Here is a birds-eye view of all the training materials in the Best Practices Course.
Each module page has introductory text that tells you about the lesson. Please check each page for additional materials available for download such as PDFs or MindMap files.
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Each month there is a 90 minute coaching call conducted via GoToWebinar. Questions are submitted ahead of time as well as on the fly during the session.
This week we look at ways to create your general notes and specifications more quickly and elegantly with the assistance of Microsoft Word.
This module focuses on Detail Drawings: creation of a detail viewpoint from the model, editing and adding annotation, placement onto layout sheets, referencing and management of details from other sources including the creation of an office detail library.
This module focuses on the creation and management of project information, including interactive schedules and quantity take-offs.
This module focuses on the tools that will help you manage a project inside your office: redlining and markup, spell-checking, and version and revision comparison.
This module focuses on the tools in ArchiCAD for collaboration inside the office using Teamwork and the BIM Server, as well as with consultants using IFC file exchange.
This module focuses on methods for communicating drawings using DWG Import and Export as well as Project Reviewer and BIMx.
This module primarily focuses on the creation and editing of stairs and railings using a wide variety of methods available within ArchiCAD.
This module considers a variety of challenges you may face while working in ArchiCAD that fall under the general rubric of Managing Complexity.
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