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Architecture Community Webinars

The Autodesk Customer Success team is proud to offer two monthly webinars to support the professional development of our architectural community. Each webinar is a part of our Community MeetUps series, which provides numerous Tips & Tricks by allowing you to connect live with Autodesk experts and supportive members within your area of expertise. The Architecture Community MeetUp, and the more specialized Connected BIM MeetUp, will be available each month to help you learn more about your Autodesk software, accelerate your workflows, and resolve nagging issues that plague you and the community at large.

Architecture Community Virtual MeetUps

Do you work in the architectural field? Do you have questions about tools within AutoCAD, Revit, or another Autodesk architectural software platform? Are you looking to pick the brains of talented professional engineers in your field? If so, please join us for our Architectural Community Virtual Meetup on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Read more.Read less.

We will feature new Tips & Tricks at each meeting and will host open Q&As with architectural experts to address any questions/suggestions you bring to the table. Topics will include:

  • Open Q&A
  • Project Management Tips & Tricks
  • Drawing Creation Tips & Tricks
  • Customization Tips & Tricks
  • Template Tips & Tricks
  • AND MUCH MORE

Register for these Virtual Meetups to become more productive, increase your architectural skills, and have a place to get your questions answered. And please let your peers know to start a productivity shift in your group.

July 2019 Series Launch

Session What’s in the Architect Learning Center and how its central functions will benefit your teams, and ultimately, your clients. Michelle is joined by Michael Kilkelly.

August 2019

This month Michael Kilkelly is back to talk about the Dynamo course he developed for the project based, connected learning hub. In this course he shows us how to optimize workflows with generative design using Dynamo.

September 2019

Eric Wing joined Michelle to talk about tips and tricks when sharing project coordinates across the entire project team.

October 2019

Michelle Rasmussen was joined this month by Tony Saracino to discuss Insight for high performance building design.

Learn about the speakers

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    Michelle Rasmussen (Host)

    AEC Content Manager

    Customer Success Organization

    Michelle has over 20 years of experience in the AEC industry, where she has worked for both government and private engineering firms as an engineering/GIS technician. In 2000, Michelle began training professionals on Autodesk products at Salt Lake Community College. She came to Autodesk in January 2019 from the Ascent division of Rand Worldwide, where she developed curriculum for Autodesk customers in the Civil Engineering and construction space for nearly 13 years. Her books include multiple Civil 3D, InfraWorks, Navisworks, and BIM 360 training guides. She has a master’s degree in business administration and is an Autodesk-certified instructor and evaluator. Michelle has been acting as a mentor to Autodesk University instructors since the beginning of their mentoring program and has sat on the steering committee for that program for the last two years.

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    Michael Kilkelly (July and August Session Guest Speaker)

    Principal, ArchSmarter

    Architecture

    Michael Kilkelly is a principal at Space Command, an architecture and consulting firm in Middletown, CT. He is also the founder of ArchSmarter.com, a website dedicated to helping architects and designers work smarter, not harder. Michael received his B.A. in architecture from Norwich University and an MS in Design and Computation from MIT. Previously, Michael was an associate at Gehry Partners in Los Angeles, CA, where he worked on several high-profile design projects, including New York by Gehry and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi. Michael writes extensively on design and technology, many of those pieces appearing regularly at ArchSmarter, ArchDaily, and in ARCHITECT magazine.

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    Eric Wing (September Session Guest Speaker)

    Director of BIM Services for C&S Companies

    Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University

    Eric Wing is the Director of BIM Services for C&S Companies and an Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University teaching BIM and Advanced BIM at the School of Architecture, and at the school of Engineering. Eric has authored several books including Autodesk’s official training guide for their BIM solution “Revit” called Revit for Architecture No Experience Required. Eric is also an author for LinkedIn Learning where he has authored 47 BIM courses on BIM, Revit, AutoCAD MEP, and Navisworks.

    Eric has truly been a leader in the architecture and engineering industry since the conception of BIM and 3D design and has specialty skills in BIM coordination, training, and development of technical staff along with the daily application of these tools on multi-disciplinary projects.

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    Each session, Michelle will be joined by a guest speaker who will offer their specialized architectural expertise on the month’s central topic. See the individual upcoming webinar boxes below for details on each session.

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Connected BIM Community Virtual MeetUps

Do you work in the AEC Industry? Do you have questions about how to work better as a team across disciplines, or as separate firms working on the same projects? Are you looking to network and problem solve with talented professional engineers in your field? Please join us for our Connected BIM User Community Virtual Meetup the 1st Tuesday of each month. Read more.Read less.

We will feature new Tips & Tricks at each meeting and will have open Q&As with BIM experts to address any questions/suggestions you have. Topics will include:

  • Open Q&A
  • Project Management Tips & Tricks
  • Model Coordination Tips & Tricks
  • Customization Tips & Tricks
  • Template Tips & Tricks
  • AND MUCH MORE

Register for these Community Meetups to become more productive, increase your Connected BIM skills, and have a place to get your questions answered. And please let your peers know to start a productivity shift in your group.

August 2019 Series Launch Session

The new project based, connect learning portal and the content available for BIM managers. Eric Wing and Shawn Herring share what their thoughts on the content in the learning center and how it will benefit their teams and ultimately, their clients.

September 2019

BIM Execution Plans and why you need one.

October 2019

Aggregating data into a single model for better project coordination across disciplines. Tauhira Ali joined Michelle to look at both Navisworks and BIM 360 and compare the two so you can select the one that is best for your firm.

Learn about the speakers

  • A picture of presenter Michelle Rasmussen

    Michelle Rasmussen (Host)

    AEC Content Manager

    Customer Success Organization

    Michelle has over 20 years of experience in the AEC industry, where she has worked for both government and private engineering firms as an engineering/GIS technician. In 2000, Michelle began training professionals on Autodesk products at Salt Lake Community College. She came to Autodesk in January 2019 from the Ascent division of Rand Worldwide, where she developed curriculum for Autodesk customers in the Civil Engineering and construction space for nearly 13 years. Her books include multiple Civil 3D, InfraWorks, Navisworks, and BIM 360 training guides. She has a master’s degree in business administration and is an Autodesk-certified instructor and evaluator. Michelle has been acting as a mentor to Autodesk University instructors since the beginning of their mentoring program and has sat on the steering committee for that program for the last two years.

  • Silhouetted photo representing a to-be-announced guest speaker

    Each session, Michelle will be joined by a guest speaker who will offer their specialized BIM expertise on the month’s central topic. See the individual upcoming webinar boxes below for details on each session.

    Speakers include:

  • A picture of presenter architect Eric Wing

    Director of BIM Services for C&S Companies

    Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University

  • A picture of presenter architect Shawn Herring

    Consulting & Services Manager for ProSoft

    Owner of Region Engineering & Surveying

  • A picture of presenter Tauhira Ali

    Senior Manager of Construction Technology

    Milwaukee Tool

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