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ASLA Online Learning: First Quarter in Review

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Over the course of the first quarter, ten ASLA webinars were organized and presented by ASLA members, committees, and Professional Practice Networks, covering an impressive breadth of topics, from drones to non-traditional career paths for landscape architects. 

New for 2021: ASLA's live presentations for PDH focus on themes of special interest to members. Our Online Learning series include:

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Emerging Professionals / Alternative Career Pathways
  • Climate Change
  • Design

Stay tuned for announcements of upcoming events, and if you missed any of the live virtual presentations that have taken place recently, the recordings are now available:

“On-the-Ground”: Acting on Research, Studio and Design Strategies

Hosted by ASLA's Committee on Education

Recorded on February 5

Free to view

 

ASLA + NPS Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Partnership

Co-hosted by ASLA and the National Park Service

Recorded on February 11

Free to view

 

Acknowledging Historic Black Landscapes

Hosted by the Historic Preservation Professional Practice Network’s Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) Subcommittee

Recorded on February 24

Free to view

 

Out There: New Practices of Community Engaged Design1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)

Part of the ASLA Online Learning Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion series

Recorded on March 2

$40 for ASLA members, $30 for Associate ASLA members, FREE for student members

 

Cultural Landscapes and Climate Change: A Framework for Assessing Impacts

Hosted by the Historic Preservation Professional Practice Network

Recorded on March 10 

Free to view

 

Drones 101-1000

Hosted by the Digital Technology Professional Practice Network

Recorded on March 16

Free to view

 

Smart Climate Solutions at Multiple Scales, Led by Landscape Architects1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)

Part of the ASLA Online Learning Climate Change series

Recorded on March 23

$40 for ASLA members, $30 for Associate ASLA members, FREE for student members

 

Hear Their Voices: Inspiring Stories from Women Leaders in Design Education

Hosted by ASLA's Committee on Education

Recorded on March 25 

Free to view

 

Stretching Our Muscles: Expanding the Influence of the Profession in Non-Traditional Careers1.0 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)

Part of the ASLA Online Learning Emerging Professionals / Alternative Career Pathways series

Recorded on March 30

$40 for ASLA members, $30 for Associate ASLA members, FREE for student members

 

Dark Sky Lighting – BUG Rating for LEED and SITES Credits

Hosted by the Sustainable Design and Development Professional Practice Network

Recorded on March 31

Free to view

To explore all upcoming ASLA webinars and past presentations, please visit asla.org/onlinelearning. Please note: three of the webinars listed above offer LA CES-approved professional development hours. You may access nearly 200 on-demand webinars available for professional development via learn.asla.org, including the Free PDH of the Month webinar, for ASLA members only!

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