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This association is committed to improving the education of both novice and experienced planners and enhancing planning practices in the U.S. and throughout the world. Click on “Resources” for numerous links to resources and materials useful for educators in Urban and Regional Planning.
Free online courses and course materials for all courses in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Courses offer syllabi, assignments, lecture notes, projects, and related resources. A rich resource for urban studies educators.
This is one of 24 United Kingdom Subject Centres whose purpose is to provide discipline-based support for learning and teaching in higher education, including urban planning. Browse the site for articles, projects, teaching ideas, case studies, links to their publications, and other resources for teaching urban planning that may be equally useful to U.S. educators.
JPER, the official journal of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), is a forum for planning educators and scholars to present articles on theory, practice, and pedagogy. The Instruction Section publishes articles devoted to the advancement of planning education such as innovative teaching approaches and classroom exercises and techniques.
Transactions is the online journal of the CEBE:
MSU Urban and Regional Planning Program