Created by:  University of Geneva

  • Christian Bréthaut

    Taught by:  Christian Bréthaut, Dr.

    Institut des sciences de l'environnement, Université de Genève

  • Géraldine Pflieger

    Taught by:  Géraldine Pflieger, Professeure associée

    Institut de Gouvernance de l'Environnement et de Développement Territorial
Commitment5 weeks of study, 1-3 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
4.4 stars
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Trabajo del curso
Trabajo del curso

Cada curso es como un libro de texto interactivo, con videos pregrabados, cuestionarios y proyectos.

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Creators
University of Geneva
Founded in 1559, the University of Geneva (UNIGE) is one of Europe's leading universities. Devoted to research, education and dialogue, the UNIGE shares the international calling of its host city, Geneva, a centre of international and multicultural activities with a venerable cosmopolitan tradition.
Ratings and Reviews
Rated 4.4 out of 5 of 196 ratings

This course is very insteresting because the professors give us many examples of how policies of water management are developing in diferent cpuntries.

An interesting course with some good introductory content. The mix of videos in French language with subtitles and handouts in English is a little awkward. As an English speaker I relied almost entirely on downloading and reading the transcripts, rather than watching the videos.

A few suggestions:

1) The wording of quiz questions should be reviewed as it was confusing/unclear (probably a translation issue) and made it very difficult to pass Module 2.

2) Recommend to also reduce the file size of some handouts (>20MB).

3) The course would benefit from some additional reading materials. Not too much, but a few more short, relevant articles or reports.

Water resource management issue in different regime.

Great learning