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Covid-19 Crisis: Online learning resources

With Australian and New Zealand universities moving courses online due to the COVID-19 crisis, the AASA is playing a critical role in providing necessary resources and platforms for online learning with members.

Webinar #1 'What is Good Online Learning in Architecture?'

In response to the Covid-19 crisis, the AASA presented a one-hour Webinar on 3 April 2020 to assist staff of architecture programs in the current rush to online teaching.

Webinar #2 "Reviews, Site Visits and Student Perspectives – The Challenges of Online Learning in Architecture”

We are excited to announce the second webinar in the Online Learning in Architecture series – “Reviews, Site Visits and Student Perspectives – The Challenges of Online Learning in Architecture”.

Webinar Series

The AASA is running the Webinar Series “Online Learning in Architecture”, in which public webinars will be provided on various topics and challenges relevant to online learning methods.

AASA sponsors parlour

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There is a consensus among universities agreeing that e-Learning has become an increasingly important tool for teachers and students in architectural education. The exponential growth of e-Learning makes it important that learning should happen at greater pace and depth. In meeting this challenge, one requires new thinking about the ways and means of acquiring knowledge and skills as well as ways and means of developing learning resources that can keep pace with the changing knowledge environment.

RMIT Professor Tom Kovac has presented at the Medini CEO forum in Malaysia

Tom Kovac RMIT Professor of Architecture and Medy Hassan RMIT Deputy Chair of the Centre for Integrated Project Solutions Industry Advisory Board, Adjunct Professor in RMIT’s School of Property, Construction and Project Management; speaking at MEDINI CEO FORUM 2017 – The Future Revolution Smart Cities IoT and Innovation. – Malaysia Biennial 100YC Medini 2017 is one of Malaysia’s largest urban developments with a gross development value (GDV) of US$20 billion, is envisaged to be the new central business district for Iskandar Puteri. The 2,230-acre mixed development zone will be designed as a smart city incorporating financial, residential, leisure and healthcare components.

Project to Practice: Innovating Architecture AASA 9th International Conference, 2016

Hosted by the School of Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney and the NSW Architects Registration Board
Venue: University of Technology Sydney
Dates: 30 September and 1st October, 2016

Deakin University - PaperSpace 2016

From 31 October to 4 November 2016 the Deakin University School of Architecture and Built Environment’s annual student exhibition will again be held at The Atrium Federation Square.

Design Build puts Student Skills on Show

Students from Deakin University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment participated in a new initiative that gave them the opportunity to display their work at DesignBUILD 2016, a leading event for industry professionals from the architecture, building, construction and design communities.

MSD partners with Parlour

The Melbourne School of Design is pleased to announce that we have officially become a partner of Parlour. Parlour is an incorporated association dedicated to promoting gender equity and supporting women in architecture.

Bower Studio build for Wave Hill Walk-off Anniversary

Bower Studio, led by the University of Melbourne’s Dr David O’Brien, had just two weeks in May to build three four-metre high steel and iron pavilions in 38 degree heat.

Pillar of UQ Architecture departs after over 40 years of service

This month, The School of Architecture warmly farewells Mrs Kay Leaf-Milham, after more than 40 years of service to The University of Queensland.

Fast Forward 016 - Lecture Series

The School of Architecture and Planning’s annual guest lecture series, Fast Forward, aims to foster debate, discussion and development within the disciplines of architecture, urban planning and urban design.

All lectures are free and open to the public. Attendance at each lecture earns 10 CPD points.

21 September 2016 – 12 October 2016

Enric Ruiz-Geli Public Lecture at RMIT University

RMIT School of Architecture and Design, is proud to invite you to Enric Ruiz-Geli’s lecture “Its all about particles”

UTS Student Awkar Ruel wins prestigious Opera House award

Opera House award winner: Refugee who says it was his inspiration

Sandra Manninger ‘Sensible Bodies’ Lecture

Public lecture by Sandra Manninger, from Span Del Campo Manninger Architects. Friday 19th August 2016 at 6:00PM RMIT Building 80, Level 7, Lecture Theatre (80.07.01) Swanston Academic Building, 445 Swanston St, Melbourne

Abedian School of Architecture
Victoria University Wellington