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I&S Continuing Education Series Articles
Register your CEUs with IDCECDesigners who read Interiors & Sources Continuing Education Series articles and complete the series of questions at the end of each article are eligible to receive continuing education credits (CEUs) as approved by IDCEC. To register your CEUs with NCIDQ, visit their web site.

CEU Information
Each CEU article has been approved for one hour of continuing education credit (0.1 CEU). Please begin the process by reading the listed articles below. You will have the option to start the CEU within the article detail. We will supply a certificate of completion for your CEU certification upon successful completion of the test questions.
CEU Articles

With collaborative work and learning taking place beyond the office, healthcare and education interiors must follow suit

As the industry shifts its focus to health and well-being, the effect of seating takes center stage

Why rubber resilient flooring is a smart (and sustainable) choice in educational environments.

Go behind the scenes on the manufacturing of surface materials

Designing for sustainability and well-being in the workplace

Innovative flooring options can help mitigate losses from electrostatic discharge

Changes in LEED v4 credit requirements are important, but only part of the story

The effect of technology on the design of space in higher learning.

Understanding clients’ needs by asking the right questions will help uncover the most appropriate path to designing effective workplace solutions.

The environments in which we work, learn, heal, and relax are evolving dramatically; as technology and innovation reshape interiors and the furnishings within them, designers and specifiers must respond accordingly.

Achieve the rich look of wood with greater durability, better consistency, and less guilt.

With virtually endless design options, decorative tiles are dressing up the ceiling plane while offering numerous performance, safety, and environmental benefits.

Managing our emotional bond with nature’s most renewable resource.
Workplace mobility is changing how employees use and view the office, but what does that mean for designers tasked with creating next-generation spaces?
Clients are demanding that office space be much more than merely a place to sit and work, but that’s easier said than done. Here’s how you can plan for the future.
Mobility and technology together have created great benefits, not just for businesses, but also for their workers and the world.
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