Historic Resources Committee

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The mission of the Historic Resources Committee (HRC) is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage, both nationally and internationally. HRC is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public.

We hope you'll join us February 7-8 at the annual HRC Taliesin Colloquium where we'll discuss how codes have impacted existing buildings and what to expect from upcoming code changes. 

Continuing Education online course Cohort Four has room for more enrollment

  • 1.  Continuing Education online course Cohort Four has room for more enrollment

    Posted 10-26-2019 04:08

    A new cohort is now open for enrollment in the Online Course: Saving Cultural Resources by Learning Places.  This course introduces the learner to historic preservation within a broader cultural resources management curriculum.

    If you still need 2019 continuing education credits you achieve up to 6 AIA HSW credits through links to HPEF.  Self reporting LUs can be accumulated in the six-week long self paced core course, called I.D.E.A.L.S.

    Extra credit offerings introduce the learner's to Cultural Landscapes, Historic District National Register Nominations and Sustainable Best Practices.  Enroll in this initial year's research cohorts for free thanks to donors through CN!

    Click on link

    https://www.cascadianow.org/learning-places


    Learning Places offers continuing education using the combined methods of service and long-distance online learning to help communities save their cultural resources. A new approach to learning the concepts and the best practices for applying preservation treatments and cultural resource management services for resources will be implemented within online modules of the syllabus completed by the cohorts of enrolled volunteer/students for the preservation of their own choice of historic property. 


    At first the Learning Places course will include the case studies selected by the instructor. Later cohorts will eventually read about previous student led projects as the examples are compiled for future modules and archival purposes. In this way the online course can become an organic resource bridging the founders of the early cohorts with those future generations of learners.

    Enrollment in the Fourth Cohort is NOW open: The online source of course modules for Saving Cultural Resources by Learning Places!

    Enroll Now

    https://www.cascadianow.org/learning-places

    Learning Places
    Learning Places offers continuing education using the combined methods of service and long-distance online learning to help communities save their cultural resources. A new approach to learning the concepts and the best practices for applying preservation treatments and cultural resource management services for resources in Montana, Idaho and adjoining states will be implemented within online modules of the syllabus completed by the cohorts of enrolled volunteer/students for the preservation of their own choice of historic property. 


    At first the Learning Places course will include the case studies selected by the instructor. Later cohorts will eventually read about previous student led projects as the examples are compiled for future modules and archival purposes. In this way the online course can become an organic resource bridging the founders of the early cohorts with those future generations of learners.

    Enrollment is NOW open: The online source of course modules for Saving Cultural Resources by Learning Places!


    Enroll Now https://www.cascadianow.org/learning-places


    Barry Sulam

    Learning Places
    A sponsored project by CN!  a 501(c)(3)

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    Barry Sulam, 
    Learning Places!
    Member project of CN!
    a 501(c)(3) org.