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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Revit Architecture Introduction – Summer 5-Week Session II

Students who are interested should contact Phillip Park at phillippark@unt.edu

ADES4615-INTD: Special Topics-Building Information Modeling Introduction
Summer Session 5-Week II (July 12–August 13)
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
9:00 AM–11:50 AM
Maximum 20 seats available

This five-week long course is an introduction to the fundamentals of 3D computer drafting based on Revit Architecture 2010 with a focus specifically on interior design. Students learn the concepts of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and how the strength of the software, Revit Architecture, is employed to automate the design and the documentation process. Students explore the basic interface, tools, and 3D model creation.

Learning Objectives
The primary objective of this course is to teach students the concepts of BIM and introduce the tools for parametric building design and documentation using Revit Architecture 2010. After completing this course, students should be able to:

- Define BIM and differentiate BIM and CAD
- Understand the interface of Revit Architecture
- Understand how a Revit project is structured.
- Navigate the various views of a project using the project browser.
- Understand how Revit creates objects.
- Create a range of basic building components.
- Use working drawing tools for notation, scheduling, and dimensioning.
- Create print sets.

Architectural or interior design experience using AutoCAD is highly recommended.

Free Student Copies of Autodesk Software
Autodesk website provides free software downloads for students. It includes a 13-month student version of AutoCAD 2010, Revit Architecture 2010, etc. In order to get the free software downloads, go to Autodesk website. Under Communities, you click Students & Educators. You go to Software Downloads. The link for that is as follows.


You fill out information (school email is required) for registration. In a few minutes you will receive an email with a link to activate your account for immediate access to free, full student copies of Autodesk software. Click on the link in that email and your account will immediately be activated.

Note: The email will be delivered to you from the email address https://students2.autodesk.com/studentcommunity@autodesk.com Please be sure this address does not auto-forward into your SPAM or Junk folders.