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Unit description

Introduces the Smart Liveable City concept. Participants are presented with real life case studies and will explore how their home cities can transition into the future. This unit is delivered by experts in the field with both academic and practical experience, including past and current mayors, councillors, administrators, and engineers of dynamic cities.

Unit content

Smart Liveable City concept

Cities for people

Engineering infrastructure and asset management in Smart Cities 

SMART vs INTELLIGENT Cities: How technology plays a role

Public private & people partnerships (PPPP)

Decision making and governance models

Service integration

Inclusive and sharing cities

Recreation and sports infrastructure

Innovation ecosystems

Revision and future research

Learning outcomes

Unit Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a unit. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes. The unit learning outcomes and graduate attributes are also the basis of evaluating prior learning.

GA1: Intellectual rigour, GA2: Creativity, GA3: Ethical practice, GA4: Knowledge of a discipline, GA5: Lifelong learning, GA6: Communication and social skills, GA7: Cultural competence
On completion of this unit, students should be able to:GA1GA2GA3GA4GA5GA6GA7
1critically analyse the Smart and Liveable Cities concept in the context of engineering, infrastructure and asset management Knowledge of a discipline
2demonstrate understanding of innovative and resilient decision making in engineering, infrastructure and asset management for Smart and Liveable CitiesLifelong learning
3actively engage with key stakeholders in developing creative and futuristic solutions for engineering, infrastructure and asset management based on contemporary case studiesCreativity
4demonstrate deep insights into cutting edge and futuristic business and governance ecosystems with a focus on public, private and people partnerships and other innovative models.CreativityKnowledge of a discipline

On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

  1. critically analyse the Smart and Liveable Cities concept in the context of engineering, infrastructure and asset management
    • GA4: Knowledge of a discipline
  2. demonstrate understanding of innovative and resilient decision making in engineering, infrastructure and asset management for Smart and Liveable Cities
    • GA5: Lifelong learning
  3. actively engage with key stakeholders in developing creative and futuristic solutions for engineering, infrastructure and asset management based on contemporary case studies
    • GA2: Creativity
  4. demonstrate deep insights into cutting edge and futuristic business and governance ecosystems with a focus on public, private and people partnerships and other innovative models.
    • GA2: Creativity
    • GA4: Knowledge of a discipline

Prescribed texts

  • Prescribed text information is not currently available.

  • McClellan, S, Jimenez, JA & Koutitas, G (eds), 2017, Smart Cities, 1st edn, Springer. ISBN: 9783319593807.
Prescribed texts may change in future study periods.

Teaching and assessment

Teaching method
Lecture online 1 hour (12 weeks)
Tutorial on-site 2 hours (12 weeks)
Assessment
Short written response10%
Journal40%
Presentation15%
Report35%

Teaching method
Lecture online 1 hour (12 weeks)
Tutorial on-site 2 hours (12 weeks)
Assessment
Short written response10%
Journal40%
Presentation15%
Report35%

Teaching method
Lecture online 1 hour (12 weeks)
Tutorial online 2 hours (12 weeks)
Assessment
Short written response10%
Journal40%
Presentation15%
Report35%

Teaching method
Lecture online 1 hour (12 weeks)
Tutorial on-site 2 hours (12 weeks)
Assessment
Short written response10%
Journal40%
Presentation15%
Report35%

Teaching method
Lecture online 1 hour (12 weeks)
Tutorial on-site 2 hours (12 weeks)
Assessment
Short written response10%
Journal40%
Presentation15%
Report35%
Notice

Intensive offerings may or may not be scheduled in every session. Please refer to the timetable for further details.

Southern Cross University employs different teaching methods within units to provide students with the flexibility to choose the mode of learning that best suits them. SCU academics strive to use the latest approaches and, as a result, the learning modes and materials may change. The most current information regarding a unit will be provided to enrolled students at the beginning of the study session.

Fee information

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International

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