Join Buildings Workshop: Spring 2021

Buildings Workshop is spelt in large bolded letters on a brightly coloured background. The text inset reads: Join UWaterloo’s free online workshop for Engineering and Architecture students. Self-register on Learn to participate in portfolio-building projects, networking events, and live lectures from industry professionals!

Join the Spring 2021 Buildings Workshop on Learn! 

UWaterloo’s free online workshop for Engineering and Architecture students is back for another great term!

The Buildings Workshop is a free self-registered online course offered through the University of Waterloo that gives you access to architecture and engineering-focused content whether you are on a remote co-op term, a part-time study term, or somewhere in between. New content is uploaded and streamed on Learn every week of the term, beginning on May 18th

In the Workshop, you will be able to:

Build your portfolio with design project prompts and competition postings 

Attend live lectures and Q&A with experts from a variety of design and engineering fields 

Meet students from other design and engineering disciplines 

Improve your skills via software and workflow tutorials 

Receive constructive feedback on projects designed to get you thinking critically about the built environment

Learn from 7 interdisciplinary streams: Careers, Design, People and Culture, Service, Sustainability Technology, and Visual Communication


How to enroll: 

Log onto Learn and click Self-Registration. Scroll through the list of Course Offerings and find Buildings Workshop: Spring 2021. Click the hyperlink of the same name in the Course Offering Name column. In the pop-up, click Register. Confirm your info and click Submit, review the details, and click Submit again. Clicking Done will complete your registration.  

The Buildings Workshop will now be accessible via Learn like any other course.



 Live Schedule:



Organized by: Andrea Atkins, Terri Meyer Boake, Anastasia Jaffray, and the Buildings Workshop Team

Questions? Please contact the course T.A. Anastasia Jaffray (she/her) at via Outlook or Teams for more information or for assistance with self-registering on Learn.