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MIT OpenCourseWare: Introduction to Urban Design and Development, Spring 2006

Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, the site provides materials introducing how urban areas change over time, and the future of urban development. Topics include the history of American cities, ideal visions of the city, suburbs, urban design theory, zoning and environmental and community effects of urban development. The site provides extensive recommended readings, lecture notes, and several assignments, including a walking tour of Boston.

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Description Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, the site provides materials introducing how urban areas change over time, and the future of urban development. Topics include the history of American cities, ideal visions of the city, suburbs, urban design theory, zoning and environmental and community effects of urban development. The site provides extensive recommended readings, lecture notes, and several assignments, including a walking tour of Boston.
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Source Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for Energy and the Environment
Keyword Educational resources; Instructional resources
Selector Conlin
Date Of Record Creation 2004-09-07 14:15:30
Date Last Modified 2010-10-10 22:46:01
Creator Vale, Lawrence
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-09-07 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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