“[The Stratasys 3D Printer] helps our students tap the creative juices required for product design and brings a new level of enthusiasm to the design process.”

— Bruce Feodoroff, New England Institute of Technology


Five Best Practices for Education: How innovative universities are incorporating 3D printing into the classroom

3D Printing in Education

Learn the five best practices innovative universities are adopting

In the race to attract, retain and prepare students for today’s workforce, schools with outstanding programs and interesting, relevant technology have the edge. With growing demand for 3D printing skills in the global job market, students are actively seeking access to the technology.

Beyond attracting bright students, making 3D printing a part of your curriculum or research projects can also help:

  • Boost critical thinking
  • Promote in-depth problem solving
  • Tighten student collaboration
  • Unleash creativity and innovation

Of course, there’s more to implementing 3D printing than installing the printer and turning it on. Download our white paper to learn five best practices educators are adopting to make the most of 3D printing in an academic setting. You’ll learn:

  • How to interface with the 3D printer workshop
  • The value of iteration for teaching design concepts
  • The importance of teamwork between faculty and workshop staff
  • How to choose the right tools for the job
  • The benefits of sharing experience with other learning institutions

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