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Continuing Education Sessions-Listed by Date/Time

The following 90-minute education sessions will be offered from Friday afternoon through Tuesday morning. Each session is 1.5 professional development hours. Education sessions and leaders are subject to change.

 

Friday, October 3
2:00 – 3:30 PM

Friday, October 3
3:45 – 5:15 PM
  • Green Roof Plants
  • Introduction to the New ASLA Standard Contract
  • The Digital Landscape Architecture Studio
  • Essential Tree Issues: Planting to Preservation
  • Four Quads and Seven Mowers Ago: Greening the American Campus
  • Inside the LA Studio with Grupo de Diseño Urbano
  • Introduction to Green Walls, Technologies, Benefits and Design
  • Professional Project Photography: Maximizing the Shoot
 

Saturday, October 4
11:45 AM – 1:15 PM

Saturday, October 4
3:15 – 4:45 PM

  • Green Area Ratio Site Metrics
  • Growing Buildings from the Land: Collaborative Partnering with Architects
  • Hiring and Keeping Top Talent, Whatever the Economy
  • Inside the LA Studio with ARTECHO
  • Inside the LA Studio with EDSA
  • Nature + Urbanism
  • Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls
  • The Sustainable Sites Initiative: An Overview
  • But is it Green? Four New Products That Will Change the Way You Think
  • Challenges Innovative Approaches to Integrating Historic and Cultural Resources into Design
  • Client Roundtable: Architects
  • Client Roundtable: Mayors
  • Complete Streets: Shaping the Public Realm through Multi-Modal Design   with Urban Transit
  • Inside the LA Studio with Marta Fry Landscape Associates
  • Inside the LA Studio with Andropogon Associates, Ltd.
  • Inside the LA Studio with Mikyoung Kim
  • Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls
 

Sunday, October 5
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Sunday, October 5
2:30 – 4:00 PM

Sunday, October 5
4:15 – 5:45 PM

  • Advanced Green Roof Design, Construction and Maintenance
  • Case Study: Orange County Great Park
  • CEO Roundtable: Small Firms Challenges
  • Inside the LA Studio with Dirtworks
  • Media Roundtable: National Design Critics
  • Native Plant Connection: A New Look at How Landscapes Can Support Biodiversity
  • Play for All Abilities
  • Urban Design Case Study: The Atlanta Beltline
  • When Modernism Met Populism:   Preserving Public Modernist Landscapes
  • Recasting Cities: Green Infrastructure and the Arts in the New Civic Landscape
  • CEO Roundtable: Emerging Professionals
  • Implementing Sustainable Stormwater Management: Lessons Learned from Ten Years of Collaboration
  • Inside the LA Studio with Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects
  • Inside the LA Studio with Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Ltd
  • Integrating Water Features in Your Design: Achieving a Natural Look
  • Landscape Urbanism and Metropolitan Design
  • Persian and Islamic Influence in Contemporary Garden Design
  • The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Soils   and Vegetation
  • Artful Rainwater Design: Creative Strategies to Transform Stormwater Management Into Rainwater Amenity
  • Conceptual Terrain Modeling with Google SketchUp
  • Design/Build
  • Green Infrastructure, Climate Change, Smart Growth and Sustainability: An International Perspective
  • Healthy Trees and Soils
  • Inside the LA Studio with Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
  • Inside the LA Studio with Civitas
  • The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Materials, Human Health and Well Being
     

Monday, October 6
8:00 – 9:30 AM

Monday, October 6
9:45 – 11:15 AM

Monday, October 6
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

  • Explore and Present Your 3D designs with Google SketchUp Pro
  • Greening Commercial Development: Lessons in the Economics of Sustainable   Design
  • Inside the LA Studio with Olin partnership
  • Inside the LA Studio with Janet Rosenberg + Associates
  • Integrating Sustainable Stormwater Management in Urban Design
  • Media Roundtable: Design Industry Magazines
  • Sustainable Practice in China
  • The Sustainable Sites Initiative:  Hydrology
  • Wet and Wild: Critical Points to Consider on Your Next Water Feature
  • Best Business Practices and Client Relations in the Residential Market
  • Case Study: Restoring the LA River
  • Inside the LA Studio with Turenscape
  • New Trends and Techniques in Urban Retail Planning and Development
  • Planting Through the Seasons
  • Play for All Ages
  • Realizing Sustainable Soils: The   Hardball Politics of Designed Soils
  • Selecting An Office Software Palette: Maximizing the Benefit Without Breaking the Bank
  • Vision for Downtown: Dynamic Streetscapes and   Public Spaces
  • Black and Green: Dynamic Balance in Transportation Corridor   Planning and Design
  • Inside the LA Studio with Mia Lehrer and Associates
  • Media Roundtable: Consumer Home and Garden Magazines
  • Opera on a Grand Scale: The Experience of Tokyo DisneySea and Disney's Animal Kingdom
  • Rebuilding Urban Places After Disaster: Lessons from Katrina
  • Return of the Natives: Sustainable Ecosystem Restoration and Water Quality   Protection at Fresh Pond
  • Sustainable Community Alliances: Getting Green Done
  • The Future of Municipal Stormwater Management in the US
  • Don't Let Green Design Cause Red Ink
     

Tuesday, October 7
8:00 – 9:30 AM

Tuesday, October 7
9:45 – 11:15 AM

  • Balancing Good Business and Good Design in the Residential Market
  • Inside the LA Studio with Mithun
  • Louisiana Speaks: Three Years After Katrina and Rita
  • Integrating Sustainable Stormwater Management in Urban Design
  • Reducing Stormwater Costs through Low Impact Development Strategies   and Practices
  • Wellness By Design: Applying Health Impact Assessments to Community Planning and Design Projects.

 

 

 

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Designing a More Sustainable Meeting

ASLA continues to reduce the carbon footprint of the annual meeting and 2008 will be the greenest meeting yet. The official meeting hotels and the Pennsylvania Convention Center are located within walking distance of each other, eliminating the need for shuttle buses. The hotels, convention center, show decorator, transportation company, and other vendors with whom ASLA contracts services must demonstrate a commitment to sustainable practices. ASLA’s printed materials, signage, and decorations are recycled, recyclable, and printed with soy ink. The meeting handouts will be distributed electronically. Meeting attendees may do their part by traveling to the meeting via Amtrak, purchasing a TerraPass, or arranging air travel through GoodShop (see Travel and Hotel Information).