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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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April 2015

When: Apr 7, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (ET)
Community: Technology in Architectural Practice

When: Apr 9, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (ET)
Community: Small Project Practitioners

When: Apr 23, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (ET)
Community: Technical Design for Building Performance

June 2015

When: Jun 17, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (ET)
Community: Regional and Urban Design Committee

When: Jun 24, 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM (ET)
Community: Practice Management

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: Knowledge Communities Mar 24, 2015 4:15 PM
Found in Library: Practice Management
This webinar is part of a series sponsored by the Regional and Urban Design community on AIA KnowledgeNet. The goal of LEAN is to provide the desired amount of product or service at the right time and at the highest possible level of quality with zero waste. Understanding and applying the philosophy...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:58 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This is a virtual CCRC; it is also, in effect, a naturally encouraged retirement community. it is a collaboration between a for-profit developer and an architect who shared the same vision of the future of senior living.
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:56 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
The design of this CCRC was intended to bring the high standards of design, care, and service for seniors to the Kansai region of Japan. Creating a large yet integrated urban community in this redevelopment district - that was rapidly transitioning from industrial to residential use - was of paramount...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:54 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This project was borne from the desire of a group of Jehovah's Witnesses to create a senior living community based on the example of the Jehovah's witness homes in Great Britain. Thus began the process of designing the first Jehovah's Witness senior living homes in the United States: a pair of small...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:51 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
In mid-2011, discussions began regarding how to improve the environment in a secure area of a care center servicing dementia residents. This wing includes two halls of resident rooms: one being part of the original 1983 build, the other an addition in 1994. In 2006, a renovation was completed merging...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:48 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This new three-story assisted living building comprises 60 residential apartments, activity and recreational space, a rehabilitation center, and spa therapy and administrative spaces.
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:46 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
After more than 100 years of providing skilled nursing services, the time had come for this senior care provider to reinvent itself to continue to meet its mission objectives and remain relevant in the marketplace. This project involved health care center renovations to support program objectives...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:42 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
The project is designed to work with the challenging site, leaving acres of wetlands and wooded areas untouched and capitalizing on buildable areas by locating the town center on the high ground of the tract, with patio homes filling in.
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:41 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
The Deupree House went from a standalone independent living apartment building with modest amenities to a state-of-the-art campus offering contemporary amenities, services, and nursing care. A new culture, rooted in resident choice and resident involvement in directing their care and daily lives has...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:38 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
Located at the edge of Oakland's Chinatown, this affordable senior housing development transforms an abandoned brownfield site near a busy freeway into a community asset for disadvantaged and formerly homeless seniors, while setting a high standard for sustainable and universal design.
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:36 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This residential community was the winning entry in a design competition sponsored by the former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (SFRA) and was made possible by the SFRA's acquisition of seven of the 22 parcels left by the demolition of the Central Freeway following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake....
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:32 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
Lutheran Senior Services engaged in a journey of exploration and discovery in search of a campus heart for Laclede Groves. This search for community began a process of change that resulted in a new town center (campus heart) with enhanced amenity space, wellness programs, and dining venues; residential...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:28 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
Historically, hospice care center environments have been largely modeled after a typical skilled nursing facility with some additional lounge space provided for family use. The provider knew that there had to be an alternative to meet the needs of the patient and their family as they participate in...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:26 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This community is a faith-based, non-profit, stand-alone long-term-care nursing home in an urban location. It provides assistance to low-income elderly under the ministry of the Felician Franciscan Sisters. Over 90 percent of the residence receive Medicaid. with little to no renovation over the years...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:22 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
Orchard Cove is a continuing care retirement center (CCRC) that was designed 20 years ago in a modern architectural vocabulary that has enabled it to stand apart from the more traditional senior environments of its day. Orchard Cove embarked on a repositioning and renovation project of the building's...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:18 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
Each pocket neighborhood comprises seven cottage homes overlooking an intimate courtyard setting to promote socialization through small-scale living. The result creates smaller, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods within the larger community which capitalize on garden connections and outdoor views....
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:13 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
These homes blend the amenities of both cottage and apartment living to provide a new independent living model for the community. They are replacing outdated and under-utilized apartments located on steep terrain adjacent to a creek. As part of an existing CCRC, areas of the campus not included in...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:10 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This project is the first of four 12-bedroom, assisted living, Elder Homes located adjacent to the Archie Hendricks Skilled Nursing Facility on the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation. The Elder Home contains 12 private bedrooms with bathrooms, as well as common kitchen, dining, living, and social areas....
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:07 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
The project comprises four neighborhood senior cafes completed in Chicago neighborhoods. The first café, located in a 6,000-square-foot storefront in the Galewood neighborhood, served as the prototype for subsequent cafés in Norwood Park, Portage Park, and Chatham. The cafés serve as neighborhood-based...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:04 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
Santa Teresita's project is a response to the vital need for new and better models of care for a growing elderly population. The "Rose Gardens at Santa Teresita" shifts from a medical model to resident centered care by creating "home" in a custom-designed cottage meant to be flexible for assisted...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 4:00 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
This project is a new 18-bed, assisted living/ memory care house in the midst of a larger CCRC that includes independent living, assisted living, and rehab and recovery. Completing the continuum of care, this project is an assisted living residence that stands as a home in physical form (and in meaning)...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 3:58 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
A veterans' facility in Gulfport, Mississippi, was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and the building could not be salvaged. Most of the 600-plus residents were relocated after the hurricane, but they are now home again to a larger and more beautiful environment. The project is now a...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 3:48 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
The project is the first of its kind as a Green House® assisted living facility in the state. It consists of two houses for the care of residents with dementia (and other memory-related issues) and a third structure for marketing and administration. Each house has private bedrooms and baths for 12...
Posted By: Bryan Verstegen Mar 23, 2015 3:45 PM
Found in Library: Design for Aging
The townhomes provide a new independent living option for residents of a CCRC located in Lititz, Pennsylvania. The neighborhood of 12 attached, two-story cottage-style townhomes offers residents the opportunity to live, work and play within blocks of their new homes. These upscale, two-story townhomes,...
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