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O que você vai aprender

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    Re-imagine the street as a space for negotiation and social interaction

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    Compare and contrast the experience of cycling to the experience of driving and walking

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    Explore the historical development of Dutch cycling

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    Examine the reciprocal interactions between land use and transport and identify how cycling fits into these systems

Habilidades que você terá

ObservationUrban PlanningBicycle planningQualitative ResearchUrban design

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Programa - O que você aprenderá com este curso

Semana
1

Semana 1

4 horas para concluir

Week 1: A Historical Perspective

4 horas para concluir
7 vídeos (Total 38 mín.), 9 leituras, 8 testes
7 videos
Week 1 Intro: A Historical Perspective - Is cycling in the Dutch genes?3min
How the Dutch got their cycle paths6min
Paper discussion with Marco te Brömmelstroet1min
Why We Cycle: Egalitarian Society17min
Paper discussion with Marco te Brömmelstroet3min
Week 1 wrap-up with Pascal Boontje2min
9 leituras
Meet the team5min
Keep notes to prepare for your final assignment!3min
Content of Unraveling the Cycling City3min
First, a bit of history...5min
How Amsterdam became the bicycle capital of the world10min
Contested Spaces: Bicycle Lanes in Urban Europe, 1900-199545min
Top down or bottom up?5min
The Prime Minister bikes to work10min
The rise and decline of national habitus: Dutch cycling culture and the shaping of national similarity45min
8 exercícios práticos
Is cycling in the Dutch genes?5min
How the Dutch got their cycle paths5min
How Amsterdam became the bicycle capital of the world5min
Contested Spaces: Bicycle Lanes in Urban Europe, 1900-19955min
Why We Cycle: Egalitarian Society5min
The Prime Minister bikes to work5min
The rise and decline of national habitus: Dutch cycling culture and the shaping of national similarity5min
The Historical Perspective10min
Semana
2

Semana 2

4 horas para concluir

Week 2: The urban environment

4 horas para concluir
5 vídeos (Total 44 mín.), 7 leituras, 7 testes
5 videos
Why the Dutch ride bikes3min
Paper discussion with Luca Bertolini15min
Paper discussion with Lucas Harms18min
Week 2 wrap-up with Marco te Brömmelstroet2min
7 leituras
Cycling by the numbers3min
Comparing Cycling in European Countries20min
Urban development without more mobility by car – Lessons from Amsterdam, a multimodal urban region30min
Cycling, the long and short of it3min
Synergies from Improved Cycling-Transit Integration20min
As Easy As Riding A Bike: The Dutch supermarket10min
Spatial and social variations in cycling patterns in a mature cycling country exploring differences and trends30min
7 exercícios práticos
Why the Dutch ride bikes5min
Comparing Cycling in European Countries5min
Urban development without more mobility by car – Lessons from Amsterdam, a multimodal urban region5min
Synergies from Improved Cycling-Transit Integration5min
As Easy As Riding A Bike: The Dutch supermarket5min
Spatial and social variations in cycling patterns in a mature cycling country exploring differences and trends5min
The urban environment10min
Semana
3

Semana 3

4 horas para concluir

Week 3: The street within a network

4 horas para concluir
5 vídeos (Total 43 mín.), 8 leituras, 6 testes
5 videos
World's biggest bicycle study: The Bike Study Week in Amsterdam Region4min
Paper Discussion with George Liu18min
Presentation by George Liu13min
Week 3 wrap-up by Meredith Glaser2min
8 leituras
Behaviour on routes and at intersections3min
What happens if you turn off the traffic lights?10min
Urban Design: Is there a Distinctive View from the Bicycle?30min
Space, speed, and fairness3min
Arrogance of Space15min
Is there such a thing as a ‘fair’ distribution of road space?25min
Street design compared (optional)1min
Practitioners' perspective on user experience and design of cycle highways30min
6 exercícios práticos
World's biggest bicycle study: The Bike Study Week in Amsterdam Region5min
What happens if you turn off the traffic lights?5min
Urban Design: Is there a Distinctive View from the Bicycle?5min
Is there such a thing as a ‘fair’ distribution of road space?5min
Practitioners' perspective on user experience and design of cycle highways5min
The street within a network10min
Semana
4

Semana 4

4 horas para concluir

Week 4: The co-evolution of design and behavior

4 horas para concluir
7 vídeos (Total 39 mín.), 6 leituras, 7 testes
7 videos
Cyclists behaving badly - Understanding cyclist disobedience in Amsterdam6min
Paper Discussion with George Liu3min
Why We Cycle excerpt: Interaction15min
Paper Discussion with Marco te Brömmelstroet5min
Wrapping up Chapter 42min
Conclusion2min
6 leituras
Thinking critically about cyclist behavior and traffic rules3min
Giving way to deviant behaviour25min
Scofflaw bicycling: Illegal but rational45min
What is Social Capital?10min
The Handicap of a Head Start10min
Towards a pattern language for cycling environments: merging variables and narratives45min
7 exercícios práticos
Cyclists behaving badly - Understanding cyclist disobedience in Amsterdam5min
Giving way to deviant behavior8min
Scofflaw bicycling: Illegal but rational5min
Why We Cycle excerpt: Interaction5min
The Handicap of a Head Start5min
Towards a pattern language for cycling environments5min
The co-evolution of design and behaviour10min

Instrutores

Sobre Universidade de Amsterdã

A modern university with a rich history, the University of Amsterdam (UvA) traces its roots back to 1632, when the Golden Age school Athenaeum Illustre was established to train students in trade and philosophy. Today, with more than 30,000 students, 5,000 staff and 285 study programmes (Bachelor's and Master's), many of which are taught in English, and a budget of more than 600 million euros, it is one of the largest comprehensive universities in Europe. It is a member of the League of European Research Universities and also maintains intensive contact with other leading research universities around the world....

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