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UTAS Teaching Matters 2012 - Bike Hub development under AOSIP

Student-focussed process for bike hub development from counting and surveying to data analysis, design and construction.
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Corey Peterson

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Transcript of UTAS Teaching Matters 2012 - Bike Hub development under AOSIP

academic-operations sustainability integration program
Bike Hub development
and AOSIP 2010-2012

Open to Talent 2012 and onwards...
UTAS COMMITMENT
Academic-Operations Sustainability Integration Program (AOSIP)
School of Architecture and Design & LARC
Design, Documentation and Development
Commercial Services and Development
Project Mgmt & Installation
Community of Practice
Education for Sustainability
“Future planning, design and management of our facilities will be guided by a vision of sustainability seeking to reduce environmental impacts, achieve economic efficiency, demonstrate social responsibility, and
enhance student experience
.”
Memoranda of Understanding
Proposal form
Feedback and Evaluation
DATA COLLECTION and ANALYSIS
FRAMEWORKS
Site Surveys
Design Visualisation
Campus Learning
Active Learning
Enquiry Based Learning
INFORM & CELEBRATE
PROMOTE
FINALISE
Corey Peterson (MSES, MPA), Sustainability Manager, Commercial Services and Development
BICYCLE-FOCUSSED SURVEY
Sustainability team
Prototyping
Design elements
KGA319 Making Sense of Climate Change
(10 students)
KDA 236 (nee KDA 383)
(26 students)
KDA 336 (nee KDA 384)
(24 students)
School of Geography and Environmental Studies
& Sustainability team
DELIVERY
Commercial Services & Development
Core
Active
Occasional
Peripheral /Transactional
UTAS AOSIP Project Team
SGES
SA&D
CSD/Sustainability
CSD/Built Environment
Bicycle Tasmania
Cycling South
CSD = Commercial Services and Development
SGES = School of Geography and Environmental Studies
SA&D = School of Architecture and Design
LARC = Launceston Assistance & Research Centre
Hobart City Council
Southern Water
Powercom
Construction3
LARC
Bike Hub Project CoP
STUDENT FEEDBACK
~ "I have learnt what a significant role data plays in regards to setting targets and evaluating performance when planning for sustainable transport outcomes and also how data supports sustainable planning decisions. Thank you!"
~ "...the most exciting part of the project was that my work is actually being used to support the Sustainable Transport Strategy, it felt very inspirational and made it feel like my work was being worthwhile for someone other than myself."
~ "I hope there will be plenty of new projects like this on the agenda in the future."
~ "I learned so many new skills and reinforced old ones ... I’ve also learned a lot about myself, my strengths, weaknesses and what I have to offer... I honestly believe LARC has put me in a better place to take on the rest of my course."
STAFF FEEDBACK
‘It is common for students to articulate a concern about the lack of “real world” problems in their tertiary education and there is clear enthusiasm for dealing with the somewhat mundane activities of designing bike lockers. What on the face of it appears to be a simple design and build exercise shows students the depth and breadth of issues associated with a “complete” project.’ Geoff Clark (SA&D)
"Our engagement with AOSIP has been exactly the sort of active, local learning opportunity that I have been searching for over the past several years. They were much more engaged in the theory and practical in the AOSIP-assisted practical in 2011 compared with the somewhat dry hypothetical practical of earlier years.” Dr. Emma Pharo (SGES)
ACTS Award of Excellence
State Govt funding
Events
On-site
(e.g., QR Code)
Design elements
Media
KGA223 Environmental Management

(20+ students)
KGA300 Environmental Research Project
(1)
KGA319 Making Sense of Climate Change
(14)
KGA519 Planning Project (
Masters
)
(2)
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