Continuing Education Unit Credits

Conveniently get credit while learning more about how to use different materials and technology in your projects.

These features are certified as Continuing Education Unit exercises.
Designers must complete a certain number CEU hours each year to keep their professional association memberships (IIDA, AIA, ASID, IDC, etc.) valid.

Links to CEU Articles and Exercises by Kenn Busch:

Where Does Design Come From? (Interiors & Sources, August 2015)

Composite Wood Panels: The Big Green Story (Interiors & Sources, April 2015)

TFL Decorative Panles: Responsible Design Defined (Interiors & Sources, June 2015)

"The Role of Wood in a Harmonious World" (Interiors & Sources, March 2014)

"The Evolution of the Wood Panel"
 (Interiors & Sources, May 2009)
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"Value Engineering Decorative Surfaces Without Compromise" (Interiors & Sources, May 2010)
Read and take the test online

"Rubber Flooring in Commercial Interiors"

"Rubber Flooring: Value and Beauty for the Long Term"

"Recycling Program Adds to Rubber Flooring’s Environmental Advantages"

"Stone Veneers Add Impact to High-Profile Projects"

"Not All Wall Base is Created Equal"

"Making the Most of Technology in the Classroom"

"Collaborative Learning in Higher Education"

"Advanced Carpet Backing Technology Receives High Marks at UC Merced"