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Upcoming SE University Sessions
SE University Core sessions are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Supplemental sessions are provided as noted. All times shown are Eastern time.
Speaker: Jamie Piercy
Emails are part of the oxygen of our daily professional lives. They are a primary path of communication and we use them to get things done. Yet, given the litigious nature of our world, it is critical to treat this common form of communication with the attention it needs, and think very carefully about what we write and why we write it. This SE University session will present examples of self-implicating and subsequently weaponized emails and guidelines for writing appropriate, shorter, clearer messages.
- Explore the best practices for writing well-crafted emails that are clear, concise, and actionable
- Examine and edit cited emails, identifying inappropriate text and discussing alternative language or alternative methods of communication
- Recognize and comprehend email communication that could create a misunderstanding, exacerbate an issue, or implicate the sender in a claim
- Use litmus test questions to evaluate emails before sending them; and to assess the need to send or further revise an email message with additional recommended preemptive actions
Handout and Registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, August 7th.
Speaker: Betsy Werra
This SEU BIM Forum session will demonstrate various ways to create and add different types of parametric beams and braces using the structural framing families. During the session, Betsy Werra will show the beam, beam system and brace tools for placing these types of elements, editing profiles, updating parametric properties, and changing symbolic representation for structural framing elements as well as displaying various information for all beam/brace framing tags. This session will delve deep into the family editor for customizing structural framing families so it will be important for attendees to have some knowledge about families such as reference planes, reference lines, formulas, form creation, and the creation of parameters.
- Recognize the difference between adding a beam and a brace element to a Revit model.
- Understand how to edit/change structural framing members by using the beam/brace properties, family editor and modification options.
- Identify how to display the symbolic representation and tag information for beams and braces.
Handout and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, August 21st.
Speaker: Otto Schwarz, PE, SE
Ryan Biggs | Clark Davis
Handout and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, September 4th.
Megan Stringer, PE, SE
Gina Kope, PE
Handout and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, October 9th.
Handout and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, November 6th.