Mobility

2023-03-08 11:00 - 12:00

Overview of transportation standards relevant to large research university campuses — from micro-mobility to parking.  Send bella@standardsmichigan.com an email requesting an agenda.

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    Periodic review of best practice literature that sets the standard of care for interior furnishing specification, installation and maintenance.

    https://standardsmichigan.com/salutariness/

  • 2024-06-21 11:00 - 2024-06-21 12:00

    Overview of codes and standards relevant to the food service enterprises in K-12 schools, college and university student housing, athletic venues and university-affiliated healthcare systems.

     

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  • 2024-07-08 11:00 - 2024-07-08 12:00

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  • 2024-07-16 11:00 - 2024-07-16 12:00

    Illumination technologies have had a pattern of consuming about 35 percent of building electrical energy use.  That number has been pressed downward with the expanded application of LED luminaires and occupant responsive controls; much of the transformation hastened by IEEE and ASHRAE consensus products.

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    https://standardsmichigan.com/illumination-400/

     

     

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    There are written fine arts standards that have been developed by various organizations and educational bodies. These standards provide a framework for what students should know and be able to do in the arts at different grade levels. Here are a few examples of fine arts standards:

    National Core Arts Standards: The National Core Arts Standards were developed by the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards and outline what students should know and be able to do in dance, media arts, music, theater, and visual arts at different grade levels.

    State Fine Arts Standards: Many states have their own fine arts standards that are aligned with the National Core Arts Standards but may be tailored to reflect the unique needs and priorities of the state; e.g., State of Ohio Fine Art Standards

    International Baccalaureate Arts Standards: The International Baccalaureate (IB) program offers arts standards as part of their curriculum framework for the arts. These standards are designed to develop students' creative and critical thinking skills in the arts.

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    Today at 11 AM/ET we update our understanding of best practice literature relevant to the information and communication technology enterprises in education communities.  Our online meetings coincides with the day of two IEEE Education & Healthcare Facilities Committee teleconferences at 14:00 Central European time and 2:00 PM Eastern time in the Americas.   Starting 2023 we have begun to break down our coverage of information and communication technology embedded in campus buildings into two modules - Infotech 200 and Infotech 400.

    Open to everyone.  Use the login credentials at the upper right of our home page.

     

     

     

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    Review of development in safety and sustainability best practice catalogs for education community outdoor environment.

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    https://twitter.com/gmkov/status/1691080398200053762?s=20

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    Periodic review of the best practice catalogs that set the standard of care for security of education communities.    Less electrotechnical as with Security 100 and 200 and more Regulatory and management codes and standards; a great deal of which are self-referencing.

    https://standardsmichigan.com/security-300/

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