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Landscape Foundation Research Strategy research lecture and workshop, Wellington

Shaping a Home for place-based research - what are the priorities?

  • 8/04/2019 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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Landscape Foundation Research Strategy research lecture and workshop, Wellington

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taiao: whenua: kainga: taone
habitat: home: habitation: nature

SHAPING A HOME FOR PLACE-BASED RESEARCH
 
THE FIRST STEP: A RESEARCH STRATEGY
WHAT ARE THE PRIORITIES?

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  1. Flyer with workstream information - you will be asked to select your top four topics
  2. Introduction to workshop pdf outlining Research Strategy, 2019 inception workshop for action, A knowledge hub and research strategy for landscape, the NZ landscape research strategy :: process

COST:  Free, but registration is essential
 
Taiao, whenua, rural landscapes, cities, urban places – together, landscapes in the widest sense - are in constant change.

The issues facing us in the present occupy the day-to-day realities of professional practitioners, academics and communities.
Research is a key aspect of modern practice to understand change and look to the future, to provide an evidence base for decision makers.
A Research Hub is our vision - a system, a network and a database to support and coordinate research about landscape change.
A Research Strategy is the first step, to set the priorities for research that will populate a Hub.
 
Guest lecture and introduction from
Dr Julian Bolleter, Deputy Director, Australian Urban Design Research Centre

Hosted and curated by 
L/ Landscape Foundation

Venue:
VUW Vivian Street LT1, Wellington

In association with UDF, NZILA, Nga Aho

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