AIA New York State is expanding its output of online professional development offerings in the form of live, interactive webinars. We are seeking presenters interested in coming to our studio in the Albany area to deliver live webinars on-camera to virtual participants. Before submitting your proposal, make sure you are familiar with the following Speaker Guidelines that are in accordance with AIA quality assurance policies. Proposals will be reviewed by members of the AIANYS Online Education Task Force. If you have questions on the guidelines or the submission process, please contact Barry Westfall at firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminars should be 60-90 minutes in duration. Audience member interaction is very important and is one criterion for selection. The number of presenters per session will be limited to four panelists, including a moderator. Each speaker and/or panel member must be listed separately with all contact information provided.
Taken from the CES Course Directories list, presentations should fall under one of the following categories: Building Science & Performance · Design & Design Services · Legal · Materials & Methods · Practice · Project Management · Project Types · and Sustainable Design. While we will be accepting submissions in a wide variety of subject areas, we are especially interested in presentations in: Building Science & Performance, Materials & Methods
, and Sustainable Design.
AIANYS will retain a complete set of materials (including PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and a list of samples) on file for each seminar in order to meet The American Institute of Architects mandates.
Seminar and workshop presenters will be required to submit a master copy of their visual presentation materials in electronic format for CES review at least 4 weeks prior to the presentation. These materials are held for audit purposes only. Please do not submit seminar materials as part of your proposal.
Continuing Education Submittal
Once selected, AIANYS will submit your program to the American Institute of Architects CES to ensure that the appropriate LUs and HSW credits within AIA and New York mandatory education guidelines are applied and to avoid any possible confusion of credit.
The final step in the program design and delivery process is evaluation. To better implement future programming, participants will evaluate your session on the following criteria:
- How well did the content match the published description?
- How clearly stated were the learning objectives and were they met?
- How effective were the uploaded material and did they add value?
- How fulfilled were the attendees’ expectations?
- How valuable was the topic to the attendee?
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