An eLearning approach for improving household water efficiency

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The increase of available data on household water consumption is expected to bring a new awareness of household water practices. Such awareness needs to be further supported by customized advice to the household. This paper presents the development of a Moodle-based eLearning platform that aims to support end-users to understand, manage and hopefully change their water and energy consumption profile. The paper presents the structure and components of the platform, including, inter alia, FAQ's, quizzes and tips whereas more focus is given on the two most advanced web application for the exploration of domestic water demand profile. The course structure is further informed by a qualitative survey on customers' cognition on the use of web services.




Kossieris, P., Panayiotakis, A., Tzouka, K., Gerakopoulou, P., Rozos, E., & Makropoulos, C. (2014). An eLearning approach for improving household water efficiency. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 89, pp. 1113–1119). Elsevier Ltd.

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