet mandatory activity. A collection of Semantic Maps is the main output of this activity. It is a visual mapping of concepts that are mandatory in the metropolitan discipline. A descriptive text will accompany the maps to complete the Metropolitan Glossary. The text is the record of the evolution of the maps as the project develops throughout the project. It will be shared online in the end of the program, allowing people to search and contribute further in the development of the glossary. IO3: Integrated Approach to Metropolitan Complexity Leading Partner: Politecnico di Milano The TELLme Metropolitan Approach to Complexity aims at communicating the need of a metropolitan vision with a multidisciplinary perspective moving away from a traditional urban goal of efficiency. It is a way to translate the general and theoretical point of view of the HE into the more specific practical ‘operations’ in the metropolitan construction. A feedback mechanism follows after the initial establishment of the Metropolitan General Issues and Principles , where practical experience will be reflected in the theoretical body of the Metropolitan Discipline, taking into consideration the local environment, community, wealth, governance and culture dimension. IO4: TELLme HUB Leading Partner: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) In order to provide digital competence to the HEI instructors for both communication and utilization of new tools, the TELLme HUB works as the digital platform of the discipline. It does not only work as a sharing device of amongst the participants but also promotes a new way of building the collective knowledge through digital tools. TELLme HUB is a spatial, scalable data infrastructure that allows processing and editing the data. It is a Spatial Data Infrastructure(SDI) aimed at supporting the TELLme Training Labs and presenting the geospatial outcomes of the project in form of interactive maps. Moreover, it will be available to other HEIs, decision makers, authorities, and relevant stakeholders through OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) compliant web-services. IO5: TELLme Handbook Leading Partner: Politecnico di Milano The TELLme Handbook aims at illustrating the method of producing information layers of the metropolitan using dataset. The collected metadata will go through a data processing chain programmed based on the categories. It provides a geographical analysis methodology to deal with complex metropolitan issues. It also contains the theoretical framework of the data process together with the manual for the digital in order to enhance the technical competence of the users. It will be performed in order to provide guidance in using and updating the online platform TELLme HUB. IO6: TELLme Training Programme Guidelines Leading Partner: Fondazione Politecnico di Milano TELLme Training Programme Guidelines is the logical framework of the training program, providing the practical tools to bridge the gap between the Metropolitan General Issues and Principles and the Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis. It is composed of preliminary outline of the TELLme Training Lab and the assessment on the result of the labs. The Training Programme guideline promotes a non-formal learning aiming at building capacity founded on shared leadership, the introduction of transversal and managerial skills, and the ability to adapt the principles in local scale. The Training Lab simulates the Practice of the Metropolitan Discipline where HEIs and practitioners test the Metropolitan Approach with actual problems the cities bring to the table (MESA). The TELLme HUB accompanies the Programme Guidelines as the open database where the collective knowledge is created and shared. The defined result of the Guideline will be the foundation in building the Transversal Technical Competence. IO7: Transversal Technical Competences and Management Skills: Framework for the TELLme Training Program Leading Partner: DOBA The multidisciplinary components of the TELLme Training Programme, linked to the complexity of the field, envisage the need of enucleate and develop competences (both technical and transversal) as well as skills to be addressed in the training activities and clarified in their learning outcomes.The aim of the output is to facilitate the recognition and the transparency of the TELLme Training Programme learning outcomes through the identification, listing and definition of the technical and transversal competences needed for managing cities. In this sense, the Framework will contribute to enhance the transferability potential of the Programme. IO8: Inaugural Book Leading Partner: CIPPEC ​ The TELLme Inaugural book is the book that systematizes the Practice of Metropolitan Discipline Methodology to shape the Metropolitan space. The methodology demonstrates the translation of the Metropolitan General Principles derived from the theoretical texts into the localized issues discovered in the Metropolitan Existing Analysis. It uses the Operators as the methodological tool of translation in order to produce the operation of the Metropolitan Project Chart. The Tellme Inaugural book is the textbook that provides methodology translating the metropolitan principles (the metro-methodology) into the practice. Metropolitan Glossary Software Link Tools The Practice of Metropolitan Discipline Sustainability is a universal goal that needs to be reached not only in the environmental dimension but also in the social, cultural, economic, and institutional dimensions. This could be only dealt with a collective intelligence with a holistic framework and innovative tools. Tools

  • PARTNERS 1 | TELLme

    Top of Page PoliMI Fondazione di PoliMI Uni de Sevilla Uncuyo UAM Esta Uni de Guadalajara Cippec Doba CNR PoliMI The partnership is composed by 6 HEIs - Politecnico di Milano (Italy), Universidad de Sevilla (Spain), DOBA (Slovenia), Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina), Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana and Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), a University Foundation (Fondazione Politecnico di Milano - Italy), 2 NGOs (ESta, Italy and CIPPEC, Argentina), a Research Centre (CNR-IREA, Italy). Politecnico di Milano Politecnico di Milano School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering ​ Department of Architecture and Urban Studies Partner Organizations ANTONELLA CONTIN PoliMi Team coordinator MS[lab] Team coordinator Professor and Researcher antonella.contin@polimi.it SANDY JLYOON KIM Researcher jiyoon.kim@polimi.it ALESSANDRO MUSETTA Researcher alessandro.musetta@polimi.it Valentina Galiulo Researcher Valentina.galiulo@mail.polimi.it Iacopo Neri position email Marzia Di Fini position email Measures and Scales of Contemporary Cities Lab Coordinator: Antonella Contin antonella.contin@polimi.it ​ MS Lab is a research unit in the department of architecture and urban studies at the Politecnico di Milano. The lab has been and sharing the idea of ‘Metropolitan Approach to Complexity’ and ‘Practice of the Metropolitan Discipline’, emphasizing the process of constructing a new urban and architectural form that shapes the metropolitan territory. The metropolitan approach to complexity is the methodology to practice on the field of action of the metropolitan dimension. The role of the MSLab within the TELLme project courses is to share knowledge on the metropolitan approach, alternative to land-use planning approach, and discuss needs, values and possibilities on projects with academics, civil servants, and local In this framework, the relevance of investing in the public realm and civic robustness is focused on how to orient mapping efforts to get strategic in structuring city growth. Giulia Tagliente position email Fondazione Politecnico di Milano ​ Fondazione Politecnico di Milano The Lifelong Learning, Social Responsibility and Digital Learning and Collaboration Unit ​ The Lifelong Learning, Social Responsibility and Digital Learning and Collaboration Unit at Fondazione Politecnico di Milano (FPM) supports innovation processes in education and training and promotes continuous skill development as essential to build a knowledge-based economy enabling critical professional and organizational changes. It covers a range of activities aiming at recognizing and upgrading skills acquired through life, social, and work contexts; developing and promoting e-collaboration and e-learning with innovative processes and methodologies; stimulating and encouraging multidisciplinary approaches attentive to human and social development; and promoting responsible practices of sustainable and equitable development in local and international settings. ​ Within the TELLme project, FPM main role is to transfer its expertise into the development of the TELLme Training Programme Guideline (O6) and to collaborate in building the framework of the transversal and managerial competences acquired during the training activities (O7). FPM is contributing to the overall theoretical framework of the Metropolitan Architecture Discipline under the epistemological perspective. STEFANO SANNA Researcher stefano.sanna@fondazione.polimi.it PATRIZIA GIORDANO Project Manager patrizia.giordano@polimi.it Fondazione Politecnico di Milano Fondazione di PoliMI Universidad de Sevilla Universidad de Sevilla Master in Sustainable City and Architecture (MCAS) Coordinator: Domingo Sánchez Fuentes dsanchez@us.es MCAS provides for professionals, administration, technicians and future researchers, advanced and transdisciplinary training in Sustainability, aimed at the regeneration of the City and Architecture. Its studies are distinguished by its cultural and reflective framework, and by a pioneering technical offer, which decisively anticipates the pressures enduring sustainability as a discipline. The Seville TELLme Team interweaves three departments at Higher Technical School of Architecture, University of Seville, Spain: Urbanistics and Land Management; History, Theory and Composition in Architecture; Building Structures and Geotechnical Engineering in addition to experts belonging to the Andalusian Historical Heritage Institute, converging all of them at MCAS of the University of Seville. The role at TELLme project consists of taking care of ecological and social issues, in special on cohesion and equity for emerging new metropolitan areas. CARLOS TAPLA MARTIN Professor and Researcher tava@us.es DOMINGO SANCEZ FUENNTES Seville Team coordinator Professor and Researcher dsanchez@us.es PEDRO GORGOLAS MARTIN Professor and Researcher pedrogorgolas@gmail.com BIANCA del ESPINO HIDALGO Professor and Researcher bdelespino@us.es EMILIO MASCORT ALBEA Professor and Researcher emilio.mascort@gmail.com Uni de Sevilla Uncuyo Universidad Nacional de Cuyo Universidad Nacional de Cuyo GABRIELA PASTOR Mendoza Team Coordinator Professor and Researcher gpastor@mendoza-conicet.gob.ar LAURA TORRES Mendoza Team Coordinator Professor and Researcher ltorres@mendoza-conicet.gob.ar Research Unit ​ Mendoza TELLme Team is an interdisciplinary and interinstitutional group that brings together researchers from different academic units (Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Education) of the National University of Cuyo and also of the Argentine Institute of Arid Zones Research (IADIZA), executing unit of CONICET. The group investigates the transformations of the territories and their affections to rurality from the point of view of the social sciences studying landscapes, heritages and social reproduction. The Mendoza case of study introduces in the TELLme Project the particular expression of the metropolitan territories of dry lands. The irrigated areas -also called rural and urban "oasis"- and the non-irrigated ones are testimonies of the process of decisions made in the construction of the territory by control of access and use of water. The Mendoza case is highly significant to provide specific categories in the understanding and decision making within the framework of metropolitan projects in dry land contexts. FRANCO MARCHIONNI Researcher fmarchionni@mendoza-conicet.gob.ar EMILIA AGNEGNI Researcher eagneni@mendoza-conicet.gob.ar CATALINA BOATO Students catalinaboato@gmail.com LUCIO MARINSALDA Students luciomarinsaldapastor@gmail.com RACHID SAR SAR Students rachidsarsars3@gmail.com DANIEL DE LUCÍA Financial Officer ddelucia@uncu.edu.ar Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Research Unit ​ Mendoza TELLme Team is an interdisciplinary and interinstitutional group that brings together researchers from different academic units (Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Education) of the National University of Cuyo and also of the Argentine Institute of Arid Zones Research (IADIZA), executing unit of CONICET. The group investigates the transformations of the territories and their affections to rurality from the point of view of the social sciences studying landscapes, heritages and social reproduction. The Mendoza case of study introduces in the TELLme Project the particular expression of the metropolitan territories of dry lands. The irrigated areas -also called rural and urban "oasis"- and the non-irrigated ones are testimonies of the process of decisions made in the construction of the territory by control of access and use of water. The Mendoza case is highly significant to provide specific categories in the understanding and decision making within the framework of metropolitan projects in dry land contexts. SAÚL ALCÁNTARA Professor and Researcher tava@us.es TERESA OCEJO UAM Team Coordinator dsanchez@us.es JOSÉ CASTRO Professor and Researcher pedrogorgolas@gmail.com UAM Esta Esta Economia e Sostenibilità MASSIMILLIANO LEPRATTI ESTA Team Coordinator massimiliano.lepratti@assesta.it ANDREA CALORI position andrea.calori@assesta.it FRANCESCA FEDERICI position francesca.federici@assesta.it NGO Coordinator: Massimiliano Lepratti massimiliano.lepratti@assesta.it ​ Mendoza TELLme Team is an interdisciplinary and interinstitutional group that brings together researchers from different academic units (Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Education) of the National University of Cuyo and also of the Argentine Institute of Arid Zones Research (IADIZA), executing unit of CONICET. The group investigates the transformations of the territories and their affections to rurality from the point of view of the social sciences studying landscapes, heritages and social reproduction. The Mendoza case of study introduces in the TELLme Project the particular expression of the metropolitan territories of dry lands. The irrigated areas -also called rural and urban "oasis"- and the non-irrigated ones are testimonies of the process of decisions made in the construction of the territory by control of access and use of water. The Mendoza case is highly significant to provide specific categories in the understanding and decision making within the framework of metropolitan projects in dry land contexts. Esta Uni de Guadalajara Universidad de Guadalajara The Research and Post graduate Coordination The Research and Postgraduate Coordination is the responsible unit for researchers and research groups. Among other activities, this coordination is the link between higher local, national and international bodies that promote research and support the processes of training and development of researchers, as well as promoting disciplinary and teaching update courses. ​ The Research and Postgraduate Coordination has registered the TELLme Project and the researchers and technicians that participate in it, and when it is required, it informs to higher investigation instances, of the activities that are developed in relation to this project. RUBÈN MÀRQUEZ RIZO Researcher rubenmarquitectura@hotmail.com OLGA ClLARISA BECERA MERCADO Researcher olga.becerra@cuaad.udg.mx RAMÒN REYES RODRIGUEZ Guadalajara Team Coordinator Professor and Researcher ramon.reyes@cuaad.udg.mx SOCORRO CAMACHO GARCIA Researcher socorro.camacho@academicos.udg.mx Universidad de Guadalajara Cippec Cippec Cippec Doba Doba DOBA CNR Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

  • TRAINING | TELLme

    Objectives Metropolitan Curriculum Through hybrid configurations of leadership, the metropolitan discipline is like a “third space” in which it’s possible to engage HEI professors and stakeholders in truly authentic learning activities (assisted by rapid advances in digital technology).The way of conceiving the metropolitan training programme is completely new as it is based on a learning-by-doing methodology that allows knowledge building participation process where the HEI teachers can benefit from the awareness of the specific needs and objectives that the stakeholders – and civil servants in particular – will be able to express. The students, professors and professionals will work together in order to share ideas and discuss pioneering solutions for the problems of managing contemporary metropolis. The metropolitan training programme will define a broader disciplinary framework where different skills and competences will be provided and brought together by a common metropolitan interest. We expect that the participants will accomplish better understanding of the complexity of cities, identifying successful practices that could be transferred to other metropolitan areas, and introducing the debate about the need for a new metropolitan discipline accounting for management approaches to the large urban scale. Training 01 Objectives The Tellme Training is designed as an interdisciplinary course. The complexity of the city design today combines a high number of diverse disciplines that all contribute to form the body of knowledge necessary to act in the territorial and urban environment. Built and Natural Environment, Economics, Law, Governance and Sociology are all tools to be used by the developer in the process of decision-making. The aim of the interdisciplinary approach is providing the participants with additional knowledge of subjects that have not been studied in their previous disciplinary profile. It is not intended to give participants the education level equivalent to a discipline that has not studied, but that they are able to understand the mechanisms of the subjects, which are not primarily theirs. And understand that priorities are set different when coming from a different discipline – they should learn to think “out of their box’ and have some inside views in other boxes”. The training course aims to equip participants with the ability to articulate a dialogue/narrative on all subjects that make up the framework of metropolitan project and be able to integrate the overall urbanization process in their strategic plans. Since teaching and learning the metropolitan disciplinary curriculum is not static, it is considered an open topic. The curriculum follows the intentions and the general indications of the discipline, defines the competences and the learning goals. It integrates and not only sums different and complex disciplinary knowledge. Therefore, its purpose is not to replicate the knowledge that already has been imparted by sector during a master course, but will underline the elaboration of a model of integration between the various issues addressed. In short, the goal is to properly train the metropolitan groups rather than giving lessons on techniques and skills that become obsolete in a few years. It results in civil servants and stakeholders’ positive attitude towards the uncertainty and complexity of the physical and social scenarios of the metropolitan dimension. Standardized and regular programs of knowledge that communicate invariant content are no longer suitable to the rapid changes. Moreover, the professional and conventional technicians alone are no longer appropriate. The metropolitan discipline allows acquiring a capacity for integrated visions and thought. It is necessary to learn how to select the required information in order to understand the priorities that are not only effective today but are valid and sustainable in the long time span. Training 02 Metropolitan Curriculum Metropolitan Curriculum

  • Lab | TELLme

    Guadalajara Mendoza Training Lab Guadalajara (Messico) Mendoza Mendoza (Argentina) LESSONS LESSONS

  • PROJECT | TELLme

    Top of Page Program Outputs Tools Program The TELLme Project aims at providing competence to the HEIs while building up a community of practice with an integral approach, where the collective intelligence is formed through non-formal and peer-to-peer learning. The main target group of the TELLme Project is the HEIs since they are the key actors capable of carrying on advocating the methodology and training the future generation of the discipline. They have the potential of building the core knowledge of the community of Practice of Discipline in the transnational level, while acting as stimulating the public administration in the local level. The Universities will bring their expertise and research work on the metropolitan management, comparing metropolitan key studies, in particular, in the cities that are experiencing and dealing with the metropolitan management issues. 2017 Kick-Off Zero Meeting 2018 Initial Project Seminar_Seville 2019 Training Lab_Guadalajara Training Lab_Mendoza IO1 MESA (Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis) IO2 Metropolitan Glossary IO3 Integrated Approach to Metropolitan Complexity IO4 TELLme HUB IO5 TELLme Handbook IO6 TELLme Training Program IO7 Transversal Technical Competences and Management Skills: Framework for the TELLme Training Programme IO8 Inaugural Book Outputs Tools Metropolitan Glossary TELLme HUB A first phase of Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis will assess the reality from the perspective of metropolitan complexity. Using specific legends related to metropolitan issues, partners will produce the Interpretative Maps of Impact Scenarios. Mapping is one of the main method of the discipline, allowing us to understand and address the metropolitan context and issues in physical forms. Simultaneously, the production of Metropolitan Glossary will begins in order to provide a precise language to describe the relation of terms that build up the concepts of the new discipline. Starting from the Initial Project Seminar in Seville, the partners discuss the outcomes of the activities to frame the Metropolitan Approach to Complexity with the definition of the Metropolitan General Issues and Principles (MGIP) . This theoretical framework is applied in the TELLme Training Programme Guidelines , the shared instructions for the Train Lab activity. It will introduce Transversal Technical Competences and Management Skills Framework for the metropolitan leaders. Two TELLme Training Labs in Mendoza (Argentina) and Guadalajara (Mexico) are the piloting of this Training Programme. As a result, TELLme Training Labs activities will produce the local Metropolitan Chart of Projects, a map representing the integrated impact on the territory of proposed metropolitan projects. The TELLme Metropolitan Hub is an online-platform for collecting and sharing knowledge both supporting the TELLme Project activities and finally disseminating its results to reach new stakeholders. The Virtual Lab is part of the Hub where the Interpretative Mappings are digitized for sharing and distribution. The TELLme Handbook is both the manual of the Hub and the theoretical description of the process. Based on the results of the previous activities, the Inaugural Book systematizes the Practice of the Metropolitan Discipline Methodology shaping the Metropolitan space. It presents the logical framework of concepts needed to understand the complexity of the metropolitan context and the related methodology. Program Program Outputs IO1: MESA (Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis) Leading Partner: Universidad de Seville The Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis is the process of reading, understanding, and interpreting metropolitan contexts using a new set of tools which we call ‘Interpretative Maps of Impact Scenarios Analysis.’ This process provides us with a deeper understanding of the complexity of metropolitan contexts and the relation with the territory where they are located. This detailed field analysis is necessary to lay the foundations of the new Metropolitan Discipline allowing the manageable growth of a metropolis that is an essential part of the overall sustainable development of a country. Output IO2: Metropolitan Glossary Leading Partner: Universidad de Guadalajara The aim of the Metropolitan Glossary is to define the concepts of the new discipline more than defining the individual words. The Metropolitan Discipline is bringing various issues that are transversal rather than sectoral. Therefore, reaching an agreement on the words used to describe complex issues touching various fields is a challenging yet mandatory activity. A collection of Semantic Maps is the main output of this activity. It is a visual mapping of concepts that are mandatory in the metropolitan discipline. A descriptive text will accompany the maps to complete the Metropolitan Glossary. The text is the record of the evolution of the maps as the project develops throughout the project. It will be shared online in the end of the program, allowing people to search and contribute further in the development of the glossary. IO3: Integrated Approach to Metropolitan Complexity Leading Partner: Politecnico di Milano The TELLme Metropolitan Approach to Complexity aims at communicating the need of a metropolitan vision with a multidisciplinary perspective moving away from a traditional urban goal of efficiency. It is a way to translate the general and theoretical point of view of the HE into the more specific practical ‘operations’ in the metropolitan construction. A feedback mechanism follows after the initial establishment of the Metropolitan General Issues and Principles , where practical experience will be reflected in the theoretical body of the Metropolitan Discipline, taking into consideration the local environment, community, wealth, governance and culture dimension. IO4: TELLme HUB Leading Partner: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) In order to provide digital competence to the HEI instructors for both communication and utilization of new tools, the TELLme HUB works as the digital platform of the discipline. It does not only work as a sharing device of amongst the participants but also promotes a new way of building the collective knowledge through digital tools. TELLme HUB is a spatial, scalable data infrastructure that allows processing and editing the data. It is a Spatial Data Infrastructure(SDI) aimed at supporting the TELLme Training Labs and presenting the geospatial outcomes of the project in form of interactive maps. Moreover, it will be available to other HEIs, decision makers, authorities, and relevant stakeholders through OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) compliant web-services. IO5: TELLme Handbook Leading Partner: Politecnico di Milano The TELLme Handbook aims at illustrating the method of producing information layers of the metropolitan using dataset. The collected metadata will go through a data processing chain programmed based on the categories. It provides a geographical analysis methodology to deal with complex metropolitan issues. It also contains the theoretical framework of the data process together with the manual for the digital in order to enhance the technical competence of the users. It will be performed in order to provide guidance in using and updating the online platform TELLme HUB. IO6: TELLme Training Programme Guidelines Leading Partner: Fondazione Politecnico di Milano TELLme Training Programme Guidelines is the logical framework of the training program, providing the practical tools to bridge the gap between the Metropolitan General Issues and Principles and the Metropolitan Existing Situation Analysis. It is composed of preliminary outline of the TELLme Training Lab and the assessment on the result of the labs. The Training Programme guideline promotes a non-formal learning aiming at building capacity founded on shared leadership, the introduction of transversal and managerial skills, and the ability to adapt the principles in local scale. The Training Lab simulates the Practice of the Metropolitan Discipline where HEIs and practitioners test the Metropolitan Approach with actual problems the cities bring to the table (MESA). The TELLme HUB accompanies the Programme Guidelines as the open database where the collective knowledge is created and shared. The defined result of the Guideline will be the foundation in building the Transversal Technical Competence. IO7: Transversal Technical Competences and Management Skills: Framework for the TELLme Training Program Leading Partner: DOBA The multidisciplinary components of the TELLme Training Programme, linked to the complexity of the field, envisage the need of enucleate and develop competences (both technical and transversal) as well as skills to be addressed in the training activities and clarified in their learning outcomes.The aim of the output is to facilitate the recognition and the transparency of the TELLme Training Programme learning outcomes through the identification, listing and definition of the technical and transversal competences needed for managing cities. In this sense, the Framework will contribute to enhance the transferability potential of the Programme. IO8: Inaugural Book Leading Partner: CIPPEC ​ The TELLme Inaugural book is the book that systematizes the Practice of Metropolitan Discipline Methodology to shape the Metropolitan space. The methodology demonstrates the translation of the Metropolitan General Principles derived from the theoretical texts into the localized issues discovered in the Metropolitan Existing Analysis. It uses the Operators as the methodological tool of translation in order to produce the operation of the Metropolitan Project Chart. The Tellme Inaugural book is the textbook that provides methodology translating the metropolitan principles (the metro-methodology) into the practice. Metropolitan Glossary Software Link Tools The Practice of Metropolitan Discipline Sustainability is a universal goal that needs to be reached not only in the environmental dimension but also in the social, cultural, economic, and institutional dimensions. This could be only dealt with a collective intelligence with a holistic framework and innovative tools. Tools

  • Milano | TELLme

    Urban Metabolism Borders Unite of Landscape Green Gray Risk Metropolitan DNA Risk Nature Enviromental Justice Ecosystem Service Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Urban Metabolism Urban Metabolism M 50.000 with legend Urban Metabolism L 150.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Borders Borders Borders M 50.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Unite of Landscape Unite of Landscape Unite of landscape L 150.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Green Gray Green Gray Green Gray M 60.000 with legend Green Gray l 150.000 with legend Green Gray XL 400.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Risk Metropolitan DNA Risk Metropolitan DNA Risk Metropolitan DNA L 150.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Risk Nature Risk Nature Risk Nature XL 400.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Enviromental Justice Enviromental Justice Enviromental Justice M 60.000 with legend Enviromental Justice L 150.000 with legend Milano PROTOCOL MAPS: Ecosystem Service Ecosystem Service Ecosystem Service L 150.000 with legend

  • TELLme | Metropolitan architecture | Research

    Training for Education, Learning, and Leadership towards a new MEtropolitan discipline THE PROJECT An integrated approach to metropolitan complexity and sustainable development Read More

  • Copia di Milano | TELLme

    Green - Grey Infrastructure Risk Nature - Risk Metropolitan DNA Urban Metabolism Evironmental Justice Eco S - Unit of Landscape Borders PROTOCOL MAPS Green- Grey Infrastructure Protocol Maps XL , L, M Risk Nature and Risk Metropolitan DNA Protocol Maps XL, L Risk Nature - Risk Metropolitan DNA Urban Metabolism Protocol Maps L, M Urban Metabolism Environmental Justice Protocol Maps L, M Ecosystem Services and Unit of Landscape Protocol Maps L Evironmental Justice Borders Protocol Map L Eco S - Unit of Landscape Borders Enviromental Justice Ecosystem Service

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