- To understand the interdisciplinary nature of the human ecology approach
- Study environmental and sustainability questions as they relate to the player’s who confront real concerns, concrete projects and risks that must be managed.
- Become familiar with e-learning and the learning tools that accompany it.
Definition of human ecology
Environment - Society - Development: player’s interrelations and logic
Analysis of key concepts and principles (environment, systems, players, etc.)
Thoughts on need-based human ecology
Analysis of methodological concepts and principles (regulation, needs, sustainability)
The Organization page provides useful information (calendar, duration, communication tools, contact).The Learning steps page helps you go through the various steps in this web-based teaching. The Schedule page gives the detailed planning of the sessions. It shows the activities you are going to perform. The General References page includes major reference manuals and websites related to this brick.
Find out more at the University of Geneva's Human Ecology website.
Nicole Efrancey, Human Ecology Group, Environmental Sciences, University of Geneva
The Human Ecology course starting date: October.
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