When someone is asked, “who has the best undergraduate engineering program? Graduate engineering program?”, 99 times out of 100 that person will respond: MIT or Massachusetts Institute of Technology. So when they say, “would you like to help us co-teach a program this summer at MIT” the answer is just as obvious…you say “yes”!
Kicking off You3Dit’s work with MIT started with our content development and course facilitation for their online edX course called: “Additive Manufacturing for
Innovative Design and Production“. This is “An 11-week course on the fundamentals, applications, and implications of 3D printing for design and manufacturing” and as Chris puts it, “this is the most comprehensive course on Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) that I’ve ever seen…” Professor A. John Hart and his rockstar team of course developers and facilitators helped over 1000 online learners take their knowledge of Additive Manufacturing to the next level.
If you were ever wishing there was a comprehensive, online course on Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals, Applications and Implications…this course is for you. Now, it’s not free (nor is anything else of significant value), but we can tell you that the course is worth every penny. But because you’re a You3Dit fan and thanks to our growing partnership with the team at MIT, we’re proud to offer you a discount to you: YOU3DIT18
In order to take advantage of this 10% discount (worth ~US$195), you have to act fast as the course starts October 1, 2018. It’s a big, 12 week commitment but having participated in the debut launch, the MIT team has worked out all the major kinks, rebalanced the weekly workload and have tuned the learning experience to be manageable yet comprehensive.
Feel free to post any questions you have to this article below and we’ll do our best to get you the answers you’re looking for.
Here are some more photos from our MIT visit in July to further inspire you to sign up and become part of this Additive Manufacturing revolution:
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