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FREE Autodesk software for All Malaysian Students

Autodesk software AutoCAD, 3ds Max, Maya are seen as leading software in sectors
ranging from engineering to movie animation. – Pic courtesy of Autodesk

It is very good chance for all Deaf students who learn the 3D design with used FREE Autodesk software in your school, or college, anywhere can. It help you to get new skill to work in the 3D design and animation companies to gain more experiences for your career!


Mostly, Deaf students take the graphic design courses, so you better to try other course; web social media, multimedia, IT and animation because there are many industries create many jobs to hire the fresh graduates and experienced designers nowadays! Try to learn 3D Autodesk when you are free!

"All students and public schools in Malaysia can now obtain the Autodesk software for free – enabling youngsters to gain exposure to tools that have become global standards in various sectors – from engineering to movie animation.

Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh today said there were stages needed to be followed to download and install the software, which was previously offered only to students of public higher learning institutions.

“I urge all schools and their faculty members to take this opportunity to integrate Autodesk technology in their classrooms, as part of the pedagogy to build the future generation of innovators for the country,” he said at the launch of Autodesk Malaysia Design Competition (AMDC) 2014 here." - by The Rakyat Post.com

Please download free Autodesk software at http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/all

Darren See, First Deaf Autodesk Certified Instructor :
"DARREN See is among the youngest 3D model instructors - and, while he can see, he can't hear. The 35-year-old design engineer is the world's first deaf Autodesk certified instructor. Autodesk is an American company that writes 3D design software for use in architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media and entertainment industries. What's more amazing in the case of Mr See, who has a diploma in electrical engineering, is that he had taught himself the 3D design software by reading textbooks on the subject and working on a commercial project to gain practical experience." - Source by Businesstimes.com.sg [Singapore]

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