SketchUp for Schools 2020: Make it work for your classroom

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It’s time for back to school prep! Whether you’re teaching remotely this year, or you’re in the classroom, a new school year means exciting new features in SketchUp for Schools.

Last year our main focus was expanding from G Suite for Education to Microsoft Education. This year we are focusing on how we can help support the different learning needs of your class. With curriculum-inspired lesson plans, educator resources, and localized search, you can personalize your own SketchUp learning experience. No matter where you are, or what you teach, make SketchUp work for your classroom.

Important note! To assist with the adjustment to remote learning, the SketchUp team has temporarily made SketchUp for Schools available for login to anyone with a Gmail or Microsoft account. This open access will only be available until September 30th, 2020, after which students and teachers will need to log in with their school accounts. If you and your students are currently using your school domain logins, you shouldn’t see any changes! For any questions, please reach out to us on the SketchUp for Schools forum.

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