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Help with Solidworks Education Edition and the F1 In Schools free version. Tips, advice and curriculum

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Post by Denford Admin » Thu 15 Jan , 2009 11:34 am

This is the flyer in plain text - a whole load of resources and information:

Curriculum and Community Resources for Educators and Students


Curriculum Resources
SolidWorks Teacher Guides
A collection of tutorials and projects that utilize SolidWorks design and analysis tools.
Includes the documents, PowerPoint presentations, movie files in reproducible format
Access: (Login account required on SolidWorks Customer Portal)

SolidWorks Student Guides
A collection of tutorials and projects that are available from within the SolidWorks
Education Edition
Select: SolidWorks Resources>Design Library> SolidWorks Content> SolidWorks Curriculum

Teacher Blog
A collection of lessons developed by teachers for teachers that use SolidWorks to reinforce
concepts in science, technology, engineering and math

A series of instructional animation files that step students through the fundamentals
of SolidWorks
Access: ... essor.html

Community Resources
3D ContentCentral

A library of part, assembly, drawing, blocks and macro files

SolidWorks User Community
A network of SolidWorks users throughout the world

SolidWorks Blog Community
A network of SolidWorks users with their own blogs about SolidWorks
Access: ... Blogs.html

SolidWorks Discussion Forum
A comprehensive resource on specific product areas

External Forums
Relevant forums that discuss engineering design topics and SolidWorks
Access: ... 40d9d91ffe

SolidWorks Sponsored Design Contests
SolidWorks supports thousands of students in design competitions in after school programs including FSAE/Formula Student teams, Robotics competitions, Technology competitions

Books based on SolidWorks software available from a variety of publishers

More Resources....

Other Helpful Links:

CB Model Pro
[Free Download]

Google Video
Access ... sitesearch

YouTube Video

SolidWorks Case Studies
Access ... ories.html

SolidWorks Demos
Access ... Vault.html

SolidWorks Help
Go to HELP Menu >> Select SolidWorks Help Topics

SolidWorks Labs

SolidWorks Model Gallery
Access ... llery.html

SolidWorks White Papers
Access ... Paper.html

Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) Exam Provider Program
CSWA Exam Provider Program. An engineering design competency based program that leads students to achieve certification through the Certified SolidWorks Associate Exam (CSWA) Exam. Used by industry as a recommended competency for job placement and used by academia for assessment and articulation agreements.

A desk copy of the CSWA Exam Preparation Guide is available through

Sample CSWA exam is available for download:

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SolidWorks Corporation
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Re: EDU Resources Flyer

Post by bradders » Fri 17 Jul , 2009 11:36 am

Customers can access the Customer Portal. In order to do this they need to create an account at the following link: ... ECmd=Start

Customers who have a current contract of subscription will have access, among other features, to the Knowledge Base. Here they can find information and solutions to common issues. On our website, under Training and Support, Learning Resources and Administration Guides, users can also download the installation guides.
However, if they cannot solve the problem themselves they can contact the Customer Center if it is a licensing, activation or Customer Portal issue.

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