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The use of Internet technologies in delivering architectural CPD

Bridges, A. and Grierson, H. (2000) The use of Internet technologies in delivering architectural CPD. In: Construction Information Technology. CIT2000, Reykjavik, Iceland, pp. 136-144. ISBN 9979917431

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Abstract

This paper is based on a Royal Institute of British Architects funded project carried out with the co-operation of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. The study reports on modes of delivery for various levels of Continuing Professional Development (CPD); detailed surveys of the IT equipment and skill levels in Scottish architectural practices; and the possible uses of simple Internet technologies to provide CPD to these practices. Proposals are made regarding the strategies that may be adopted by the professional institutes with regard to both new technologies and supporting a widely dispersed membership.