Videos, Web Sites, and Blogs (Selected)
2020 Feature “What role do planning and design play in a pandemic? Harvard GSD Website https://www.gsd.harvard.edu/2020/03/what-role-do-planning-and-design-play-in-a-pandemic-ann-forsyth-reflects-on-covid-19s-impact-on-the-future-of-urban-life/ Reprinted in Green Builder 2020.
2019- Blogger/blog editor, Journal of the American Planning Association blog at planning.org https://www.planning.org/blog/?tags=1339.
2019 Harvard New Towns Initiative new towns database: https://research.gsd.harvard.edu/new-towns/.
2017 Creating Healthy Neighborhoods. American Planning Association https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo-v-6uk15c
2010-2012 Manager, www.healthymetropolis.blogspot.com (combined with www.designforhealth.net in 2012)
2011- Design for Health Flickr collection https://www.flickr.com/photos/designforhealth/
2007- Correspondent, Planetizen Interchange. Monthly comment for 6 years then updates. www.planetizen.com/blog/10386.
2007 A. Forsyth, K. Thering, and G. Nicholls. Script for Corridor Housing Initiative: A Strategy for Effective Planning 30 minutes. www.housinginitiative.org. Director/Producer T. Biaso. http://www.housinginitiative.org/video.html
2006- Manager, www.designforhealth.net. J. Richardson webmaster; initial design W. Parks.
2006-2007 Manager, www.housinginitiative.org. W. Parks/J.Richardson webmasters. Part of multiple award winning project.
2002-2003, 2004- Coordinator www.plannersnetwork.org. C.O. Ritthichai, J. Richardson webmasters. One award.
2003-2007 Principal Investigator/Manager, Design Center Image Bank at www.designcenter.umn.edu/images. Various webmasters. Free cataloged 30,000+ image collection transferred to UMN libraries.
2002-2007 Manager, www.designcenter.umn.edu. J. Richardson webmaster. Won two awards/citations. Two awards/citations.
1997 Narrator and Host, Structures and Stories. Springfield: WGBY 57 (PBS). 28 minutes. Director/Producer D. Hunt; Historian F. Gagnon.
2011- Collaborator, Nell Lewin Flickr Site. With H.E. and E.M Forsyth. Photos taken by my maternal grandmother prior to 1913 plus her recipes from the first half of the twentieth century.