AUGIWorld November 2019 Issue
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As AUGI members know, the learning never stops. Fortunately, there are so many training options! Whether you undertake an “immersion” experience such as Autodesk University, watch for (and take advantage of) new online training opportunities, or keep an eye out for new books hitting the market, there will never be a lack of material to help hone an existing skill or develop a new one. The November 2019 issue of AUGIWorld focuses on training and education, and there is something for everyone. Enjoy!
In the November 2019 issue:
- Education & Training: Definitions and Differences – Dillon Mitchell discusses the importance training and how to get the best results for your staff and company.
- Tips on Training – Philip Russo remembers taking his first AutoCAD training course more than three decades ago and he’s been learning (and training others) ever since. Here, he offers his take on the evolution of training and also presents a Revit Structure lesson.
- Groin Vault: Modeling in Minutes – Jay B. Zallan provides a seriously quick demonstration for modeling a groin vault. Got a couple minutes? That’s all the time you need.
- Paths to Success – Brian Chapman introduces you to three professionals who can help set your course for 3ds Max success.
- Training Resources – Tony Carcamo helps you navigate the plethora of training available online, at events, and at the local bookstore.
- Developing a Strategic Plan, Part Two – In the wrap-up to this article series, Mark Kiker forecasts your professional life—with a Strategic Plan and without one. Once you’re on board (and it shouldn’t take long), he shows you how to get started.
- Inside Track – Brian Andresen presents new and enhanced AEC-related products. This month:Title Block Exchange Application, for creating drawing registers, then exporting/importing title block attributes for multiple drawings to Excel; AutoRoomLabel (ARL Toolbar) allows one-click insertion of labels with name, number, area, room perimeter; and Trace Electrical, for access to an advanced object library and an updated IFC export.