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May 15, 2010 --for latest multimedia, see:
http://www.theglobalarc.org/multimedia/

San Diego Citizen Watershed Monitoring Consortium (draft of a video documentary, 6M mov file
produced by Christopher Pezzoli and Keith Pezzoli, September 2005)

Stories and Storytelling in Planning
Learn what's happening in the academy, click here

Photo galleries and annotated slide show presentations Cerda: The Barcelona Extension (Eixample), Traveling Exhibition, 9/20/03 - 9/27/03
San Diego Exhibit Organizer: Nico Calavita, Exhibit Produced by the Dept. of Territorial Policy
and Public Works of the Government of Catalonia, Spain (click here for photo gallery)

RWBC interactive multimedia narratives The RWBC development team is currently working on a number of interactive narratives that address interlocking problems of environment and development in the San Diego-Tijuana crossborder city-region. These narratives consist of video and motion graphic presentations with sound and voice narrations, close-captioning, and links to topics as the presentation progresses. Other features include:

- Versions in both Spanish and English (voice over and close-captioning)
- Capability to search RWBC resources via the narrative interface

Colonia 10 de Mayo, Tijuana, Mexico.
A brief over view of the irregular human settlement in the U.S.-Mexico border region. Closed captioning in Spanish and English, learn more menu.
Click here to view a demo about The Colonia 10 de Mayo

(Note: to view this narrative you need Macromedia's Flash Player 6, a 394 K
file that can be downloaded for free by clicking here.)
AWARD NOTICE: The Colonia 10 de Mayo narrative won an award in the SIGKIDS 2003 cometition. The judges selected it for "Best Spanish Language"

Tijuana River Watershed
A brief over view of the Tijuana River Watershed spanning the U.S.-Mexico border region. Closed captioning in Spanish and English, learn more menu.
Click here to view our newest narrative about the Tijuana River Watershed
(Note: to view this narrative you need Macromedia's Flash Player 6)

UCSD-TV documentaries

The Regional Workbench Consortium (#7244; 28 min. 2003)

“Principal investigator and regional planner Keith Pezzoli's vision for a multi-disciplinary approach to sustainable development is explored in this tour of the Regional Workbench Consortium, a collaborative partnership and website that allows users to share the tools they need to improve quality of life and environmental stewardship in the Southern California-Northern Baja California region.”

Web site: http://www.uctv.tv/search-details.asp?showID=7244

Colonia 10 de Mayo, Tijuana, Mexico, Revitalization Plan (#6022; 20 min.)

The 10 de Mayo project. UCSD Conversations: Crossborder Urban Planning. The documentary starts three-quarters of the way into a one-hour program (what UCSD-TV calls "Conversations with UCSD Faculty"). Specifically, it starts at minute 39.01 as indicated on the slider (the first two 20 minute segments focus on biology and pharmacology).

Web site:http://www.uctv.tv/search-details.asp?showID=6022

Click here for information on the use of stories and storytelling in planning

 

 

 

 

 


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