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RUVIVAL produces open access e-learning material concerned with restoring degraded areas and creating new, not just inhabitable, but livable spaces.

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RUVIVAL produces e-learning material concerned with sustainable rural development. The project exists since 2016 as part of the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). The RUVIVAL Team produces the material at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The aim is to spread knowledge on sustainable practices. This e-learning website gives you the tools to implement sustainable practices in the area of sanitation, water and soil conservation. You will find our guiding principles in our mission statement. For a glimpse into how RUVIVAL is created, have a look at our Making of RUVIVAL Section.

The RUVIVAL logo symbolises the reviving of rural areas, especially areas suffering from erosion. Rural areas harbour one of the most vital resources as healthy soil is the foundation for food production and agricultural practices are intertwined with the health of our water bodies.

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Lecture

The multimedia lectures are envisioned as a virtual classroom, where students attend the lectures given by guest lecturers. During the lectures, students have the opportunity to test their knowledge in short quizzes. Lectures are usually concerned with broader and more interconnected topics and designed to provide you with comprehensive knowledge on various topics related to rural development and reviving the rural.

Toolbox

The Toolbox contains knowledge and methods to revive the land, use synergies and develop degraded rural settings. Each entity in the Toolbox consists of a video and a short summary introducing the topic, a literature review for a more in depth insight into the topic, as well as a quiz to test your knowledge on the subject. These publications are a result of collaboration with Master students, PhD students and researchers at the Hamburg University of Technology. They are concerned with restoring degraded areas and creating new, not just inhabitable, but liveable spaces. Furthermore, each toolbox contains a variety of other tools like calculators, manuals, handbooks or a database according to the topic.

Making of

The Making of section is a peek behind the scenes of RUVIVAL. Here you learn more about the RUVIVAL team and how we work. Also, you can gain insight into how we produce Open Educational Resources (OERs), the annual simulation game, and other materials.

Community Project

The RUVIVAL community connects people for knowledge exchange and practical experience. You can contribute here to develop the material we publish further by adding context, pictures and ideas.

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Lernziele

RUVIVAL produces e-learning material concerned with sustainable rural development. The project exists since 2016 as part of the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). The RUVIVAL Team produces the material at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The aim is to spread knowledge on sustainable practices. This e-learning project gives you the tools to implement sustainable practices in the area of sanitation, water and soil conservation.

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Veröffentlicht am December 16, 2020

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Dr. Ruth Schaldach, RUVIVAL Team, Fuzhi Yao, Birthe Hohm, Claudia Lasprilla Pina, Rahel Birhanu Kassaye, Ahmad al Baff, Alejandro Gonzalez Alvarez, Sing Yee Ho, Berenice Lopez Mendez, Valerie Mehl, Julia Möller, Ayodeji Oloruntoba, Mykyta Riabchynskyi, Sumbal Tasawwar, Jorrit Specker, Katharina Dähn, Athul Bharadwaj, Ilse Gutierrez, Pranav Sharma, María Alejandra Tibaquirá, Nicola van Elten, Zhuoheng Chen, Dr. Caroline Ajonina, Antonio Seoane Dominguez, Tavseef Mairaj Shah, newTree, Usama Khalid, Benedikt Buchspies, Tina Carmesin, Carla Orozco Garcia, Dario Fröndhoff, Andrea Munoz Ardila, Maria Monina Orlina, Dr. -Ing. Joachim Behrendt, Maryeluz Rueda, Mascha Bandow, Marcel Busch, Melanie Busch, Nils Ole Cunow, Nele Wittwer, Julia Stümpel, Banu Sengül, Wilhelm Lotze, Felix Leuner, Emil Regelski, Shivam Rai, Kevin Bobert, Stefan Hügel, Isidora Vrbavac, Giovanni Timillero, Alvaro Rigel Gallegos Rivero, Nina Wandel, Robin Kulpa, Richa Rajoriya, Dominik Kettig, Thu Zar Aung, Samuel Duval, Lukas Schreiner, Marwin Krull, Manasa Suresh, cos(h)

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