Educational Content Through Microsoft’s New Channel, Learn TV

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So many channels, so little time. Well, you may want to make time for Learn TV, Microsoft’s newest way “for customers to consume technical content.”

“Introduced at its Build 2020 developers conference this week, Learn TV is a channel for pre-recorded and on-demand video programming for developers and engineers.” Finally, binge watching for a purpose!

Education at your own pace, free of charge, Learn TV will include live streams as well as instructional videos and shows. Ranging from Microsoft Cloud Advocates and product group heads to community members, content will be from the existing “Microsoft Channel 9, first-party events, hackathons, and interviews.”

A Microsoft spokesperson explained: “Learn TV will complement Channel 9 – it does not replace or change any of the Channel 9 programming. Learn TV brings in live presentations and instructor-led sessions, as well as other recorded videos from Channel 9 and other Microsoft video services. This complements the on-demand, self-paced training content available in Microsoft Learn today. Learn TV provides another modality option for those who learn by watching someone else demonstrate and discuss technologies.”

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn

If you’re looking for more digestible, fun ways to learn. EnhancedTECH also has a YouTube page!

We explain in detail the ins-and-outs of applications like Microsoft Teams, and get down to the daily questions, like how to change your default printer (not everyone knows). We’re constantly adding to our video library so be sure to check it out, if there’s anything you’d like to see a video demonstration on feel free to let us know!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuPqs0wSJ1Z8l9qUAVWev9Q/featured

If you need assistance with IT Managed Services give EnhancedTECH a call at714-970-9330 or contact us at [email protected].

-Emmy Seigler

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-adds-new-learn-tv-video-channel-for-daily-technical-content/?ftag=TRE7ce1dc9&bhid=28837826891618282212917048574090&mid=12842668&cid=2176732464

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