- /ˈakˌses/ noun
- a means of approaching or entering a place
- the right or opportunity to use or benefit from something
Source: Oxford Dictionary of English
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NEW! Experimental Assignment
This assignment leverages multimedia technology and communication tools to help make meaning of the public interface of planning, while at the same time deepening students’ understanding of the role that digital storytelling can play in unpacking complex planning ideas.
The utilization of video is becoming more and more commonplace in the planning field as a means to:
- mobilize public campaigns and programs;
- educate the public on planning terms and concepts;
- disseminate information pertaining to policies and regulations.
The video showcase, below, is credited to Shirley Zhong (student, PLAN 425) and hopefully will inspire similar student projects in the future!
Link to video list of references: https://tinyurl.com/n57cvwn2
I wish to acknowledge the dedication of the following key individuals who contributed as instrumental members of the PLAN 425 teaching team in 2021, and whose committed support in course delivery (100% web-oriented) during the COVID-19 pandemic is immeasurable:
Paul Boniface Akaabre has a B.Sc. Planning from the University for Development Studies and an M.Phil. Planning from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Prior to joining the Ph.D. Planning program in SCARP, he was an instructor at the Department of Planning of the University for Development Studies and a scholar of the Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa (NELGA).
Dorjan Lecki, MCRP Student, SCARP, UBC
Azhar Tyabji, PhD Student, SCARP, UBC