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Comments on Microsoft Learn
“Microsoft Learn is Microsoft’s Learning Management System that holds many courses and certifications. I have spent some hours in here learning courses and doing the learning paths they suggest as well as swotting for the Microsoft 365 Certifications. They run all their assessments within this and a couple of weeks ago, sat their Fundamentals Exam where I had my camera on while I was taking the exam with an invigilator somewhere around the world watching me do it. It was a weird experience. Recently Microsoft has offered their courses open and to the public for millions of people around the world in an effort to increase digital skills to those who need it the most. They are going to create a new Learning app as well and which has all the analytics sitting behind it. This one will spell the demise for many LMS platforms” Helen Blunden, Community Manager, Australia, 2020
Quick Guide to Microsoft Learn
Here you will find basic guidance and links on how to use Microsoft Learn for teaching, training, learning and development.
Microsoft Learn provides hands-on interactive courses on Microsoft products. It is suitable for beginners as well as experienced professionals.
You can browse the catalogue in a number of ways: by product, role, level or type as this screenshot shows.
Find out more in this short video
Microsoft Learn also includes access to Learn.TV which offers daily live, pre-recorded, and on-demand video programming for developers and engineers within the Microsoft Learn platform.
- Microsoft adds new Learn TV video channel for daily technical content, ZDNet, 20 May 2020
Last updated: August 26, 2022 at 18:38 pm