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Freshwater Vitality, Ecosystem Services, Governance and Stakeholders
Step 0. Have you already created an account to access IHE Delft Open Education?If you created an account to access one of our open courses in the past, you can use the same username and password to login. Then, go to Step 2 - Register/Enrol Yourself in the Course.
If you created an account in the past, but forgot your password, click on “Forgot Password?”.
Click on Create New Account, fill in your username, password etc., an 'account confirmation' email will be sent to you (check also in your spam e-mailbox, particularly if you have a Gmail account), use the 'web address' received to confirm your new account
and login using your username and password
Click on the title, click on 'Enrol me in this course' (under the arrow in the upper right side/below your username), click on 'Enrol me' in the page 'Enrolment options' to complete the process (the course coordinator will send you an 'welcome' email
and your name will be listed as course participant).
H2020 Project funded
Start date: 9 July 2021
End date: 14 July 2021
Start: 4 March 2021 - WTD design, operation and maintenance
Resource management and regional policies; WEF Nexus assessments; Networking and mentoring
ToT2 – FAO WaPOR for Water Productivity - Part 1
WaterPIP ToT1 – Spatial analysis for
agricultural applications using open source tools
Iraq OKP project - Training on Monitoring Water Productivity Using Remote Sensing for Efficient Water Management (07-19 April 2021)
Start: 02 March 2021
- Science Communication, Media, Water Diplomacy
online tailor made training (proj.nr. 109979)
Portail FAO WaPOR, comptabilité de l'eau
FAO WaPOR portal, water accounting
Télédétection, SIG, productivité de l'eau
Science des débit environnementaux, méthodologies et mise en œuvre
Gestion de l'eau, gouvernance de l'eau, genre et inclusion
Water management, water governance, gender and inclusion
modeling, Erosion management, Senegal
online seminars are organised on behalf of the River Basin Development chair
group, within the Water Resources and Ecosystems department. In
these seminars, we welcome some of our international colleagues to present their
pioneering research activities and expand over other streamlined education activities carried out in IHE Delft.
GIS, QGIS, hydrological applications, cartography
Environmental flows science, methodologies, and implementation
Iraq OKP project - Training on Water Productivity and Water Accounting
For many studies models are used or developed. During modelling courses not much attention is paid to the preprocessing of input data and parameters needed for the models. A lot of open source software is available for this purpose. Besides desktop tools with graphical user interfaces, scripting is very useful for processing large datasets and timeseries. With the skills learned in this course you will be able to more efficiently process your data and setup and improve your models.
Delta planning, delta management, vulnerability, protection
Irrigation, agriculture, development
Start: 02 June 2020
AA-MOOC#2, Water&Climate Change, Social Innovation
This course has been developed for the SADC Groundwater
Management Institute (SADC-GMI) in cooperation with IGRAC. The objective of this course is to train groundwater professionals to use GIS for groundwater applications. These skills are fundamental for
visualizing and analyzing groundwater data. It is also a prerequisite for
sharing groundwater data in online Spatial Data Infrastructure platforms like
the SADC Groundwater Information Portal (SADC-GIP).
The course is designed for hydrogeologists with basic GIS skills.
This course provides basic knowledge about MODFLOW and Model Muse, which can be used to develop, run, and post-process models. MODFLOW in Model Muse combines many of the capabilities found in MODFLOW 6, MODFLOW-2005, MODFLOW-NWT, MODFLOW-USG, and MODFLOW-LGR, and provides a platform for adding packages. No need to register, just follow the classes and webinars.
Exchange knowledge among DUPC2 partners about eLearning
Participants design an online course, plan its development & implementation
Saneamiento urbano, protección ambiental
This online course aims to enable you to develop practical skills to confidently engage with the media and effectively communicate your research and professional work. Although relevant to anyone wishing to improve their science communication, the course is most relevant to those working on science relating to the Nile Basin. It uses examples and case studies specifically relevant to those working in the Nile Basin and takes account of the particular sensitivities around communicating science in this area.
Urban water sanitation, environmental protection
Aims to increase awareness on climate change implications for water resources and uses in Africa.
Mitigation; Physical sciences; Climate action
Integrated Water Resources Management requires exchange of data and information among sectors. Often data is stored in files on harddisks, CD-ROMs or DVDs. This makes it hard to find the data. In addition, metadata is often lacking, which makes it hard to evaluate the quality of the data and to reuse the data.
This is a crash course for trainers in projects where online trainings have to be implemented. It covers the didactics and the design of online trainings.
Training on Performance Based Contracting
This OpenCourseWare is directed to chemical and environmental engineers and scientists working in the urban or industrial water field and wanting to have a better grasp at the efficient dealing with water. For instance, this course will be of interest to participants who would like to get insights into cleaner production practices in process industries with emphasis in the fields of urban, municipal and industrial sanitation, resource recovery, process design and implementation.
Moodle, eLearning, tutorials
This course provides the tools to analyse policy and management challenges of decentralized (peri-)urban sanitation services, and to select and apply instruments and management approaches to address these challenges.
Environmental Flows, indicator SDG 6.4.2
This set gives an overview of the activities and involvement of IHE DELFT in the field of Faecal Sludge Management. Download the new eBook 'Faecal Sludge Management, systems approach for implementation and operation' below.
SIG, QGIS, applications hydrologiques, cartographie
The Spate Irrigation Network, with support from UNW-DPC and in cooperation with IHE DELFT, has produced this series of lectures on Spate Irrigation Systems.
The Computational Hydraulics course provides lecture notes, presentations and assignments related to the modelling of aquatic. The focus is on problems related to shallow water hydrodynamics and water quality, surges and groundwater. The course focuses in the development and analysis of numerical algorithms for fluid flow problems and the implementation of the computational methods on a PC.
Online courses require detailed planning, design, development and testing before delivery. This 6-week course covers the first steps of an online course development process: design & planning. Participants will design an online course and plan its development and implementation, interact with course participants by sharing ideas and providing feedback. An important goal is that this course can lead to further institutional initiatives in online education to increase its impact, with the support of DUPC2.