Trimble initiates a free access to Sketchup Pro 2015 for all the K12 schools in Hawaii, USA
Trimble together with Maui Economic Development Board’s Women in Technology (WIT) is providing an exclusive opportunity for all K12 public, private and charter schools in Hawaii states of USA to access the most updated version of sketchup software alias SketchUp Pro software (2015) at free of cost.
The Women in Technology Project is a statewide proposal of the Maui Economic Development Board, partly supported by the U.S. Departments of Labor, Education, and Agriculture to improve the skills of the workforce.
With Sketchup Pro, the students will be able to start from the very beginning to import sketches, CAD plans, photos, aerial imagery and other accessible data into a project. By applying the The Pro’s superior modeling tools of Sketchup Pro, the students can easily generate 3D renderings and export them to other 3d modeling programs afterward.
With the combination of STEMworks™ and software like SketchUp Pro, students get the ability to use the identical industry standard tools recognized now-a-days by the architects, designers, builders and engineers. There will be significant divergence in the workflow of the students as they can apply their vital thinking and project based learning capabilities for the real world solution for 3d modeling communities.
With this alliance of MEDB-Trimble, the students from the eligible local schools can access the more dominant and feature-rich Pro version through a short, online survey form.
All the public, charter, and private educators of Hawaii can go through the following link www.surveymonkey.com/s/SketchUpPro2015 to finish the survey. A code will then be sent to set up the software.
For any further queries on the distribution procedures as well as getting more updates about STEMworks™, contact Isla Young at 875-2307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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