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Core Sunlighting: RAIC’s interactive online course offers third session

April 3, 2013
by Canadian Architect

Architecture Canada | RAIC is offering a third session of its interactive online course, developed by the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT),  that examines the application of core sunlighting approaches and technologies in commercial buildings as sustainable strategies to reduce costs, offset greenhouse gas, and provide a substantially improved indoor environment in workplaces.

Students will be provided a login and password by BCIT prior to course start. Offered from April 27 to May 6, 2013, each participant will be able to log in two to three times over a one-week period (5-7 hours in total) during which period an instructor/facilitator will answer questions and moderate a discussion. Using tools such as video, audio and voiced-over PowerPoint, students will “visit” demonstration sites and hear from core sunlighting experts.

The deadline for registration is April 22, 2013. RAIC Members and Students enjoy preferential rates. For all the details and to register, please visit

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