nTop Education Community Introducing Question of the Week on our Help Center

Do you have a question about nTop Platform? Read below to learn about our new Question of the Week program for students and what you can find in our Help Center.

Lizabeth Arum
April 13, 2020

Many of us are doing our part to flatten the curve by staying at home. As you might suspect, we’ve transitioned overnight into a 100% remote workforce at nTopology. In doing so that’s given us some time to think about how we can optimize so that students can learn more quickly to take full advantage of the power of nTop Platform. 

Soon we will introduce a Question of the Week program and, of course, we will still continue to update the Help Center to get students and commercial customers alike access to the latest and most meaningful self-guided training content, reference materials, step-by-step tutorials and more. 

Question of the Week 

Beginning April 14, our Question of the Week program will commence by inviting all academic licensees a chance to submit an nTop Platform question to education@ntopology.com. On Friday, April 17, one of those questions will be answered in-depth. This will continue moving forward with the question selected each Tuesday and answered on Friday. You will find the question and answer on our Help Center page. Here is an example of a question and answer. 

Regardless of the questions selected, we will do our best to answer all questions submitted and publish it on the Help Center. 

So, if you’ve got a question, we’ve got an answer. Submit all questions to the email address above. 

Help Center

Our Help Center is a great resource for the following:

  • Self-guided training
  • Technical support
  • Step-by-step Tutorials
  • Reference materials
  • Question of the Week (beginning Friday, April 17) 

Be sure to check out our Help Center page regularly to find the latest content.  

Written by
Artist, tinkerer, and educator, Liz is the Education Partner Manager for nTopology. She brings eight years of experience introducing and integrating desktop 3D printing into education, working at Makerbot Industries, Tinkerine, and Ultimaker. Passionate about connecting people and ideas and creating communities, like the Ultimaker Pioneer Program, she is a co-founder of Construct3D, a vendor-agnostic national 3D printing and digital fabrication conference and expo focused on academic use, best practices, and professional development opportunities for faculty, staff, and students from informal, K-12, and higher education contexts. Liz is a graduate of the Cooper Union and NYU’s ITP.

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