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Issue release: Issue Release: Lincoln Planning Review Issue 7 (1-2) out now

 
The latest issue of the Lincoln Planning Review is now available here.  
Posted: 2016-08-16
 

Issue release: Lincoln Planning Review 6(1-2) out now

 
With considerable relief after frustrating technical difficulties and with apologies to our patient article authors the 2014 volume of LPR is now available!  
Posted: 2015-12-23 More...
 

Issue release: Vol 5(1-2) out now

 

Packed full of excellent reading, the latest issue of LPR Volume 5(1-2) is now available.

 
Posted: 2014-03-28
 

Issue release: Issue release: LPR Vol 4(2) out now

 
It's taken a while but the latest issue of the Lincoln Planning Review, Volume 4(2) is now available.  
Posted: 2013-07-21
 

Issue release: LPR Vol 4(1) out now

 
The latest issue of the Lincoln Planning Review, Volume 4(1), is now available.  
Posted: 2012-06-12 More...
 

Lincoln Planning Review in transition

 

The Lincoln Planning Review (LPR) has successfully completed a transition to Open Journal Systems (OJS).  We are the only student led journal in New Zealand using this operating system, so we are feeling pretty cool right now.

At the core of this publication is the aim to create a supportive environment with opportunities for developing professional skills such as editing, critical reflection of work, and the art of effective communication.  Working together towards the common goal of producing a high quality publication and encouraging innovation in the planning world is exciting, even if you’re only mildly nerdy. 

The LPR Editorial Team is grateful for the guidance and support from Lincoln University library staff Roger Dawson, Sarah Tritt and online services manager, Dorje McKinnon.  They have helped us to become familiar with the software, making for a smooth transition.  Thanks are also due to the editorial team of Landscape Review who have blazed a clear path for us to follow. 

Next on the horizon is expanding our network to support not only students, but graduates and young professionals interested in a culture of continuing education.  We also have landscape architecture students making a contribution so it will be interesting to see how this all evolves. 

Enjoy!

 
Posted: 2012-03-14