CADDManager on January 10th, 2008

I have previously done some extensive writing on BAD CAD – files that fail to work the way you expect. Now I move on the BAD CAD Managers. There are a few out there that are easy to spot. They stick out like a sore thumb and everyone tries to avoid them. But before we […]

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CADDManager on January 8th, 2008

Autodesk Educational sites have great resources for students and teachers… some are free… Here is some information from the Autodesk site that can get you started – if you are a student or teacher… Higher Education Advance the design education curriculum in your classroom with innovative teaching and learning resources from Autodesk and free* software […]

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CADDManager on January 6th, 2008

When you set up your lunch and learn (lunch hour training) you want to select your topics carefully. There is no point in presenting something that will not be useful or desired by the audience. You also want to be careful not to discuss things that you do not want your users actually doing. Let’s […]

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CADDManager on January 2nd, 2008

From the Bentley website… Distance Learning Instructor-led distance learning helps your users get training conveniently, easily, and with little disruption of their daily work routine. Live instruction and collaboration Train single users, host training for a group, or simultaneously train users from multiple offices Reduce time spent away from your projects Requires no travel Distance […]

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