SKETCHUP TOOLS AND REFERENCE
As programs and tools change rapidly these days, and there is an abundance of tutorials available, I'm not actively creating my own as there's little reason to be redundant. Please see the links below for a great place to start.
LinkedIn/Lynda.com Learning. Students should have complete access to the Lynda.com library via the CSULB Single Sign-on for FREE. Make use of this resource to learn.
Youtube. There is a ton of videos on Youtube. Find a few channels you like and subscribe to them.
I find this guy's channel to be very helpful.
I have found that SketchUp becomes a massively more powerful tool when you begin to tap into the huge array of Plug-ins available.
To get the best rendering out of your SketchUp you'll need to upgrade to Pro and/or add dedicated rendering plugins into your workflow.
Available in our labs, pre-installed. Use what you prefer!
Not available in our labs.
* Estimate only. See instructor and calendar for specific due dates. Summer Session schedule is more compressed with one week equal to approximately two and half semester weeks.
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