About the Sefaira Educational Program category

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  • Why should people use this category? What is it for?

  • How exactly is this different than the other categories we already have?

  • What should topics in this category generally contain?

  • Do we need this category? Can we merge with another category, or subcategory?

The Sefaira Educational Program (SEP) category is in place to help educators and students participating in the SEP program to have their questions answered. This forum is a place where students and can post their questions pertaining to Sefaira and get help from the greater Sefaira user base.

Why should people use this category?

This category is meant for students who have Sefaira questions. We encourage students to use this category so that other Sefaira users can chime in and help as soon as questions come up.

How exactly is this different than the other categories we already have?

This category is different from other categories since it is primarily related to any and all Sefaira related questions and more importantly is meant for college/university students to participate in, bounce ideas off of each other and help each other with their questions pertaining to Sefaira.

What should topics in this category generally contain?

Topics in this forum can pertain to anything Sefaira. Some examples may be (but not limited to) questions related to modeling in SketchUp or Revit for Sefaira, understanding results, to asking for workarounds if no straight forward technique is available. Note: We do request that all login/password and account access issues be brought up with your professors who will be the ones giving you access to Sefaira. If your professor cannot answer your login/access question for you then we request that the professor write to us directly.

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