The purpose of the workshop is to help leaders, at all levels of the Society, effectively work with volunteers and strengthen their leadership skills. A certificate of completion (no CEUs) is available for immediate download after watching the three sessions in their entirety.
The annual update is kicked off with the Strategic Plan, Society Awards including Louis B Marks, Medal, DSA, Fellows, and the Presidential Awards. Immediately following, the IES Staff provides perspective on the year's efforts in Outreach, Research, Education and Standards, ending with a special preview of the IES online Lighting Library.
Presented during the 2021 Annual Conference, these presentations have been curated as a package so you can learn the ways design evolves to meet nuanced project needs and aspirations. Four sessions for the cost of three! 4 CEUs.
Consider this an opportunity to catch up on "Current Events" in lighting by revisiting sessions from our 2021 Annual Conference. These presentations have been curated as a package so you can hear different angles of rapidly evolving topics: codes, horticulture, GUV, and sustainability. Four sessions for the cost of three! 4 CEUs.
Presented during the 2021 Annual Conference, these presentations have been curated as a package so you can enjoy the must-see talks about lighting controls. Four sessions for the cost of three - 4 CEUs.
Presented by PNNL experts and partners, this series, "Meeting the Moment" explores how future lighting systems have the potential to be more energy-efficient, flexible, and controllable, to improve our well-being and productivity, and reduce negative environmental impacts. IES Members can rewatch this archive for free!
In this session of Light for Life, IDA presents "Astrophotography and Astronomy Heritage" with Sergio Emilio Montúfar Codoñer. Through the eyes of a photographer, learn about our nighttime, our heritage, and the process behind capturing the sky after dark. As hosts of this collaborative webinar series, the IES facilitated webinars with curated content from partner organizations around the world.
In this session of Light for Life, SEEEI presents "Beyond Illumination - Lighting As a Platform to Improve Our Lives". Ian Rubin discusses the right light, at the right time - how to design for it, enjoy it, and why it is important for our well-being. Discover city beautification through intentional lighting with project examples of community-specific lighting installations.
In this session of Light for Life, IES Australia and New Zealand present "Circling in on the Circular Economy". With Nikita Kalia, explore ways to consider elements of lighting: packaging, fixtures, replacement parts, etc. through the lens of circular economy and sustainability principles. As of this collaborative webinar series, the IES facilitated webinars with curated content from partner organizations around the world.
2021 Light for Life: Essential Advice for Lighting Design Practice in the SARS-CoV-2 Post-Pandemic Era
In this session of Light for Life, SLuz presents "Essential Advice for Lighting Design Practice in the SARS-CoV-2 Post-Pandemic Era". Explore the ways that lighting design is a public health issue, and can represent intentional balance of visual effects and biological effects of lighting technology. As design changes to meet the wellness needs of occupants learn about restorative, integrative, and dynamic environments.
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