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Post-Pandemic Engagement

Synthesizing Virtual and In-Person Planning Methodologies
Published July 14, 2021
Presented by Rebekah Gayley, Ohio State University-Main Campus | Bill Haverly, Facilities Planning Design, University of Missouri-Kansas City | Laura Wheaton, Ayers Saint Gross
Planning Types: Campus Planning

The virtual engagement methodologies that enabled us to continue planning in 2020 can elevate our post-pandemic processes and improve their equity and sustainability. In this session, we'll examine virtual and in-person engagement in planning processes—both within flagship institutions and across the town and gown relationship—and explore post-pandemic best practices. Come practice your skills in identifying potential stakeholders for a theoretical project and evaluating methodologies for quality and quantity of engagement.

There is no video recording available for this session.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Explain how to develop layered engagement processes to broaden and deepen the reach of your planning.
  2. Determine the appropriate methodologies to increase participation from stakeholders.
  3. Identify opportunities to reduce carbon emissions for planning processes through decreased travel, materials, and waste.
  4. Evaluate methodologies against issues of access to ensure equitable processes.

Presenters:

Rebekah Gayley, Project Manager, Ohio State University-Main Campus
Bill Haverly, Director, Facilities Planning Design, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Laura Wheaton, Associate, Ayers Saint Gross

Continuing Education Units: AIA LU 1 Unit (SCUP56C1281) | AICP CM 1 Unit