EGB Educational Resources
We are brain-dumping a lot of favorite resources here for EGBers and others interested in pursuing LEED accreditation or project certification.
Formerly known as "In the LEED," Green Exam Academy is an independent
provider of LEED exam study materials and summaries, including a great
deal of free content.
A blog "created to fill the void of knowledge about all the little
things that can make the LEED process frustrating." By a LEED AP who
"routinely works on these issues and wanted to share what [he]
discovers in the hopes of making the LEED system more efficient,
easier to use, and effective for everyone."
Shortcut to the AREforum's LEED-oriented topics.
Harvard University's Green Building Resource, which features full LEED
documentation for a variety of new construction and commercial
Full set of LEED documentation for the Platinum certification of 1537
Webster Street, a green major renovation in downtown Oakland, CA.
Full set of LEED documentation for the existing building certification
of 1111 Franklin Street Building, the Office of the President of the
University of California, also in downtown Oakland.
The LEED Toolkit for LEED-NC v2.2 developed by NM's Energy, Minerals,
and Natural Resources Department - Energy Conservation Division. (I
was on the team that produced this!)