Autodesk supports distance learning globally for students, teachers impacted by COVID-19
Businesses, schools, and individuals are rapidly adjusting to changes in our day-to-day routines and we’ve seen an outpouring of support in response to COVID-19. Autodesk is committed to supporting our customers during this time of uncertainty.
With schools and universities closing physical campuses and moving to distance learning, Autodesk is reaffirming our commitment to students, educators, and educational institutions with the following resources:
FREE ACCESS TO SOFTWARE: Autodesk has granted access to our tools to students and educators for the past five years with no charge. This remains unchanged. Please visit www.autodesk.com/education to get started today.
FREE CONTENT & CURRICULUM: We have packaged content for educators to support distance learning efforts and self-paced training for students. Visit https://academy.autodesk.com/ to find resources.
COMMUNITY & CONNECTION: We are all looking for ways to stay connected to our students and educators during the next few weeks or months. Let us support you by joining in the conversation on our @AutodeskEDU social channels or via our support forums.
Autodesk knows that distance learning may be challenging for teachers, faculty, students, and parents. We hope that our partnership and resources help to make this challenging time just a little bit easier.
The Autodesk Education Team
Use our quick links for access to resources below:
Students and educators are eligible for an individual educational license if they are enrolled or employed at a Qualified Educational Institution which has been accredited by an authorized governmental agency and has the primary purpose of teaching its enrolled students. Learn more.
Qualified Educational Institutions may access free educational licenses for the purposes of learning, teaching, training, research and development that are part of the instructional functions performed by the educational institution. Learn more.