CADLearning Recognized as Autodesk Authorized Publisher in New Program

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Premier learning partner selected for exclusive publishing program, delivering video resources to Autodesk end-users through Autodesk Knowledge Network and In-Product Help.

CADLearning brings unique, effective, and relevant content to our end-users at the point of need while using the software.

CADLearning, a premier learning partner in the Autodesk community, has earned the status of Autodesk Authorized Publisher in the newly revamped publisher program. In the updated program, the Authorized Publisher Program (APP) designation has been awarded to a very select and small number of publishers in the Autodesk space. The designation means that CADLearning resources are now syndicated through the Autodesk Knowledge Network (AKN) and In-Product Help, making select content available at knowledge.autodesk.com and to Autodesk customers and trial users within select Autodesk products.

“Having worked with Autodesk as a publisher for more than a decade, we’re thrilled to be part of the newly revamped program,” says Matt Murphy, Senior Director of Product Strategy, CADLearning. “Like so many of our customers, we’re glad to see Autodesk focus their efforts on delivering quality content to their end-users and making it readily available through AKN and in-application.”

CADLearning offers a diverse library of resources, including short and palatable videos showing on-screen demonstrations of Autodesk programs, narrated by software experts who guide users through specific features, functions and workflows. The CADLearning library is leveraged by individuals and organizations to identify knowledge gaps, increase skills, and improve productivity with Autodesk 2D and 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. As a premier learning partner, CADLearning delivers content for top architecture and engineering firms, high schools and technical colleges, as well as other Autodesk partners. Content is also syndicated to other APP partners, including ASCENT Center for Technical Knowledge. CADLearning content can be found within the ASCENT Video-Enhanced eBooks.

“Our goal for the redesigned publisher program is to partner with organizations that most effectively help our customers maximize their technology investment with Autodesk software by helping the end-users to be productive” says Tom Williams, PhD, Director of the Autodesk Knowledge Network, Autodesk. “CADLearning brings unique, effective, and relevant content to our end-users at the point of need while using the software.”

In addition to the resources available through Autodesk Knowledge Network and In-Product Help, 30-day free trial subscriptions to CADLearning.com are available to Autodesk customers via in-product links. Organizations can learn more about solutions for business, education and government by visiting http://www.cadlearning.com.

About CADLearning
CADLearning comprehensive, self-paced professional learning content is designed to maximize performance with Autodesk 2D and 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Users leverage CADLearning for self-paced learning, as an ongoing resource, and as a help tool. CADLearning is developed by 4D Technologies, LLC. Visit http://www.cadlearning.com to learn more.

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