Knowledge transfer and spatial data management

MLC is committed to effective knowledge management and exchange – both in dissemination of its own outputs and in helping to empower disadvantaged communities through better access to knowledge resources.

Connecting Flights: Architectural Links (2002 - 2003)

The project focuses on an architectural exchange programme between TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi, India, and the University of Westminster, London, UK. Cross-national interaction builds the teachers’ capacity to teach students from a wide cultural background. The process attracted the attention and financial support of other organizations such as the British Council.

Improving Knowledge Transfer (1998 - 2001)

The DFID-funded research drew on the experience of the international development research community to improve research communication between the researcher and the principle interest groups in the urban development process. The emphasis is on how the poor learn and communicate, and the ways in which they could access existing and new knowledge on community development. The research resulted in a series of web-based and printed guidance notes.

3D miniature city project.

Our approach

The inspiration and tradition behind our work.

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