Digital Presentation II: Revit Architecture I
This hands-on workshop introduces the basic concepts and tools of Revit, a building information modeling program for architects and interior designers.
What you can learn.
- Learn the basic concepts and tools of Revit
- Understand how to visualize, present, and create construction documents
- Learn how to reduce errors and save time
About this course:Through lecture and demonstration, this hands-on workshop introduces the basic concepts and tools of Revit, a building information modeling program for architects and interior designers. Students are introduced to Revit's powerful 3D model organization to visualize, present, and create construction documents. Students learn how this unique software enables design professionals to save time and reduce errors, since design changes are automatically coordinated throughout the entire model and drawing set.
Summer 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online and have no regular meeting times.
This course is equivalent to Cal Poly Pomona INA 552.
Enrollment limited; early enrollment advised. Internet access required.
These courses have regular meeting times and are fully online, via remote instruction. Click “See Details” below for more information.
This course is equivalent to Cal Poly Pomona INA 552. Attendance at the first class is mandatory. Visitors only permitted at the first class if space allows. Internet access required to retrieve course materials. Internet access required.
All CAD courses assume knowledge of drafting principles and basic PC (Windows) computer skills. Advanced CAD courses assume knowledge of the application as defined in the introductory course.
All computer courses are taught on a Windows platform in computer labs. Mac users may download Mac-compatible versions of AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, SketchUp/SketchUp Pro and Podium for laptop or home use, but will be responsible for learning mouse clicks or keystroke conversion independently. There are currently no Mac versions of Revit or 3ds Max Design. Mac users may work in a Windows partition using Parallels or other Windows emulation software.
Lab hours are not available; therefore, students must have access to their own hardware and software for the courses in which they enroll.