Hey! Me and 11,999,000 of my Buddies can’t be at Autodesk University. How can we learn, connect and explore?
Autodesk University is the premier learning event for Autodesk software users. Seriously – if you can make it, you HAVE to go! But how about if you can’t?
A trip to Autodesk University is expensive, and it is held in Las Vegas. It’s not easy to convince your Boss that a trip to AU is ‘educational’!
So, if your Boss isn’t the enlightened type – what can you do?
Well – don’t worry. I’m here to reassure you that there are plenty of ways for a pro-active drafter to pick up actionable productivity tips and tricks, as well as keeping up with the latest technology during AU week, and the rest of the year round.
Autodesk University will now come to you. With seven international events and twelve ‘AUx’ extension events, the spirit of Autodesk University is more accessible than ever.
You can look for an event near you here:
If you can’t make it to an AU event – AU will come to you! Autodesk University online is a complete database of classes from every year of AU, including videos, handouts and supporting files. It’s well worth a browse (May require free sign up).
You can even watch highlights from previous AU events on the AU YouTube channel:
You can connect with other Autodesk CAD software users on the Autodesk forums:
Or by following the Autodesk University Blog:
You can also connect on Facebook on the AU page, and on Twitter by following #AU2016
Many key events from Autodesk University are broadcast live online, in real time – including the Keynote Address, the Closing Session, and the Innovation Forums.
How about next year?
Are you still worried that you might be missing out?
Don’t wait until next November to start working on a trip to AU. Start NOW! Seriously, you can do it if you really want to find a way :)
Here’s some helpful information from Lynn Allen to start you off.
What would you do for a trip to Autodesk University?
See you there!
(Autodesk have sold 12 Million products over 30 years – here’s the facts – 9000 people attended AU last year)