Please review the course schedule for reading sequence.

Berg, Nate. (2009, October 15). Developing the open city. Planetizen Interchange. Retrieved from

Brooks Jr., Frederick P. (1995). The Mythical Man-Month (Chapter 2) and Plan to Throw One Away (Chapter 11) in The Mythical Man-Month (Chapter 2, pages 13-26 & Chapter 11, pages 13-26). Addison-Wesley Professional.

Chapple, Mike. (2008, October). SQL fundamentals: Introduction. Retrieved from

Chavan, Abhijeet & Steins, Chris. (2003, July). Doing the right thing: How to build socially responsible web infrastructure. Planning Magazine.

Crane, Randall. (2010). Latest 3 entries from “Urban Planning Research: Essays on Urban Studies Blog.” Retrieved from

Demarco, Tom & Lister, Timonty. (1999). Managing the Human Resource: Somewhere Today, A Project is Failing. Peopleware: Productive Project and Teams (Part 1: Chapters 1-6, pages 2-34). Dorset Housing Publishing Company, Inc.

Dillman, D. A., Tortora, R. D., Conradt, J., & Bowker, D. (1998, August). Influence of plain vs. fancy design on response rates of Web surveys. Presented at Joint Statistical Meetings, Dallas, Texas.

Elliott, Mark. (2009). Future Melbourne Wiki Post Implementation Review. Future Melbourne Project, City of Melbourne. Retrieved from

Evans-Cowley, Jennifer S. (2010). Planning in the Age of Facebook: The Role of Social Networking in Planning Processes. Forthcoming in Journal of the American Planning Association.

Evans-Cowley, Jennifer S. & Hollander, Justin. (2010). The New Generation of Public Participation: Internet Based Participation Tools. Forthcoming Journal of Planning Research and Practice.

Ezell, Kyle. (2007, October). Where do I fit [Planning students and YouTube]. Planning Magazine.

Fulton, William. (2010). Latest three entries from “Bill Fulton, Ventura City Council Blog.” Retrieved from

Galef, Julia. (2009, June 8). Q&A: Eric Gordon on community planning with Second Life. Metropolis Magazine. Retrieved from

Geraci, John. (2009, April 6). The future of our cities: Open, crowdsourced and participatory. O’Reilly Radar. Retrieved from

Goodchild, Michael F. (2007). Citizens as voluntary sensors: spatial data infrastructure in the world of Web 2.0. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research, Vol. 2. 24–32.

Goodspeed, Robert. (2008, April 7). How can planners use the Web? Planetizen Interchange. Retrieved from

Goodspeed, Rob. (2009, October 19). Open data: Coming to a city near you? Planetizen Interchange. Retrieved from

Goodspeed, Robert. (2008, June). Public Participation in Urban Planning (in four parts). Retrieved from

Google. (2008, November 13). Google’s Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide. Retrieved from

Hollander, Justin B. & Thomas, David. (2009). Second Life and the Online Studio. Journal of Planning Eduction and Research, 29:108-113.

Manzo, Peter. (2008, June 12). Maps for Driving Change. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Retrieved from

Nielsen, Jakob. (2004, February 2). Keep Online Surveys Short. Alertbox. Retrieved from

Noah, Josie. (2009, December). Louisiana Speaks: A case study examining the use of Web technologies to engage residents in the planning process. Exploring Web 2.0 in Urban Planning. Planetizen Press.

Orszag, Peter R. (2009 December 8). Open Government Directive. Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget. Retrieved from

Pitkin, Bill. (2001). A Historical Perspective of Technology and Planning. Berkeley Planning Journal 15: 32-55.

Planetizen Interchange. (2010). Latest three entries from “Planetizen Interchange”.

Raggett, Dave. (2005, May 24). Getting Started with HTML. W3C. Retrieved from

Ragget, Dave. (2002, April 8). Adding a touch of style. W3C. Retrieved from

Steins, Chris. (2009, May 27). Top 10 free Web applications for planning. Planetizen Interchange. Retrieved from

Steins, Chris. (2007, July). A Parallel Universe: What the virtual world can do for planning. Planning Magazine.

Taylor, Andy. (2006, February 3). Basecamp Project Management and Post-Katrina Planning in Harrison County, Mississippi. Information Technology Division Newsletter, American Planning Association.

The Economist. (2008, September 4). Following the crowd. The Economist.

Thompson, Herbert H. (2008, August 18). How I Stole Someone’s Identity. Scientific American. Retrieved from

Toderian, Brent. (2008, May 15). Public Input by Blog. Planetizen Interchange. Retrieved from