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Earn Professional Development Hours While You Learn!
Explore historical and political factors affecting land use and development and discover opportunities for landscape architects to take the lead in community building�participate in ASLA�s August 7 desktop seminar.
Register today athttp://www.asla.org/nonmembers/education/registration.htm.
Preserving Community Character Through Design
August 7, 2003
1:30 p.m. � 3:00 p.m. EDT
Faculty: Rodney Swink, FASLA
Education Credit:1.5 PDH
Community character develops over time and is a product of the natural, cultural, and built environment. Are communities today building anything worth preserving? Is the design community contributing to community character or detracting from it? This session stresses that citizens should expect more from designers and landscape architects should be the leaders in preserving community character. We will review recent shifts in land use in America and show how both public policy and consumer attitudes have altered our use of land. And we will look at recent trends and actions that suggest we are again changing our expectations for land use, thus affecting the work of landscape architects.
- Understand the historical factors behind land use decisions in America
- Identify recent public policy trends that affect land use and development decisions
- Recognize emerging opportunities for designers in community building
Register now for this live, interactive desktop seminar at: http://www.asla.org/nonmembers/education/registration.htm.
ASLA Makes It Easy to Earn Professional Development Hours
ASLA�s Desktop Seminars and Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series Online (LATIS) provide a convenient and affordable way to earn professional development hours (PDH) and explore important issues and topics in landscape architecture.
Desktop Seminarsare just an hour and a half in length and enable you to earn 1.5 PDH. These live, interactive sessions are delivered via telephone and PowerPoint slides or other graphical content are available at your desktop via the Internet. For more information, visit http://www.asla.org/nonmembers/education/upcoming.htm.
Good news for landscape architects licensed in Florida:
Twelve ASLA archived desktop seminars have been approved for continuing education credit by the Florida Board of Landscape Architecture. For a complete list of these programs, visithttp://www.asla.org/nonmembers/education/florida_licensed.htm.
LATISenables you to earn five PDH for completing and passing a self-study exam. Self-study materials and exams are available on a variety of technical topics and can be downloaded from ASLA�s web site at http://www.asla.org/latis/latis_toc.html.
Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
Urban and Regional Planning Department
San Jose State University