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Licensing students as a teacher

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benjamin_lesher
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Licensing students as a teacher

I am running into a problem with Fusion 360 in the classroom. My teachers frequently have more than 125 students they instruct during a semester. Is there a way to increase this so that they don't have to rely on another teacher to create an account to manage students that are not theirs? It is great that Fusion 360 is free in the classroom but teachers are pushing to move toward inventor because the licensing is so much easier.

 

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Ben Lesher

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Hi @benjamin_lesher 

Thanks for the feedback. I'll send your feedback to the team.

 

I’d suggest asking the students to create their own Autodesk Account and acquire their own license of Fusion. Then the educators can assign licenses to students who are having issues with their eligibility. Here is a link to the : Student’s guide to the Education Plan. And, here is a link to an article that walks through the entire process from creating your Autodesk Account, to installing and setting up Fusion (option 1).

 

Also, ask the students to use their school email address when creating their Autodesk account. This will help confirming their eligibility.

Thanks,

-Dan



Dan Banach
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