Take Advantage of Autodesk University Online

11 Dec, 2013 By: Robert Green

You don't have to leave home to benefit from this conference.

Many CAD managers have Autodesk software in their environments, even if it's only a few seats of AutoCAD. And if you are one of them, doesn't it pay to get access to all the self-help resources you can? Of course, the answer to this rhetorical question is a resounding "Yes!"

To this end, you should visit and set up an Autodesk University account; otherwise, you really are missing out on some great free resources. While you may never make the trip to attend the conference in person, you can still watch recorded classes and keynote presentations, access course guides, and learn from great instructors — all at your own desk.

I've learned tons of things on the AU web site, and I'm betting you will too. So if you manage Autodesk software, give it a look.

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