Posted by: Ed Tittel
Microsoft Learning, Microsoft Learning Catalog, Microsoft Learning Catalog reworked, new Microsoft Learning catalog
Thanks to a warning e-mail from Wag-Ed flack Heather Vaughan (and I’m not using that term in a perjorative sense, she’s great to work with and very pro-active) I just took a look at the new and improved Microsoft Learning site, which now revolves around a re-imagined Learning Catalog. A quick look at my catalog reveals the new organization:
Things look cleaner than they used to, and the catalog is set up to permit easy browsing by type of content as intimated by the preceding screenshot, and by subject as well: there’s a search button labeled “By Product/Technology” outside the frame of the screencap, off to the top left of the Web page.
After remembering which Microsoft Live ID to use to access my personal training catalog (a must if you want to see what you’ve got in your hopper, so to speak) I was surprised to see how many courses I’m still on the hook for. I was also pleased to see that the Windows 7 offerings are now pretty darn complete with over 40 items on offer under that heading. Be sure to give it a visit, and check things out!