Welcome to IHE's 15th PhD symposium!
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?”.
Step 1. Create a New Account in the IHE Open Education website
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
Step 2. Register/enrol yourself in the course
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).
Collaboration for Sustainability:
Inter- and trans-disciplinary research to solve water-related issues
How to enrol: Log in with IHE OCW account then click on "Enrol me" under Self-enrolment option. If you don't have IHE OCW account yet, click on "Create new account". Complete the Sign-up form then log in with your new account. Then, follow the course link bit.do/waporocw to enrol.
Description: Water Productivity and Water Accounting using WaPOR is an open online course targeting practitioners and academicians who are working in water resources management and related fields and have interest in applying open access remote sensing data and other open data to assess the water resources situation and water productivity and the extent to which water productivity increases have an effect on different water users in a river basin context. The main focus of the course will be on WaPOR data (https://wapor.apps.fao.org/home/WAPOR_2/1) but the methodology is applicable to similar remote sensing products.