Planning In The Age Of Participation

779 views

Published on

The potential of social media as public engagement and collaboration in urban / community / regional / land-use planning.

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
779
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
22
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • A bit about myself — transportation, communication, citizen collaboration in planning and government services more broadly.
  • Small slice. PSS is an important term – historical connection of tech and planning.
  • Augmentation, not replacement.
  • Let’s remind ourselves what we are concerned with as planners. This is a more classical co
  • How do conversations it in these tasks of planning? Broad thesis: if we prioritize inclusion, our solutions will be more resilient.
  • Everyblock — a news feed for a neighbourhood. Increasing one’s ambient awareness, augmenting what’s had from being in the space.
  • Open Data catalogues — Vancouver, Washington DC, New York, San Francisco. Smaller places as well: District of North Vancouver, Nanaimo. Conversations based on fact. Enable conversations about interpretation.
  • But it doesn’t solve or eliminate questions about power. Bus Meister taps into that, seeking the connect the “learning / teaching moment” into an advocacy action.
  • As planners or similar entities, our job may involve gatekeeping information for the decision-making process and articulating the challenges to the public. With a collaborative knowledge-making process, the particularities of the relationship may look different from how planning is being practiced now or even 5 years ago.
  • There is a role for conversations with the public in every part of this process.
  • A bit about myself — transportation, communication, citizen collaboration in planning and government services more broadly.
  • Planning In The Age Of Participation

    1. 1. Karen Quinn Fung [email_address] twitter.com/counti8
    2. 2. what is “digital/social media”? data social networking systems visualizations personal productivity personal expression modeling interactivity planning support systems search mobile web
    3. 3. social networking systems personal expression search mobile web
    4. 4. the tasks of planning
    5. 5. Conversation
    6. 6. Conversation as sharing experience opportunity collaboration
    7. 7. conversations in the tasks of planning
    8. 8. Building appropriate technology for planning through collaboration public open source services open311 muniforge
    9. 12. planning is made of people
    10. 13. conversations in the tasks of planning
    11. 14. Karen Quinn Fung [email_address] twitter.com/counti8 Thank you!

    ×