The website was originally launched in 2009 and has been redeveloped in 2013. The current site provides state of the art online networking capabilities that allow members to make and maintain contacts as well as continue conversations long after the conference has ended.
Please send a message to the website administrator, or to isparchitecture[at]gmail[dot]com, if you have any questions or problems signing up or using the site. We are happy to help.
The new ISPA website has Facebook-like networking capabilities built-in that allows members to make and maintain contacts, participate in forum discussions, message each other, and share other important information. To sign-up, first navigate to the Registration page.
Complete the registration form. This information will only appear for other registered ISPA members. It is not public.
Once the registration form has been completed you will get a confirmation page (above), along with an email (below).
The email will have a link that must be followed in order to complete the registration of your account. Check your Spam and Junk Mail folders for the activation email.
3. The activation page should look like this (above). However, if there is a request for an activation code or a notification stating “Access Pending […] A white list request has been recorded,” please ignore. The activation is already complete and you are able to login by navigating to the login page (below).
You no longer need the emailed web link to login, just your login details.
Login & Using Your Member Profile:
Member accounts are edited and maintained by the account holder. You can update your profile with a photo, basic contact information, and research interests for the benefit of networking with other ISPA members. (Only logged in ISPA members are able to see your profile.)
“Friend” any member of the ISPA network for to stay in touch and ease communication. Friend the ISPA Web Administrator for the most up-to-date information about the society’s goings on.
Check and send messages to and from ISPA friends.
Change your account’s profile image by “Changing Avatar”.
Update your profile information. This information appears to other logged in ISPA members only, but is helpful for quickly sharing your research interests, publication history, and current academic affiliation.
Groups are useful for more focused discussions, and could serve as the basis for a panel session at an ISPA conference. Request membership to each group, or setup a group of your own. All groups (except the Business Group) are open to all ISPA members. Just request membership from the ISPA Administrator.
Make sure to logout to secure your account.
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