Tour the new SketchUp Campus

June 16, 2021 SketchUp Team

Meet the new and improved SketchUp Campus, your go-to for [free] in-depth SketchUp learning! Just like the rest of SketchUp, Campus is evolving with a brand-new look. A lot of consideration went into this new site with an emphasis on being able to easily expand our learning material and get it into the hands of all of our users. This sleek, new site will be your one-stop-shop for all things SketchUp learning and will continue to host the previously made courses — so you’ll always have access to OG content! Even better, it will fit seamlessly with the entire SketchUp experience. You’ll use your Trimble ID credentials to login and keep track of your progress so you can always pick up where you left off. Learning on-demand at its finest!

If you’ve never been to SketchUp Campus, now's the time to sharpen those 3D pencil tools. Explore free, in-depth, self-paced tutorials covering a wide range of topics from fundamentals to industry-specific courses. The courses consist of short videos and quizzes that make learning fun, quick, and easy. Quiz answers provide immediate feedback and help you see where you’re succeeding and where you could improve. 

Here’s a complete list of topics to peruse:

  • SketchUp Fundamentals
  • SketchUp for Landscape & Site Design
  • LayOut Essentials
  • Rendering: SketchUp to PhotoShop
  • SketchUp Fundamentals - Modeling Practice
  • 3 Ways to Boost Your CAD to 3D Workflow
  • 2020 Product Graphics Follow Along
  • V-Ray 5
  • Scan Essentials

Don’t see a course that interests you? Don’t worry. The team is committed to bringing you new courses every year. Let us know in the forums what you want to learn.

So dive in, check out a course, take a coffee break, and then pick up where you left off. We’ll be waiting for you on Campus!

 

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SketchUp Team

We’re the folks who work on SketchUp, so we spend most of our time thinking about how to make drawing in 3D better. We also enjoy nerf gun wars, disc golf, board games, coffee, beer, donuts, and looking at mountains. A few of us eat quinoa.

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