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 University-Community Partnerships and Open Access in Urban Planning Education and Research  Victor Ngo, UBC School of Community and Regional Planning   October 28, 2014 University of British Columbia Open Week 2014 | Student Innovation in the Open Still from Malcolm MacLean’s short film, What is Planning?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypA5vYirLAY  Still from Malcolm MacLean’s short film, What is Planning?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypA5vYirLAY    Mini Case Study #1 UBC SCARP Qualitative Research Methods Class   Community:  UBC University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) Professor:  Dr. Leonora (Nora) Angeles Date:  February to May 2014  Students:  Victor Ngo, Camille B. Lefrançois, Jeremy Keating, Emma Fineblit, Megan Herod, Steven De Sousa, Grant Diamond, Eric Fox, Regan Kohlhardt, Sian Mill, Alex Oladapo Olajide, Jamie Pritchard, Bryan Wong, Ryanne James  UNAAll UNA residents are welcome!Join your neighbours andUBC Planning students intalking about campus safety!Wednesday March 266:00 pmThe Old BarnCommunity CentreSnacksprovided!We want your input!Please RSVP with any questions or concernsto Camille at: camille.lefrancois@alumni.ubc.caActivities include mapping exercise and walkUNA neighbourhood safety mapping workshop (Photo Credit: Sian Mill) UNA neighbourhood safety mapping workshop results (Photo Credit: Sian Mill) UNA neighbourhood safety audit walking tour (Photo Credit: Bryan Wong) UNA neighbourhood safety audit walking tour (Photo Credit: Bryan Wong) UBC SCARP UNA Campus Safety Report: https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/48465    Mini Case Study #2 UBC SCARP Urban Design Studio   Community:  City of Vancouver’s False Creek South Professor:  Dr. Maged Senbel Date:  January to May 2014  Students:  Korbin daSilva, Lecia Desjarlais, Grant Diamond, Emma Fineblit, Jeremy Keating, Karla Kloepper, Camille B. Lefrançois, Kathryn Gwun-Yeen Lennon, Hossam Meawad, Victor Ngo, Erin Rennie, Matthew Shields, Lavino Wei-Chung Chen, Robert W. White  False Creek South Community Atlas – Wildlife and Ecology Map: Grant Diamond Presenting the False Creek South Community Atlas to the community (Photo Credit: Robert W. White) Design Proposal - Future Creek South: Lavino Wei-Chung Chen, Erin Rennie, Robert W. White Design Proposal - Heather Bay: Lecia Desjarlais, Matthew Shields, Kathryn Gwun-Yeen Lennon Design Proposal - Ecotopia: Jeremy Keating, Camille B. Lefrançois, Victor Ngo Design Proposal - The Courtyard Re-Imagined: Korbin daSilva, Hossam Meawad UBC SCARP Urban Design Studio Projects (Dr. Maged Senbel): http://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/1426    Mini Case Study #3 UBC SCARP Philippine Planning Studio   Community:  Bulacan Province, Philippines Professor:  Dr. Leonora (Nora) Angeles Date:  July 2014  Students:  Tina Barisky, Carolina Camargo, Christopher J. Carter, Zoë Greig, Leanna Leib-Milburn, Kathryn Gwun-Yeen Lennon, Eva Crego Liz, Victor Ngo, Sameer Shah, Meika Taylor Interviewing elected officials in the coastal Barangay Namayan, Malolos, Philippines (Photo Credit: Kathryn Gwun-Yeen Lennon)  Tidal flooding in coastal Barangay Namayan, Malolos, Philippines (Photo Credit: Meika Taylor)  Summary: Urban Planning Education, University-Community Partnerships, and Open Access  •  Planning students are often engaged in projects of reciprocal learning and development in local, regional, and international communities. •  Open access scholarship can play an important role in enhancing university-community partnerships and increasing the impact of student work, particularly in the field of urban & community planning.  •  Open access and the dissemination of collaborative research can serve as a rich asset for communities and beyond, and contribute to academic knowledge production. Victor Ngo, UBC School of Community and Regional Planning victor.ngo@alumni.ubc.ca | @victorngo 

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