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Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
Online Engagement in Urban Planning
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  • 1. Online Engagement in  Urban Planning Examples and Best Practices
  • 2. Intro Setting the stage
  • 3. Intro
  • 4. Barriers 
  • 5. Some things to consider ...to make your online engagement project a success
  • 6. Duration
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  • 7. Pre-Registration
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  • 8. Seeding
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  • 9. What are we rating?
  • 10. Early Submission Bias
  • 11. 90 - 9 - 1
  • 12. Champions
  • 13. Case Studies Technology in Action
  • 14. Santa Cruz City Budget
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  • 15. Santa Cruz City Budget - Ideas
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  • 16. Santa Cruz City Budget - Discussions
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  • 17. KC Engage
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  • 18. KC Engage - Profiles
  • 19. KC Engage - Discussions
  • 20. KC Engage - Groups
  • 21. City of Denver - Mapping Instability
      • By: The Timoney Group (http://thetimoneygroup.com/)
  • 22. City of Denver - Youth Asset Mapping Decision Support Resources
  • 23. ENVD 4352 - Youth Asset Mapping
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  • 24. Staunton State Park: A Tale of Two Plans
    • Who: Stuart Watada, Colorado State Parks    
  • 25. Staunton State Park: A Tale of Two Plans
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    •   Staunton State Park Planning/Design Team Web Mapping Site 
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            • http://206.168.217.253/staunton/
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            • http://206.168.217.250/santa_fe/
  • 26. GIS Software
    • The Easy Stuff
      • Google Earth/Bing
      • Google Maps
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    • A Little Bit More Work
      •   GIS Cloud
    • Geeky
      • Hypertext Markup Language/CSS
      • Application Programming Interfaces - Google
      • Flash/JavaScript/PHP
      • GIS PostgreSQL/PostGIS relational database software
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  • 27. Trainings Takeaways from our Examples
  • 28. Asset Mapping - Google Earth
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  • 29. Easy Web Mapping - Google Maps
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  • 30. GIS on the Web - GIS Cloud
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  • 31. IdeaScale
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  • 32. IdeaScale
      • Online brainstorming: Ideas are posted by users 
      • They can be expanded and built upon by other members reading the idea and making comments. 
      • It features rankings which means that popular ideas will make their way to the top of the list
  • 33. IdeaScale
      • Free or $15 per month, now also available as government edition
      • Easy to embed, customizable to look like your own website 
      • Hosted
      • Simple registration process and setup
      • Ability to attach and upload files (on some plans)
      • Custom URL on the corporate plan 
      • Ability to moderate comments and ideas 
      • iPhone support, wiki support, and Twitter/Facebook integration.
  • 34. Contact Us!
    • Michael Hinke
    • [email_address]
    • http://gisdsr.com
    • Chris Haller
    • [email_address]
    • http://UrbanInteractiveStudio.com
    • Twitter: @challer
    http:// EngagingCities.com
  • 35. Any Questions? Send us your feedback http://wiffiti.com/screens/19463 http://textthemob.com/print/1864

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