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  • Autodesk & Smithsonian Arts & Industries FUTURES Exhibit

    What is the Smithsonian FUTURES exhibit? Built in 1881, the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building (AIB) was the United States’ first national museum, containing relics from across the country. After a nearly two-decade period of dormancy, AIB has recently reopened its doors, breathing new life into the building. As part of the Smithsonian’s 175th anniversary […]

  • Five Certifications, One High-Schooler, Boundless Opportunity

    Autodesk has long been offering career-boosting certifications, committed to laying the groundwork for professional and academic learners to boost their careers with industry-relevant skills. People all over the globe have shared how these certifications have helped define their paths. But it’s astounding to hear how one person—a high-school student—was certified five times over—that’s a first. […]

  • ‘Tis the Season for Skill-Building

    It’s that time of the year again: Your students are finishing up their projects and preparing for finals before a much-needed winter break. If you’re looking for a quick, fun project to work on in class when they have downtime—or something they can take home over the break to keep honing their CAD/CAM skills—we’ve got […]

  • Make Learning Fun with Contests and Challenges that Tie into Real-Life Projects

    In running a competition, educators can expose their students to real-world industry projects, giving them opportunities to apply their skills and ultimately better preparing them for the workforce. While it might sound complicated to run a design competition from scratch, it’s actually quite simple.