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The Learning Continues from AU Las Vegas 2017

Stephanie Wells
November 28, 2017

AU Las Vegas 2017 may be done and done, but in many ways the learning is just beginning. The new workflows, approaches, and ideas from last week are still sinking in. The new perspectives are still taking hold. From more efficient ways to handle everyday tasks to new outlooks on the future of making things, there was a lot to take in. After all, the most important question is: what will it mean for you, your company, and your industry. And the answer will be different for every one of us. It’ll take time to figure that out.

As you digest and incorporate what you learned, we’re here to help. Content from AU classes will be available online in the coming days. That means anyone can access handouts, data sets, and additional materials from nearly every class that was taught at AU this year. That’s great news if you couldn’t get into a class that was already full, want to share the learning with a colleague, lost your dittos, didn’t make it to class, or just couldn’t fit it all in.

What’s more, we captured more than 500 classes on video, so you can catch the show and review the materials just like you were there—minus the gold wallpaper and those amazing chandeliers.

AU Las Vegas is an incredible event, and this year may have just been the best one yet. But learning is something that happens year-round. And we at AU are here to support you wherever you are, whenever you’re ready to learn.

Lastly, if you were there in Vegas, please fill out your surveys. Your AU experience isn’t complete until you tell us what you thought—because that’s what helps us make AU better every year.

 

AU Las Vegas 2017 is a wrap, but the learning continues. Let us know your thoughts below or on our Facebook or Twitter feeds.

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Stephanie Wells

Social Media and Program Manager for Autodesk University.

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