Microsoft announced updates to their online professional learning and certification options recently, and you will want to explore these and use them to speed up your learning in 2020. Here’s a quick look at what’s now available:
- Microsoft Learn website offers a new, fresh interface with available resources for you.
- Learning path offers a guided tour through a variety of individual modules.
- Get Microsoft certified and show your achievements through industry-recognized Microsoft certifications.
- See documentation, tutorials, and code examples for a variety of stakeholders.
See this all via the Microsoft Learn website. Before you go visit them, here is what’s available that may interest you.
What’s Available in Microsoft Learn
As a K-12 educator focused on educational technology, I’m always looking for ways to learn the tech faster. Some of the tech learning paths and modules provided by Microsoft include:
- Signing Up for Azure
- Azure Fundamentals
- Azure Architecture and Service Guarantees
- Principles of Cloud Computing
- Introduction to Microsoft 365 Core Services and Features
- Get Started Building with Power BI
But wait, there’s a lot more!
Microsoft Docs Lessons
The Microsoft Docs area includes tutorials on PowerShell, Xamarin, Microsoft Graph, and more. For example, in PowerShell (a technician’s best friend), you will see sample scripts and a PowerShell Gallery. A cross-platform list of PowerShell tools is also available. This could be a gift to those beginning to learn PowerShell.
Free Microsoft Curriculum Resource Collection
If you want to learn more about Microsoft resources, be sure to check out our other blogs. Type “Microsoft” in the search box at the top of this page. And you may find even more free Microsoft curriculum options via this Wakelet collection.
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