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Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: A Factory in Every Home? New Manufacturing Technologies and Metropolitan Spatial Development (podcast)

Leslie P. McGowan, AICP

Planning for Post Disaster Recovery I & II (streaming webinar)

Winsome Bowen, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: "Wetrofitting" Urban Neighborhoods (podcast)

Michelle J. Hardin, AICP

Enjoyed Mrs. Festing, and her accent, and thinking about the cost of doing nothing.
2014 AICP Symposium: Housing Equity and Healthy Housing Choices (podcast)

Jason T. Kim, AICP

Streaming: Protecting Local Environments and Natural Resources

Leanne Lawrie Harter, AICP

Tuesdays at APA--Chicago: Walkability: Fact or Myth? (Podcast)

Robert W. Sills, AICP

Great overview on walkability and examples.
Planning for Post Disaster Recovery I & II (streaming webinar)

Adam A. Benigni, AICP

2014 AICP Symposium: Housing Equity and Healthy Housing Choices (podcast)

Morad Kabiri, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-DC: Source Water Protection in the 21st Century

Maurice Plambeck, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-DC: Innovation in Sustainable Urban Housing: Four Case Studies in Latin America (podcast)

John J. Maliff Jr., AICP

Very interesting topic about Sustainable Urban Housing in Four South American Countries. I did not know that APA was involved in that. I also believe they made a good point about funding problems. Many people want to see things improve, but getting the funding to do such work is always the biggest problem because if the funding source can't see a benefit for themselves then they usually aren't interested.
APA Community Assistance Program (CAP) Training Recorded Webinar

Elliot L. Kampert, AICP

The presenters' firsthand experience with organizing and participating in planning assistance events was evident. The observations regarding timing, composition of participants, and even political considerations were spot on. I recommend this webinar.
Tuesdays at APA-DC: Complete Streets: Closing the Gap between Policy and Practice (podcast)

Glenn E. Heath, AICP

Speaker really knew her subject.
Planning for Post Disaster Recovery I & II (streaming webinar)

Cynthia S. Park, AICP

All six speakers: Lori Swartz, Laurie Johnson, Lincoln Walther, Christine Butterfield, Kenneth C Topping and J Barry Hokanson for two sessions offered invaluable information on importance of planning for post-disaster during "blue sky planning" period. The sessions were well structured by ensuring that each speaker had an opportunity to present their first hand knowledge and their experience to answer questions. I particulary enjoyed information presented by Christine Butterfield.
Podcast 2013 AICP Symposium: People and Places

Elliot L. Kampert, AICP

This was an interesting topic to me since I lived in Miami during the time of the Mariel boatlift, and got to observe firsthand not only the reactions of the "natives", but also how the relatives of the new immigrants accommodated their relations, and the impact they had on the community. It would be interesting to compare the long-term stability and viability of the deliberately-created ethnic areas (such as discussed by Ms. Harwood) to the organically generated areas such as Little Havana, Chinatown, or perhaps the enclaves of East- and Central European immigrants of the Northeast and Midwest. The final discussion regarding immigration policy was by far the most political of any presentation I've attended or viewed on line.
Ethical Practice for Practicing Planners

Beth Escobar, AICP

The reenactment of real life scenarios was helpful in clarifying ethical issues.
Planning for Post Disaster Recovery I & II (streaming webinar)

Douglas P. Stanley, AICP

Picked up some good tips for agency planning post event.
Podcast 2013 AICP Symposium: People and Places

Sidney L. White, AICP

Valuable insights from knowledgeable "hands on" folks...
Streaming: 2009 Planning Law Review

Morad Kabiri, AICP

Podcast 2012 AICP Symposium: Aging in Place: Planning's Role and Responsibilities

Sidney L. White, AICP

Good content
Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Plants, Paddles, and People: Creating Community through Green Infrastructure and Riverfront Development in Blue Island, Illinois (podcast)

Morad Kabiri, AICP