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Information Technology for Architects – Commodity and Firmness in the 21st Century

September 6, 2006
by Canadian Architect

The Ontario Association of Architects is offering this course on November 3, 2006 at the OAA Headquarters for five (5) OAA-directed points. The course examines a number of information technology (I.T.) applications, tools and approaches that are currently available to architects ranging from sole practitioners to members of much larger firms. There will be particular emphasis placed on emerging web-based applications. Pros and cons of various I.T. options are examined, and appropriate contact information will be provided so that attendees can pursue any of these avenues at their leisure. A useful overview is developed and presented from a Canadian architectural rather than an I.T. perspective.

To register, please visit If for whatever reason you can not download a registration form from the OAA website, please email [email protected] and a form will be sent to you via e-mail.

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