I am currently going to school to be a Civil Engineer. It took me awhile to land on this major, and I wasted three years of college as a physics major before switching. Well, I wouldn’t say I wasted that time, because I took a lot of the math and physics classes I would need as an engineer anyway. But I wish I had known what I wanted to do when I stated off in college. Anyway, I am trying to find Autocad Civil 3D training videos on the internet, so that I can utilize the videos to learn how to use this software.
I have to use this software for an upcoming project that I have in one of my classes, and I have never used it before, so I am a bit clueless. On the surface it does not seem that hard to use, but I know that there are a lot of advanced features that I am not aware of, or do not know how to use. Unfortunately, I am probably going to need a lot of those features for this assignment. I know that the professor taught the class how to use the software a bit on a couple days of class. But unfortunately for me, I was sick that week, and missed all of the lectures where the use of the software was covered.
I would have tried to ask one of my classmates if I could see their notes from those lectures, but unfortunately, I do not know anyone in this class, and I have few friends in the engineering department anyway. So it is left to me to figure out how to use the software on my own. Luckily, I think that training videos will be more useful than class notes in anycase.