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Solidworks is a complete CAD teaching tool. Featuring software plus a full curriculum and interactive courseware, SolidWorks® is your all-inclusive resource for teaching & learning 3D mechanical CAD, design validation, and data management.

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The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

Online help

Knowledge Base  (need to set up a user account to access this)

Learning Resources

SolidWorks Community

Find a local user group

The University currently has a Solidworks Education Edition license, which includes:

As of right now the following colleges participate in covering the cost of this license and are able to use it through a server managed by OIT:

  • CSE, please contact operator@cselabs.umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CSE if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CFANS, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CFANS if you do not know how to go about requesting it.
  • CDes, please contact help@umn.edu to inquire about using it if you are a faculty or staff member of CDes if you do not know how to go about requesting it.

The current contract cost is $5000 & this provides UMN with 500 concurrent licenses restricted to Teaching & Learning use only.  If you have a need to use Solidworks please email software@umn.edu to discuss your need and ability to help pay for the license.  This cost also includes 500 stand alone licenses for the exclusive use of students.  Currently all students in CSE are able to request access to this software.

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Terms of Use: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/termsofuse.html

End User License Agreement: http://www.solidworks.com/sw/eula_en.htm

Restrictions:

 “Educational Purpose” means classroom or laboratory learning by Qualified Students or instruction or preparation of courses by Qualified Instructors. Educational Purposes may also include Capstone or other student projects if the work is non-proprietary, does not create or transfer Intellectual Property and the results will become part of the public domain. Educational Purposes do not include Research Purposes, Commercial Purposes or Curriculum Development.

 

a) The SWEE shall be used only for Educational Purposes by Qualified Students and Qualified Instructors of Qualified Education Institutions.

b) The SWEE shall be installed only on computers owned or leased by a Qualified Student or Qualified Instructor of a Qualified Education Institution.

c) The SWEE shall be managed and maintained only by Qualified Students, Qualified Instructors or faculty or staff of a Qualified Institution.

d) The SWEE is provided as a single-use (stand-alone) or SolidWorks Network License (SNL) installation. SNL installations are for use at single sites only. A single site is one location or campus of a Qualified Education Institution. Multi-site network licenses are also available – please contact your reseller for details.A

e) Qualified Education Institutions shall advertise only those courses that require or allow use of the SWEE in a physical or digital course catalogue and may not advertise any such courses via any other printed or digital media.

f) The SWEE contains on-screen and printing features (Watermarks) that identify files as having been created with the “SolidWorks Education Edition.” Files created by the SWEE may not be used for Commercial or Research Purposes. DS SolidWorks holds no liability or obligation to remove transmitted Watermarks from Research or Commercial files if deliberate or accidental interaction occurs.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Getting Started

My.Solidworks, One Place To Connect, Discover and Share Everything SolidWorks

Resource Center

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