Lecture    AB3279
AUGI® Tips and Tricks: The Reunion Tour—Autodesk® Revit® Style
Donnia Tabor-Hanson
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After many years of having a successful Autodesk University class on AUGI tips and tricks featuring AutoCAD® software, we are updating and bringing it back Autodesk Revit software style. Pulling from AUGI (Autodesk User Group International) forums, magazines, and other publications, this class will show you how others are using Revit—and you will be amazed! This tips and tricks class will cover a wealth of topics. Find out about wall cleanups, other uses for rails, scheduling options, and pre-existing legends, and get some family counseling as well. AUGI users are some of the best in their fields, and they love to share their knowledge. If you have not already joined AUGI, you will find out how you can get plugged into this incredible source of information.

Key Learnings

  • Explore some family counseling
  • Discover how to connect with others for support
  • Explore various methods of using rails
  • Find workarounds for various wall issues


 Donnia Tabor-Hanson
Donnia Tabor-Hanson
Donnia currently works in Knoxville, Tennessee, with Cope Architecture, Inc. As the BIM Manager for the company, she uses her expertise from training in all three Revit® products to assist with collaboration with Cope and engineering firms. She has been using CAD for over 25 years with AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Architecture, and Autodesk® Revit. Her experience covers a variety of fields including architecture, atomic waste removal and containment, civil engineering, and log home design. She has taught college-level courses and was the manager of an Autodesk Authorized Training Center. Donnia spent over fifteen years either on the Autodesk User Group International (AUGI®) Board of Directors or volunteering with AUGI. She has written for the AUGI WorldView® and AUGIWorld® magazines. She was the Autodesk University "Instructor of the Year" in 2000. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in Technological and Adult Education from the University of Tennessee.

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