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 === (4) Questions for exam === === (4) Questions for exam ===
   - //Define and discuss the following concepts shortly: green IT, and greening through IT. Provide examples of each of them.// Similarly to what it was done in the first seminar of the course when the concepts were new for must of students, through this questions it would be expected that the student reflects how much their concepts have changed compared to what they knew at the beginning of the course.   - //Define and discuss the following concepts shortly: green IT, and greening through IT. Provide examples of each of them.// Similarly to what it was done in the first seminar of the course when the concepts were new for must of students, through this questions it would be expected that the student reflects how much their concepts have changed compared to what they knew at the beginning of the course.
-  - //Explain the concept of sustainable development. How can IT advance the goals of sustainable development?//​ Sustainable development has a wide variety of concepts, but there is a common model adopted worldwide, in this question the students should represent, written, drawn or both, the sustainability model and how it has changed ​through the years, and elaborate about their personal understanding of it. In the second part of the question, the student would have the opportunity to make a relation between the concept recently learned and its personal experience with IT.+  - //Explain the concept of sustainable development. How can IT advance the goals of sustainable development?//​ Sustainable development has a wide variety of concepts, but there is a common model adopted worldwide, in this question the students should represent, written, drawn or both, the three pillars of the sustainability model and how the concept ​has evolved ​through the years, and elaborate about their personal understanding of it. In the second part of the question, the student would have the opportunity to make a relation between the concept recently learned and its personal experience with IT.
   - //Analyze the different environmental concerns in which IT could have a positive impact.// In this question, the students would be challenged to probe how well they understand the environmental problems of the planet, in other words, how aware are they about it. If they do understand the critical problems, then they would have the opportunity to analyze how IT can help to addressed those problems.   - //Analyze the different environmental concerns in which IT could have a positive impact.// In this question, the students would be challenged to probe how well they understand the environmental problems of the planet, in other words, how aware are they about it. If they do understand the critical problems, then they would have the opportunity to analyze how IT can help to addressed those problems.
   - //If you would have to choose a single solution to climate change driven by IT, what would it be? Justify your answer.// In this final question, the students would have to decide among all the possible ways in which IT could help, learned through all the course and seminars, and to provide strong arguments explaining the reasons why they have chosen that particularly solution. ​   - //If you would have to choose a single solution to climate change driven by IT, what would it be? Justify your answer.// In this final question, the students would have to decide among all the possible ways in which IT could help, learned through all the course and seminars, and to provide strong arguments explaining the reasons why they have chosen that particularly solution. ​