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Transcriptions of select, high-ranking webinars are now available for download as a resource. The library entries below include not only the recording and supplemental materials, but also the transcribed webinar as a downloadable document.

Previously, the free webinar series were only accessible to live users. This practice excluded hearing impaired members from benefitting from these free continuing education opportunities. As part of a new initiative of the AIA Knowledge Communities, several newly transcribed webinars will also include 10-question quizzes to test for knowledge gained. Any score of 8 or higher will qualify for 1 Continuing Education Credit or AIA LU. 

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September 2014

When: Sep 12
Community: Project Delivery

When: Sep 24, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (ET)
Community: Regional and Urban Design Committee

When: Sep 30, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (ET)
Community: Academy of Architecture for Health

October 2014

When: Oct 14, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
Community: Academy of Architecture for Health

Webinar Archive

The AIA Knowledge Communities have provided a variety of free and paid live webinars since 2007. When permitted, the webinars are recorded and posted on the AIA National YouTube channel, organized by community playlist. The library entries below pair the video recording with supplemental materials: presentation slides and Q&A with speakers.

Academy of Architecture for Health   
See the 2007-2013 archive (Healthcare 101/201 series and professional series) on the main AIA website.

Technology in Architectural Practice
The YouTube playlist includes all webinars plus a Pecha Kucha and 2011 TAP Revolution series.

Practice Management Best Practices  
Future webinars will be posted on AIA KnowledgeNet. See the 2008-2013 archive on the PM website.

Project Delivery                                 
See the 2008-2013 archive on the main AIA website.

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Posted By: Melissa Morancy, Assoc. AIA Aug 28, 2014 5:56 PM
Found in Library: Retail and Entertainment
As part of the restoration, EverGreene restored and replicated the fine art, decorative painting, faux finishes and other unique finishes and decoration.
Posted By: Melissa Morancy, Assoc. AIA Aug 28, 2014 5:51 PM
Found in Library: Retail and Entertainment
Dana began his career with Disney as a member of the original restoration team of the New Amsterdam Theatre in NYC. Since then, he has been involved with the restoration of the Palace Theatre in NYC, The Lyceum Theatre in London, the Richard Rodgers Theatre in NYC, the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles,...
Posted By: Stewart Jones, AIA Aug 28, 2014 5:47 PM
Found in Library: Retail and Entertainment
The New Amsterdam Theatre, a very unique art noveau design, was to be given a new life in the presentation of Disney productions. Learn how the design team approached the renovation and restoration of “House Beautiful”.
Posted By: Melissa Morancy, Assoc. AIA Aug 28, 2014 5:40 PM
Found in Library: Retail and Entertainment
Snøhetta is leading the design of the new public spaces on Broadway between 42nd Street and 47th Street.
Posted By: Melissa Morancy, Assoc. AIA Aug 28, 2014 5:37 PM
Found in Library: Retail and Entertainment
The renewal of 42nd Street began in December 1995 with the restoration and reinvention of The NEW VICTORY TheaterS, New York’s first theater devoted to kids and families. Over the course of the following ten years, THE NEW 42ND STREETS initiated and supervised the transformation of the remaining...
Posted By: Mr. Edward Shriver, FAIA Aug 28, 2014 5:01 PM
Found in Library: Retail and Entertainment
Everything is connected to everything else. Everything must go somewhere. Nature knows best. There is no such thing as a free lunch. Barry Commoner’s Laws of Ecology provides a framework for understanding the forces that govern the complex natural world. The Laws of Ecology apply to the urban environment...
Posted By: Ms. Carrie Salter Aug 25, 2014 12:57 PM
Found in Library: Interior Architecture Committee
Geberit CEU Lunch & Learn invitation from Metropolitan Home Hardware & Bath. Lunch & Learns are presented in your office. Other CEU courses are also available.
Posted By: Ms. Carrie Salter Aug 25, 2014 12:49 PM
Found in Library: Women in Architecture and Design
Geberit CEU Lunch & Learn invitation from Metropolitan Home Hardware & Bath. Lunch & Learns are presented in your office. Other CEU courses are also available.
Posted By: Mr. Larry Hlavacek, AIA Aug 21, 2014 4:36 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
Learn how when building a new police headquarters even the most trying economic circumstances can be overcome through collaboration and creativity.
Posted By: Julia Hughes, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Aug 21, 2014 4:32 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
Sustainable Justice Principles serve justice facilities and the communities within which they reside as well as broader justice system goals at municipal, state, and federal levels. Through a series of interviews, we will investigate current developments from the perspective of a systems approach...
Posted By: Laurence Hartman, AIA Aug 21, 2014 4:28 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
The SJ Checklist Guide has evolved into a tool for clients/planners/architects to guide decision-making with sustainable principles. We will review these principles via case studies including the Denver Justice Courthouse & Jail; San Diego Co. Women’s Detention Facility; Maricopa Co. South Court...
Posted By: Mr. Bill Proctor, Assoc. AIA Aug 21, 2014 4:22 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
A discussion about how lean collaborative process tools can be adapted to the planning and design phases of public funded projects to delivery true design excellence at reduced capital and long-term operating costs.
Posted By: Gregory Gidez, AIA Aug 21, 2014 3:44 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
Design Build is growing as a project delivery method. Design Build is a different way of doing business, and requires a different approach to succeed. Come hear about Design Build best practices from successful industry practitioners and hear how to do Design Build done right.
Posted By: Michael Bowers Aug 21, 2014 3:24 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
How can we help court stake holders make informed decisions on whether to renovate, expand or replace their existing facilities? How to intelligently and rationally, understand and balance factors such as: financing challenges, potential construction/operations conflicts, transformational technologies,...
Posted By: Larry Hurlbert, AIA Aug 21, 2014 3:06 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
Often, architects are on the outside looking in during initial development of D/B projects. In addition, it is expensive to pursue D/B work due to the effort required to submit a D/B proposal. Let’s explore project examples and look at what works best for all involved.
Posted By: Charles Oraftik, FAIA Aug 21, 2014 2:58 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
This joint AAJ/NACM presentation will reimagine and predict the characteristics of tomorrow’s courthouse by anticipating future court operational and facility changes that will result from rapidly advancing technologies, economic necessity, significant operational trends and changing demographic,...
Posted By: Mr. Robert Schwartz, FAIA Aug 21, 2014 2:23 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
This session reviews the recently published Court Technology Guidelines developed jointly by members of the AAJ and InfoComm and project delivery; examines new technologies impacting future court operations and explores the specialized technology used by the International Criminal Court in The Hague...
Posted By: Ann Harris Aug 21, 2014 12:39 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
At AIA’s 1999 Conference, this presentation of a “newer” delivery method was presented. At the time not only was the name new, so was the concept. It is still new, but single responsibility project delivery is gaining ground. No longer are owners faced with a short list for project delivery.
Posted By: Michael Moxam, Assoc. AIA Aug 21, 2014 12:19 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
The largest forensics laboratory facility in North America, located in Toronto, Ontario is now complete and open for business. Delivered using the Province of Ontario’s Public-Private Partnership approach, the new Forensic Service and Coroners Court Complex exemplifies the highest quality of laboratory,...
Posted By: Jean Dufresne, AIA Aug 20, 2014 3:48 PM
Found in Library: Small Project Practitioners
When the architect Marlon Blackwell, AIA discovered that there were no trees capable of supporting a "grown-up" tree house for his client, he proposed creating a house in the trees. The Tower House reaches 80 feet high and encompasses stunning views around Fayetteville, AR. Marlon discusses the importance...
Posted By: Ann Harris Aug 20, 2014 12:17 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Justice
The panel of international practitioners who have developed P3 justice projects will share their lessons learned from successfully using the project delivery method in other countries on built projects. P3 is a relatively new concept for the development of justice facilities in the US. However,...
Posted By: Brian Minnich, AIA Aug 15, 2014 10:51 AM
Found in Library: Committee on Architecture for Education
Handout for K-12 Educational Design for Safety and Security Webinar
Posted By: Derek Washam Aug 13, 2014 4:12 PM
Found in Library: Academy of Architecture for Health
Posted By: Derek Washam Aug 13, 2014 4:11 PM
Found in Library: International Committee
Posted By: Mr. Aaron Bowman, AIA Aug 13, 2014 11:04 AM
Found in Library: Custom Residential Architects Network
Brief questionnaire to solicit input from CRAN EPs and provide direction for the committee.
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