AutoCAD 2015  –  This version has the ability to remove the stamp
altogether if a Save is performed.
Once a file is saved in 2015, it can
be sent to users on earlier versions, and the stamp will no longer be a
part of the file.

AutoCAD 2014 SP1 – With AutoCAD 2014 Service Pack 1 installed, DWG files will no longer show the educational plot stamp while plotting, nor will they give a warning message when opening them. However, the stamp is still attached to the file even though it is not showing. The danger is that someone with 2014 SP1 could open a file and work on it without realizing it has the educational stamp on it. If they then send that to someone without SP1, or on an earlier version, that user will see the warning and the stamp. At this time, using 2014 with SP1 will still propagate the stamp to other drawings, as in the past.

Read more:

Educational Plot Stamp Removal Issues | Autodesk Knowledge Network

Some of you may already have read about the ability for DWG Trueview 2015 to remove Educational plot stamps.

Pedagogy “is the science and art of education, specifically instructional theory.

Playlist including lectures by Dr Andy Hudson-Smith and Phil Bernstein:

Downloads — Speakers’ Presentations
Phil Bernstein, BIM: New Directions for Pedagogy (Prezi webpage)
Rob Garvey, BIM Academic Forum, BIM and the Curriculum (PDF 1.3MB)
John Enyon, Open Water Consulting Ltd, BIM as a focus and catalyst for industrial and societal evolution (PDF 1.7MB)
Prof. Anthony Smith, UCL Vice-Provost for Education, The Future of Higher Education (PDF 132KB)
Jorge Gil, PhD Candidate at TU Delft Faculty of Architecture, The Backbone of City Information Modelling (CIM): Spatial Data Models and Tools for Urban Design (PDF 4.3MB)
George Roussos, Professor of Pervasive Computing, Birkbeck College, University of London, Mobile Sensing, BYOD and Big Data Analytics for Museum Visitor Studies (PDF 1.6MB)
Phil Langley, PhD Candidate at the University of Sheffield, Branch, Merge, Commit – New forms of Open Source for designing with BIM (PDF 1.6MB)
Dr Stefan Boeykens and PhD Candidate Niels Wouters, Department of Architecture, KU Leuven, BIM, Big Data and Mashup in Architectural Computing – Experimenting with Digital Technoogies (PDF 1.8MB)
Aled Williams, Discipline Lead for the Built Environment, Higher Education Authority, Embedding BIM (Building Inforation Modelling) with the taught curriculum (External link)
Dr Hannah Fry, The Bartlett CASA, UCL, Conference summary highlights and actions (PDF 318KB)



I have previously posted about MIT OpenCourseWare.  There is actually a site that essentially aggregates courses from all over the web and from a number of different learning institutions, and then provides a link for you to access that particular course and the related resources.  Check it out at:
Online Courses Directory

Here are a couple of examples of courses that you can access (Blender, and programming in C):

For example, there is this 2002 course on Computational Design for Housing, and you can download a ZIP file containing all of the Study Materials.

A few other courses of interest:
Computational Design I: Theory and Applications, Fall 2005

Inquiry into Computation and Design, Fall 2006

Drawings & Numbers: Five Centuries of Digital Design, Fall 2002

Just click on the Download Course Materials link in the left sidebar of any of the OpenCourseWare pages to access the ZIP package for that course:

Check out more architectural courses at:
Architecture | Courses | MIT OpenCourseWare

The Autodesk BIM for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Management Curriculum can be freely accessed from here.  Click on the various Units on the right hand side of the page.

For example, Unit 1 contains links to various whitepapers.

You can view all of the Curriculum videos here.

Heads up via:
Google Translate of Education – Curriculums BIM Revit Architecture pour les Professeurs en t�l�chargement gratuit ! – Village BIM