No. 2 (2022): Preventive urbanism. Researches and Practices for Healthier Cities
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Città a misura di studenti Il Living Lab come abilitatore nel progetto Puglia Regione Universitaria

Silvia Calò
Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Innovazione, Università del Salento
Giuseppe Curci
Dipartimento Scienze Giuridiche e dell’impresa, Università Lum Giuseppe Degennaro
Cristina Danisi
Dipartimento ArCoD (Architettura, Costruzione e Design), Politecnico di Bari
Velia A. Polito
Dipartimento DIRIUM (Ricerca e Innovazione Umanistica), Università degli Studi di Bari
Antonella Santoro
Dipartimento ArCoD (Architettura, Costruzione e Design), Politecnico di Bari
Miriana Tempesta
Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Innovazione, Università del Salento 
Angelica Triggiano 
Dipartimento ArCoD (Architettura, Costruzione e Design), Politecnico di Bari 
Giovanna Mangialardi
Dipartimento ArCoD (Architettura, Costruzione e Design), Politecnico di Bari 
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Published December 31, 2022
Keywords
  • cities and universities,
  • right to study,
  • focus group
How to Cite
Calò, S., Curci , G., Danisi, C., Polito, V. A., Santoro, A., Tempesta, M., Triggiano , A., & Mangialardi, G. (2022). Città a misura di studenti Il Living Lab come abilitatore nel progetto Puglia Regione Universitaria. Contesti. Città, Territori, Progetti, (2), 173-192. Retrieved from https://oajournals.fupress.net/index.php/contesti/article/view/14183

Abstract

The contribution presents the results gathered at the F.U.C.I. National Congress, during which the Living Lab methodology was tested through focus groups with university students from a national audience to collect feedback on the innovation of the right to study in urban contexts. The reflections took place within the “Puglia Regione Universitaria: studying and living in welcoming and sustainable cities” project, whose goal is to build shared and participatory planning, policies, and interventions aimed at improving the relationship between the university and urban systems. The aim is to assess whether and how the Living Lab methodology can facilitate student involvement in innovating the right to study and reshaping the relationship between the city and the university. The many feedbacks received and the high level of student involvement may encourage research centres, government departments, and universities to use the adopted methodology to gather suggestions from and for students to make cities liveable and student-friendly.

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