Updated: Jan 2, 2020
The APA-IL works with other APA Chapters and Divisions to bring great webcasts directly to the comfort of your home or office for FREE! Check out the upcoming webcasts and register today.
Remember, all are at 12:00pm CST and are approved for 1.5 CM credits (when watched live).
Private Practice Division
Speakers: Mildred Warner, Ph.D.; Candace Baldwin; Jana Lynott, AICP; Ramona Mullahey
An aging America has profound impacts on communities that we are only beginning to comprehend. There is also uncertainty about the ability of traditional societal institutions to adapt to the needs of an aging society as the complex web of roles, norms, values and structures are rapidly changing. Fiscal constraints demand new pathways to encourage resource investments that strengthen aging-in-community. In this session, speakers will focus on: (1) disruptive advances in transportation technology and a new paradigm of ‘mobility as a service’; (2) innovative new tools to finance the growth and meet the demands of an aging community; and, (3) smart initiatives for cost-effective service delivery to mobilize resources for developing more age-friendly environments. Participants will: 1. Explore community-based solutions that engage the social layer of the community to address service delivery for all ages 2. Learn how to harness disruptive technologies in our transportation system to create a new paradigm of ‘mobility as a service’; thus, expanding mobility to those disenfranchised under the current transportation framework, and 3. Examine new tools like the Age Strong fund and pay-for-performance options to finance aging communities and leverage strategic public/private investment while impacting whole person outcomes.
Speaker: Kate McMahon
Learn the basics of high-speed broadband infrastructure, and the importance of public-private-partnerships in funding infrastructure business models. Understand why and when you should work with incumbent providers, the potential of public-private partnerships and the basics of the community network model. Discuss the unique challenges of remote, rural, small and tribal communities in planning for future-ready communities. Understand the value of feasibility studies; the role of planners and how to choose the right model for your community.
Northern New England Chapter
Speaker: Dale Neef
Access to Smart City technologies and applications that high-speed broadband enables has become one of the most critical factors in any community’s economic development, affecting everything from our children’s education, to housing values, enterprise development, and health and welfare services for the poor and elderly. This is especially true in rural America, where access to high-speed broadband underpins any strategy for future economic growth – and is key to overcoming the “digital divide” and economic dislocation that continues to plague many of our small towns and rural communities across the nation. Many states have built extensive middle mile fiber networks, and for many rural communities the next step is to provide “last mile” connection for municipal, residential or commercial customers. But broadband speeds and dependability vary widely between DSL, cable, fiber, wireless and fixed wireless technologies, and can be dramatically affected by distance and terrain. Installation and running costs can vary enormously. So how do you know what “last mile” architecture and technologies are best for your rural community? This webinar, the second in our series on rural broadband issues sponsored by APA’s Technology Division, explores the key data drivers that are creating demand for greater bandwidth in rural communities, and describes the evolving technologies (wired and wireless) that are becoming available to meet that rapidly expanding data demand.
New Mexico Chapter
Speaker: Sharon Hausam
This session will express the importance of understanding and working with tribal governments in non-Native planning processes. It will describe the legal basis of tribal sovereignty; the federal trust responsibility; self-determination; tribal land jurisdiction; and tribal demographics. It will then apply these legal foundations to multiple planning topics, including zoning, housing and development, environmental protection, historic preservation, and economic development.
Click on the title links to register. You can see the current listing of all webcasts at www.ohioplanning.org/planningwebcast.
CM credits can be claimed by looking up the sponsoring Chapter or Division as provider.
Distance Education – These two recorded webcasts from 2017 have been selected for AICP CM DE credit for viewing anytime during the 2018 calendar year.
Law: Images, Creative Commons and Copyright – Urban Design and Preservation Division. Event #9143138
Ethics: Queer and the Conversation: The Ethics of Inclusion – LGBTQ and Planning Division. Event #9143146
Remember that the event numbers for DE credits are different from those for the live sessions.