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MicroStation SIG

What is MicroStation SIG?

MicroStation Special Interest Group (SIG)

The newly formed MicroStation SIG is a community of people interested in MicroStation. The purpose is to develop and communicate materials and resources to increase knowledge and the productivity of MicroStation users.  The first session is an experiment to use the “Flipped Classroom” approach to learning where the student watches prerecorded lectures and then attends a online classroom where questions are answered.  The classroom will be held on October 15, 2013 from 11 am to noon Pacific time.  

Save the Date for the First MicroStation SIG Event!

Online Event:  MicroStation SIG: Intro to MicroStation

Live Q&A Webinar:  Tuesday, October 15th at 11:00 AM PST

Cost:  None!

Description: Learn the basics of MicroStation!  How to open and create files, create and edit elements, AccuDraw for precision Input, printed output, plus tips and tricks for patterning, array copy and more.  All you need to know to get started making professional drawings by watching 1.5 hours of video and working a few exercises, followed by a Live Q&A Webinar.  Ask the experts any questions you may have.  Whether you are a brand new user or have had some MicroStation experience, you will learn a bunch at no cost or travel!

 To register for the MicroStation SIG: Intro to MicroStation, please visit the BentleyLEARN site:   

Important:  After registering for the session and watching the videos come back here and post your MicroStation questions.  During the live classroom we will answer as many of the posted questions as possible and visibly demonstrate the answer.  If time allows we will also address questions asked during the live session.  

We would love to have you be a part of the inaugural MicroStation SIG event!

This event is being put on by Bentley Systems along with Archway Systems (a Bentley Channel Partner).

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