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Get up to speed on best practices with online courses for individual study. Topics in this convenient and cost-effective format include planning law, ethics, health policy, and transportation.

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2017 National Planning Conference Session Recordings

Recordings of more than 170 sessions from NPC17 in New York City are now available from APA's On-Demand Education.

The NPC17 recordings are generously sponsored by WSP USA.

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COmplimentary Plenary Recording from Sidewalk Labs

Don't miss your chance to hear from Rohit Aggarwala of Sidewalk Labs on how technology will impact cities of the future.

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Sale — 2015 and 2016 National Planning Conference Session Recordings

For a limited time only,* all NPC15 and NPC16 recordings are available at the special member rate of $4.99 each! See what you missed in Seattle and Phoenix while catching up on some of the most important planning projects and methods introduced in recent years. Most recordings qualify for CM and some offer law and ethics credits. The sale price includes group viewing for up to 10 sites, so get the staff and commission together for a training marathon!

* This offer ends December 31, 2017. Purchase includes access for one year from purchase date.

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2016 Policy and Advocacy Conference Session Recordings

Recordings of 10 sessions from the 2016 Policy and Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C., are available from APA's On-Demand Education. Speakers include HUD Secretary Julian Castro, Mara Liason, Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, Janette Sadik-Kahn, and more.

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  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    2017 Planning Law Review

    The U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts, and state courts all play an important role in shaping planning throughout the country. This annual review delves into the important cases, the decisions that were made — or not made — and how this will affect planning at many levels.
    List
    $80.00
    APA Member
    $68.00
    Group Viewing
    $300.00
    • John Baker
    • John Echeverria
    • Deborah Rosenthal, FAICP
    • Patricia Salkin
    • Robert Thomas
    • Nancy Stroud, AICP
    #9130408
    CM | 1.50
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  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Equity and Affordability with Housing Cooperatives

    Housing cooperatives are an important resource for equitable and affordable housing. Attendees will learn about how co-ops can address a variety of housing needs, such as developing below-market housing units; preserving the existing affordable housing inventory; creating new, high-quality, senior housing; and providing alternatives to renting.
    Location: Hall 1A21 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Andrew Reicher
    • Kathleen McMahon, AICP
    • Deborah Myerson, AICP
    • Dennis Johnson
    #9126630
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Leveraging Big Data for Planning: Towards Open and Frugal Solutions

    Explore an overview of opportunities to leverage big data in various aspects of planning. Learn how advances in technology and the democratization of technical knowledge opens up new modes of creating technical solutions.
    Location: Hall 1E11 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Kevin Desouza
    #9126625
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Fast, Funny, or Passionate 1

    These brisk, 7-minute presentations can be serious, funny, and creative. When planners start musing, you may be surprised by what they say.
    Location: Hall 1A23/24 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Peg Hough, AICP
    • Guneet Anand
    • Lisa Bourbonnais
    • Katie Dix
    • Linda Dottor, AICP
    • Blake Esselstyn, AICP
    • Wayne Hausser, AICP
    • Eri Suzuki
    #9126627
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Alternatives to Eminent Domain

    More than a decade has passed since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Kelo vs. City of New London. How has political and legal hostility to eminent domain caused planners to pursue avenues not dependent on involuntary acquisitions? Explore the ways the public and legislative responses have affected the strategies remaining for planners.
    Location: Hall 1A06 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Frank Schnidman
    • Dana Berliner
    • John Baker
    #9126541
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Innovative Stormwater Management in Washington, DC

    Washington is a hub of innovative stormwater management approaches, from ground-level green infrastructure and landscape design to top-level policy like stormwater retention credit trading. Session will discuss implementation of these cutting-edge approaches at the water utility, local, and federal levels.
    Location: Hall 1E11 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Nicholas Bonard, AICP
    • Brian Van Wye
    • Bethany Bezak
    • Russell Clark
    #9126533
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Landscape-Scale Ecological Analysis in Planning

    Learn from an ecologist, a county planner, and planning consultants how a science-based, community-guided planning effort led to the creation of an ecological network map and practical tools to support community resilience along the rural-to-urban transect.
    Location: Hall 1E11 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Barbara Johnston, AICP
    • Sheila Hess
    • Matthew Ingalls, AICP
    • Felipe Oltramari, AICP
    #9126532
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Ethics: Navigating the Grey Matter

    Navigating the murky waters of “right vs. wrong” gets easier with experience and regular discussion. This session will provide a fun-filled refresher on the importance of the AICP Code of Ethics, with deeper consideration of potential ethical issues in planning.
    Location: Hall 1A21 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Tareq Wafaie, AICP
    • Abram Barge, AICP
    • Erica Heller, AICP
    #9126538
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Ethics Case of the Year

    This year's Case of the Year includes real-life case studies. Following a brief introduction of recent news regarding planning ethics, the panelists will review up to eight distinctive ethical scenarios, posing questions for the audience to answer, and discussing the issues that are raised.
    Location: Hall 1A23/24 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Denise Harris, AICP
    • James Peters, FAICP
    • Lee Brown, FAICP
    #9126537
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Planning Commissioner Ethics Review

    Making decisions ethically is the basis for sound planning commission meetings. What guidance and standards should commissioners be considering? Hear from colleagues around the country who grapple with these issues.
    Location: Hall 1A07 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • W. Shedrick Coleman
    • Ann Bagley, FAICP
    #9126536
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Addressing the Growth in Short-Term Rentals

    Airbnb. HomeAway. VRBO. Learn about the legal and land-use challenges posed by the growth of short-term rentals—and find out how communities have used land-use regulations to address these issues.
    Location: Hall 1A06 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Ulrik Binzer
    • Nicole DuPuis
    • Neal Gorenflo
    #9126542
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Hudson Yards: New York's Newest Neighborhood

    In 2005, NYC rezoned the west side of Manhattan to accommodate a city the size of Downtown Boston. Now designed as the first post-digital community in the nation, Hudson Yards is harnessing the power of data in order to create a community embedded within the creative economy central to today’s American cities. Learn how New York City built an entire neighborhood from scratch.
    Location: Hall 1E10 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Mark Strieter
    • Frank Ruchala, AICP
    • Michael Samuelian, AICP
    #9126507
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in Connecticut

    More communities in Connecticut are embracing transit-oriented development (TOD), and developing progressive policy to advance TOD projects around their rail and bus transit stations. This session will focus on successful examples of current TOD efforts at the local, regional and state level, and evaluate several case studies to highlight the key challenges, opportunities, and success stories.
    Location: Hall 1E09 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Robert Seale
    • David Elder, AICP
    • Michael Piscitelli, AICP
    • Lyle Wray
    • Thomas Jost
    • Sara Bronin
    #9126503
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Amtrak’s New Approach to Station Development

    What is Amtrak doing to advance TOD in five of its busiest stations? Listen in as representatives from each station discuss specific development initiatives and explore how each effort links back to Amtrak’s larger corporate program to leverage its substantial asset portfolio.
    Location: Hall 1E09 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Suzanne Mosher
    • Cate Singer
    • Janet Campbell-Lorenc, AICP
    • Natalie Shieh, AICP
    • Brian Traylor, AICP
    • Gretchen Kostura, AICP
    #9126506
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Neighborhood Effects, Opportunity Analysis, and Fair Housing

    The session introduces opportunity analysis and its roots in neighborhood effects. It then describes how opportunity analysis has been used to meet HUD’s fair housing regulations and develop sustainable development plans. Finally, it introduces new opportunity mapping tools.
    Location: Hall 1E11 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Eli Knaap
    • Willow Lung Amam
    • Richard Hall, AICP
    • Gerrit Knaap
    #9126508
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Activating Spaces, Developing Places

    Development should not happen to a place but with a place. A new neighborhood playbook is emerging that helps communities and developers work together to activate spaces enroute to equitably developing places. This session describes how it works.
    Location: Hall 1E15 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Kevin Wright
    • Joseph Nickol, AICP
    #9126505
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Evaluating Incentives Using an ROI Approach

    Many cities regularly give out various tax incentives, credits, and rebates to induce additional (and much needed) development within the community. But are these incentives really needed? And how much incentive is too much?
    Location: Hall 1E11 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Jonathan Ferry
    • Sarah Coffin, AICP
    • Andrew Murray, AICP
    • Andrew Struckhoff, AICP
    #9126517
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Planning and Governing for Racial Equity

    Government’s proactive work on racial equity has the potential to leverage significant change. Explore planning tools and two case studies to help you achieve racial equity in our communities.
    Location: Hall 1A07 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Nora Liu
    • Glenn Harris
    • Beth Altshuler
    • Andrea Manzo
    • Megan Hunter
    #9126513
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    The Reality of Planning for Retail

    When planners designate retail uses without considering the economic and operational requirements needed for success, the result can be empty space and stakeholder disappointment. This panel will focus on what is essential for retail plans to become a reality.
    Location: Hall 1A06 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Israel Cronk
    • Paul Teti
    • Steve Dwoskin
    • Kate Coburn
    • Deborah Lawlor, FAICP
    #9126520
    CM | 1.25
  • American Planning Association
    On-Demand Education 

    Priorities and Strategies for City Design

    How can design address the many challenges that cities face? Planners and designers from New York, San Francisco, and Seattle will share the latest efforts in their cities to promote design thinking while engaging larger issues of equity and sustainability.
    Location: Hall 1A07 (Javits Convention Center)
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Neil Hrushowy
    • Michael Jenkins
    • Justin Moore, AICP
    • Ethel Sheffer, FAICP
    #9126451
    CM | 1.25

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