AUTODESK EDUCATION

Educator learning resources

Explore teaching and learning resources by industry and academic course, designed to seamlessly integrate Autodesk products into your classroom.

Teaching resources by industry and academic course

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Product design and manufacturing

Learning content for Fusion and Inventor, designed and organized for easy implementation in your classroom curriculum.

 

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Architecture, engineering, construction

Find on-demand learning content for your teaching needs for AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, and more.

 

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Media and entertainment

Find on-demand learning content for your teaching needs for 3ds Max, Maya, and more.

 

Product design and manufacturing

Two ways to deliver content to meet your classroom lesson needs.

Autodesk Learning platform

  • Autodesk's full, up-to-date learning catalog
  • Student assessments with immediate feedback
  • Student progress tracking in their Autodesk dashboard
  • Students earn credentials for course completions

Select the course you teach below to access teaching assets and lesson content:

Downloadable content for your Learning Management System (LMS)

  • Content is portable to your local LMS as Common Cartridge files (.imscc)
  • Flexible to include along side other material you assign
  • "Remix-able" so you can make the content your own
  • Re-download content when Autodesk refreshes assets
  • You may need to follow instructions from your LMS

CAD resources

CAM resources

Learning content benefits for educators and students

Authored by industry experts

Developed by our network of trusted academic and industry partners so students learn the right skills to support the jobs of today and the future.

Assets to help you teach

Lecture slides, assessments, and projects that easily integrate with your lesson plans, saving you time so you can focus on teaching and your students.

Content to help students learn

Choose from real-world projects or assignable courses and modules to develop targeted skills, including exercises for classroom instruction, homework, or capstone assignments.

FAQ: Learning content for educators and students

Find answers to common questions about our teaching and learning content

Does Autodesk have education curriculum?

Yes. We have teaching and learning resources by industry and academic course, designed to seamlessly integrate Autodesk products into your classroom.

Does Autodesk have curriculum or resources to help me teach Fusion/CAD/CAM?

Yes. We have learning content for Fusion and Inventor, designed and organized for easy implementation in your classroom curriculum.

Are these courses free of charge?

Yes. Use your Autodesk Account to sign up for free courses.

I'm a student or educator. Is this content right for me?

Yes. This content is designed to be used by students and educators.

How do I share Autodesk learning content under Creative Commons licensing?

Autodesk learning content is licensed to share under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

For more information about sharing content under the Creative Commons licensing, please see Autodesk Share the Knowledge Creative Commons FAQs.

How do I share Autodesk learning content with others?

The best way to share Autodesk learning content with others is to use the course playlist feature. This feature enables you to create your own customized playlists of Autodesk courses and modules and share them with others.

To create your own playlists:

  • Click the plus '+' (Add to list) at the top of any course/applicable module to create a new list or add to an existing list. Lists will be available under the "My lists" tab in "My Dashboard".

To share a playlist with others:

  • Set the list visibility to Public and share the playlist link.

Instructors can create curated playlists to share learning content with your students. Additionally, you can download and share course documents including model files, instruction sheets, data forms and more.

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