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  • Light & Us: Human Evolution Under Light | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Lightly
    • Presented by George C Bosson
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  During the course of human evolution, exposure to natural lighting conditions has conditioned neurological stimuli that regulate numerous biological functions. Circadian Rhythm, rooted in the Latin for “around the day”, is a term describing the entrained cyclical processes used to sustain most living organisms. The changing spectral distribution characteristics of the sun and the onset of night have...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Advancing the Night Time Environment | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Acuity
    • Presented by Perri Nuener
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Light at night provides the benefit of increased visibility and the associated impressions of safety and security, but how might we reimagine light at night not only as innovation in technology, but innovation in thought to address the needs and desired outcomes for the community in which it is installed? Let’s discover the stakeholders, influencers and motivations to...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Floodlighting 101 | On Demand

    • Brought to you by BEGA
    • Presented by Noah Rockey
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Floodlighting 101 is a comprehensive, AIA accredited course covering everything you need to know about designing with floodlights. Some topics discussed include basic terminology and lighting concepts, glare and visual comfort, and floodlighting tactics and installation methods Learning Objective 1: Define the basic terminology used in lighting and floodlighting design. Learning Objective 2:Read More

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Design Essentials for the Outdoor Lighting Professional | On Demand

    • Brought to you by BK Lighting
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    Description
    This course will introduce attendees to essential design concepts used by landscape lighting professionals. Topics will include why we light, what we light, and how we light. We will cover a number of design elements including focal glow and ambient luminescence. Techniques that we will discuss include up-lighting, down-lighting, and pathway lighting. Learning Objective 1: Identify reasons why we light...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Approaches to Acoustic Lighting- One Solution for 2 Design Problems COOL 400 | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Cooledge
    • Presented by Rusty McBride
    Description
    Approaches to Acoustic Lighting- One Solution 2 Design Problems  JOIN US TO LEARN ABOUT WHY ACOUSTIC LIGHTING SHOULD BE A KEY COMPONENT OF YOUR DESIGN AND HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST SOLUTION. Acoustic lighting is a real thing, delivering real value. Learn why acoustic lighting is suddenly an important component of designing modern spaces. Topics include the trends driving the...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Luminous Surfaces for Architecture COOL 300 | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Cooledge
    • Presented by Rusty McBride
    Description
    Luminous Surfaces for Architecture  JOIN US FOR AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT LUMINOUS SURFACES, THE MOST COMPELLING LIGHTING CATEGORY IN ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN. Learn how luminous surfaces will change the way lighting is incorporated into architecture. Topics include the history and role of luminous surfaces in creating spaces that are more synchronized with the human experience of our environment, standards...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • AUTOTHARIG3 – Automated Theatrical Rigging: Features and Cost Analysis | On Demand

    • Brought to you by ETC
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Modern automated rigging combines the innovations in engineering and manufacturing with advanced computerized control and brings such technology within reach of performance spaces that could use it the most. Review the safety features, accessibility, functionality, and performance options available; evaluate the total cost impacts of new construction with a modern automated rigging system. The primary audience for this session is...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • BLTGCO3 – Basic Lighting Control and Dimming Systems | On Demand

    • Brought to you by ETC
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    This session will explore the basics of a typical lighting control system. We’ll start with a review of the basic terminology of lighting control and how that terminology varies between an architectural system and a theatrical system. We will then discuss some of the basic components of a typical lighting system and how they are used in the design and...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • DMX101 – You’ve got a Friend in DMX | On Demand

    • Brought to you by ETC
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    This program will provide a brief overview of the control protocol, DMX. Used industry-wide for simple to very complex control, DMX is a fast, reliable, and manufacturer-agnostic protocol. Benefits and basic comparisons of how DMX is used in dimming, color tuning and color mixing situations will be discussed. A simple explanation of the DMX wiring structure and common problems round...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • LIGHT+EDUCATION | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Fluxwerx
    • Presented by Melissa Ernest
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    Description

    Today’s classrooms are multifunctional learning spaces designed to inspire. Flexible, comfortable, high-performance lighting is critical to complement and support the variety of collaborative and individual-led teaching and learning activities and functions these environments demand.

    This presentation is a guide for understanding the considerations when designing for education and establishing the connection between lighting and human wellness in education-oriented...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Rethinking Light, Design + Human Experience in a Solid State world of LEDs | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Fluxwerx
    • Presented by Melissa Ernest
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Light plays a critical role in the spaces we construct and for the people who ultimately inhabit them. As the built environment transforms from the assembly of inanimate materials crafted by a series of independent trade artisans to a world of intelligent, interconnected solid state electronic devices throughout a facility that embraces the Internet of Things (IoT), new methodology is...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Light + Office | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Fluxwerx
    • Presented by Melissa Ernest
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Current workspace environments continue to adapt to workers’ evolving behaviors and expectations in order to meet the wide variety of needs. Thoughtful selection of lighting in the workplace elevates the architectural environment, providing a level of functionality, well-being and visual comfort to space occupants, as well as enhancing the attributes of the architectural design itself. This presentation is a guide...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Light + Well Building | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Fluxwerx
    • Presented by Melissa Ernest
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    WELL is the leading tool for advancing health and well-being in buildings globally. As stated by The International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™), 4,156 projects encompassing over 540 million square feet are applying WELL across 61 countries. This presentation gives an overview of the lighting requirements in WELL v2 standard, focusing on key factors plus practical recommendations and strategies that should...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Lighting Design in the Outdoors & Minimalization of Environmental Impacts | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Landscape Forms
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description Lighting design in the outdoors needs to take into consideration not only human activities, but also the context of pedestrian spaces, among them the architecture, changes based on day to night, and adjacencies to the space. This CEU will discuss the hierarchy of design elements to consider when lighting outdoor spaces for people and how they live, learn,...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Lighting Design Considerations for the Healing Environment | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Acuity
    • Presented by Tommy Nichols
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Healthcare spaces have unique lighting needs, both for patients and healthcare professionals. This presentation will discuss various areas within a healthcare setting, both inpatient and outpatient facilities, and review the lighting needs, design considerations and techniques, and current trends as they relate to both the patient and the caretaker. Learning Objectives:
    • Define a health care space and...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Circadian-Lighting Versus Color-Tuning | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Lightly
    • Presented by Benjamin Rapkin
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  The term “human-centric lighting” has been controversial since it first appeared years ago. It begs the question, “Haven’t designers been striving to create beneficial human experiences before the term was coined?” With the emergence of new research and technology around lighting for circadian entrainment, “Are we expected to prescribe light as a doctor would prescribe medicine?” This course...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Let’s Clear the Air with UV-C | On Demand

    • Brought to you by The Lighting Quotient
    • Presented by Tommy Nichols
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  The COVID‐19 pandemic exposed the inability of buildings to mitigate the transmission of airborne diseases in the interest of occupant health safety. With the emergence of new variants, pre‐symptomatic occupants infecting other occupants, and the realization that other novel airborne pathogens are sure to follow, how might we solve the present indoor air crisis and prepare for what...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Lighting and the Collaborative Workplace | On Demand

    • Brought to you by The Lighting Quotient
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Office design is a major component of employee engagement, retention and productivity. Top performing companies recognize that good design is good for business. They create workplaces where focus and collaborative thinking coexist, empowering each individual to excel while facilitating constructive interactions with coworkers. The office of today and tomorrow must address a multi-generational workforce, be humanistic, offer choice,...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Plane Lighting- Understanding Our Responses to the Lighting of Architectural Surfaces | On Demand

    • Brought to you by The Lighting Quotient
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  An examination of physiological and psychological responses to the lighting of architectural surfaces. Advantages of asymmetric luminaires in creating impactful, uniform lighting effects are also explored. Topics: Physiological and psychological responses to illuminated surfaces and spaces; considerations for relating light sources to their target surfaces; attributes of asymmetric luminaires; and factors influencing our perception of uniformity. Learning Objectives:...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • LP2021AIAHSW | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Luceplan
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Learning Objectives: 
    • Detail how good lighting + acoustical design increases comfort in projects
    •  Learn how to set lighting and acoustic goals for your clientsaccording to Well v2.0
    • Improve project acoustics using five different acoustical lighting solutions within projects
    • Explain positive benefits of acoustic design for different project types and review case studies
    • ...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Shedding Light on Healthcare Design | On Demand

    • Brought to you by New Star
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  This 45- minute seminar explores a variety of lighting requirements and design considerations for the healthcare industry. Learning Objectives:
    • Identify: Key market indicators and trends in healthcare design.
    • Discuss: How lighting design impacts patients and staff.
    • Understand: Design considerations for key applications and how to utilize benefits of LEDs.
    • Discover: Lighting design resources and reference materials...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • LED and Laser Lighting got Architectural Applications | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Precise LED
    • Presented by Yudi Hochheiser
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  In this introductory course, we will review how lighting sources have evolved over time, how modern LED and Laser sources have revolutionized the design industry, and how their many beneficial characteristics can be utilized to shape spaces and create visual interest.

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Transforming Indoor Environments into Healthy Places | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Zaniboni
    • Presented by Luca Masella
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Step into a world where architecture meets well-being. Join us in this AIA presentation as we explore the transformative power of healthy buildings, unraveling the impact of indoor environments on our senses and attention. Discover the key elements of designing spaces that harmonize with our natural inclinations, promoting not just physical health but also mental and emotional well-being....

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    December, 2024
    31
  • WAC-LED 401 | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Modern Forms
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    OBJECTIVES: 1. To Understand basic Benefits of a Fan 2. History and Advancements of Fans 3. Fan Construction and Installation 4. DC Motors and Energy Cost Savings of Today's Fans 5. Progress in Modern Smart Ceiling Fan Design Development 6. Recent Advancements in Smart Fan Technologies and Connectivity 7. UV-C and LED Technologies Employed in Smart Fans 8. Latest Codes...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • AIACESZUM11 | How Bioadaptive Lighting in the Workplace Improves Well-Being | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Zumtobel
    • Where Offices
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description: Discover the benefits of how a bioadaptive lighting system specially designed to support the cyclic pattern of physical, emotional, or mental activity of employees helps reduce stress in the office environment. Learning Objectives: 
    1. Understand how lighting in the workplace plays an important role for human vision but is also the main source of information for...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • AIACESZUM14 | Lighting for Learning | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Zumtobel
    • Where Offices
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Lighting for learning is more than footcandles on a desktop. The new paradigm in educational architecture revolves around innovative learning concepts that acknowledge varied teaching and learning patterns. Learn what lighting techniques complement and enhance learning environments. Learning Objectives:  1. Learn how light focuses attention to teaching or demonstration areas and how to adapt lighting to different demonstration...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • AIACESZUM14 | Lighting for Learning | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Zumtobel
    • Where Offices
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Quality exterior lighting design is heavily influenced by a multitude of interwoven factors; economic, environmental and social. These factors include degree of public activity, exposure to environmental extremes and extended project life. They both define exterior lighting and demand a balanced approach. Learn how to create an exterior lighting strategy and gain knowledge on the latest research on...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • A Comprehensive Overview of Mirror TVs | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Electric Mirror
    • Presented by Doug Finefrock
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  Provides an overview of Mirror TVs, with discussion of the key features and benefits, mirror and technology options, installation choices, and how to optimize a design project using Mirror TVs. Learning Objectives:  1. Understand the benefits and features of a Mirror TV. 2. Make the best selections for your Mirror TV. 3. Review the technical components of the...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • How to Elevate the Sustainability of Architectural Products | On Demand

    • Brought to you by Lightly
    • Presented by Brian Treston
    • Where Offices or Virtual
    • Time 1 hour
    Description
    Course Description:  This course helps designers cut through the noise and focus on two key frameworks for evaluating architectural product sustainability.  First, the International Living Future Institute has provided a framework for evaluating the toxicity of products with its Declare Label. Second, Enviornmental Product Declarations have become the gold standard in measuring the carbon footprint of products. Attendees will learn...

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    December, 2024
    31
  • Rethinking Light, Design + Human Experience in a Solid State world of LEDs | ON DEMAND

    • Brought to you by Fluxwerx
    • Presented by Melissa Ernest
    • Where Office, Virtual (MS Teams, Zoom, etc.)
    • Time 1 Hour
    Description
      1 LU | HSW / AIA | IDCEC Contact us to Schedule time and Location Light plays a critical role in the spaces we construct and for the people who ultimately inhabit them. As the built environment transforms from the assembly of inanimate materials crafted by a series of independent...

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    December, 2024
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