Featured LEARNing: Instructor-led online courses for March 9-13, 2015 (US)

MicroStation Basics Full
Virtual Classroom, United States
Mar. 09-12, 2015: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM (16 hours total)
Tomasz Dywanski

The MicroStation Basics course is designed for the new MicroStation user and builds a solid foundation in the concepts, tools and features found in the MicroStation drawing environment. Starting with setting up a drawing and concluding with plotting, students walk through typical workflows using the tools and features In MicroStation.

MicroStation Introduction to 3D              
Virtual Classroom, United States
Mar. 09-12, 2015: 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM EST (16 hours total)
Robert Bossler

This course follows the transition from 2D drawing to 3D modeling using the basic tools for viewing, manipulating, and drawing and for basic solid modeling.

MicroStation March 2015 SIG: Effectively Using Annotation Scale            
Virtual Classroom, United States
Mar. 10, 2015 – 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM  EDT or 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
Samir Haque

Building Visualization in MicroStation    
Virtual Classroom, United States
Mar. 11, 2015 – 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM   EDT
Jerry Flynn

Learn how to mirror the real world, by enabling your building design projects with realistic visualization. Create impressive lifelike renderings faster so that you can secure stakeholder buy‐in and increase your project win‐rate. MicroStation's visualization capabilities provide greater ease‐of‐use and unmatched photorealistic results, bringing world class visualization to any MicroStation user. Specifically learn how to setup and manipulate MicroStation’s camera for framing the perfect shot of your project. Learn how to setup lighting and realistic environments to render photo-realistic images of a project. Learn how to use the solar path tool to achieve dramatic sunrise or sunset renderings of your project. Learn how to use the effects manager to make balancing complex scene lighting easy and how to use the populate tool to quickly and easily add render ready content to a scene.