The Construction Research Exchange is a resource that was developed by the Research Committee of the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) in partnership with Procore.INTRODUCTION VIDEO - HOW TO USE THE EXCHANGE
Browse our directory of Research Experts to see a comprehensive list of construction educators who are available as mentors or Q&A volunteers.
Find experts and resources for specific Research Topics including upcoming grant opportunities and peer-reviewed publications.
Find opportunities to collaborate with peers.
A Note About Posting Content on Construction Research Exchange
When you post full-text articles or supplementary materials on the Construction Research Exchange (CRE), you do not transfer or assign copyright to us. Rather, you make the content available to the public through CRE. You retain the right to remove such content from CRE at any time.
If you choose to publicly post content, we encourage you to first confirm your rights before doing so. As we do not have any information about rights you may hold, or any license terms or other restrictions which might apply to such content, we necessarily rely on you to understand your rights and act accordingly. For this reason, we request that you fully investigate and confirm that you have sufficient rights to post particular content to CRE before you do so. As a general matter, if you are an author publishing in a journal, you may be allowed to publish certain versions of your article, but not others, and privately share certain content with others. However, many journals restrict publication of final versions and impose limitations on private sharing.
Your starting point for understanding your rights is the agreement(s) you have with your publisher or other rights owner. If you’re still unsure about what you’re allowed to share on CRE, we recommend that you get in touch directly with your publisher. There are other resources available that you might also find useful in understanding your rights, such as How Can I Share It (http://www.howcanishareit.com).
A Note from Procore.org
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Procore.org works with universities to educate the future construction workforce, support the advancement of the trades and skilled labor, and provide free access to Procore products for nonprofit organizations that are helping to build and rebuild within local communities.
Since 2015, Procore has provided free access to its software to academic institutions offering degrees in construction management, architecture, and engineering. This includes a complete classroom-ready curriculum and teaching materials to educate the future construction workforce.
Thank you for working with Procore.org. Together we are teaching the next generation of the construction industry!
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