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Timber Education Resource Library
This library seeks proposals for video content to be used in evidence-based course environments for learning about mass timber.Learn More
2023 Timber Education Prize
The Timber Education Prize seeks to recognize effective, innovative courses and curricula that create a stimulating and evidence-based environment for learning about timber.Learn More
2023 Course Development Prize - Winners Announced
Education in architecture and urbanism is well-positioned creatively and critically to address the exigencies of climate change. However, pedagogical methods that prioritize immediate applicability can come at the expense of teaching and research that explore the sociocultural and ecopolitical dimensions of the crisis...Learn More
Professional Practice Education Library
ProPEL is a library of video resources on foundational and emerging topics ranging from contracts to lean construction and design. ProPEL was developed in partnership between ACSA and NCARB.Read More
ACSA Online Discussions
Since March of 2020, the ACSA has been hosting a series of online discussions centered around the pivot to online learning and equity in architecture. This page is a growing repository of resource videos and audio files of the online events.Learn More
Steel Video Resources
Below are Steel Resource videos from Professor Terri Meyer Boake from the University of Waterloo, School of Architecture on Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS). These video are provided from The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, and Professor Boake.Learn More
A collaborative effort of the AIA and the National Institute of Building Sciences, Building Research Information Knowledgebase (BRIK) is an interactive portal offering online access to peer-reviewed research projects and case studies in all facets of building.Learn More
We invite each of you to submit current coursework from any level of the curriculum, in any program, on any topic—studio, seminar, or lecture; design or research; foreign or domestic study.