Autodesk BIM for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Management Curriculum
This curriculum is designed to help prepare the next generation of architecture, engineering, and construction management students for professional practice by exploring Building Information Modeling (BIM) sustainable design practices along with integrated project delivery (IPD) concepts. Students and graduates can more fluidly design and communicate, test and plan using BIM models in an IPD framework. The BIM Curriculum contains an Instructor Guide that highlights essential concepts and learning goals and is accompanied by comprehensive teaching tools, a student workbook, instructional videos and datasets.
Using Autodesk Revit Software with the BIM Curriculum As you work through the BIM curriculum, we hope you will follow along with exercises and video tutorials to ensure your complete understanding of the concepts presented in the Lessons. If you are using Autodesk® Revit® 2013 then you will have access to the functionality of all the Revit disciplines (Architecture, MEP and Structural Engineering) in one interface. If you are using an older version of the Revit products (Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, Revit MEP) then you will need to open each one separately to access the specific functionality you need. To get a better understanding of how to use the tools from all three disciplines in the unified interface in Revit 2013 we recommend reviewing the following video.
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