If you would like access to just this event, please reach out to the contact listed below
Yahya Zephyr (co-op student) - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in accessing past and future content, consider joining BW: S2020
Log into Learn. Under the Waterloo Learn logo, there is a horizontal menu ribbon. Click on Self Registration. In the list of Self Registering Course Offerings, scroll down to “Buildings Workshop: Summer 2020”, and click on the hyperlink in the “Course Offering Name” column. In the box that pops up, click “Register”. Confirm your information and click “Submit”, review the details, and hit “Submit” again. And now complete the registration by clicking “Done”.
Now, when you log into Learn, you can navigate to the course “Buildings Workshop: Summer 2020” like you would any other course, whether it is through the 'All’ tab on the Learn home page or by clicking on the ‘Select a Course’ button (nine box grid). I recommend pinning it to the top of your list.
BW: S2020 – Live Lecture – TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Daniel Lacroix discusses the behaviour of wood structures under blast loading. Offered as a part of Building Workshop Summer 2020 (BW: S2020).
This Workshop is for members of the University of Waterloo community who wish to expand their learning this summer, in particular for those who are interested in buildings. The content will be targeted at a mid-level undergraduate student audience, but some may range from basic to advanced depending on what your academic background is (i.e a 2B architecture student has a different understanding of people and culture than a 2B civil engineering student). There is so much to cover when considering buildings: how they are designed, how they are built, who builds them, who uses them... the list goes on. In order to provide some structure to the content in this workshop, we have created 7 Streams by which we will categorize the materials: 1. Careers, 2. Design, 3. People and Culture, 4. Service, 5. Sustainability, 6. Technology and 7. Visual Communication.
If you are interested in other conferences or events related to the Building Workshop you can refer to this ever-evolving schedule: