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8 Study & Exam Tips for Adult Learners
For adult learners like me, it's been a long time since we've had to face a formal exam. However, for nearly every IT certification, one must pass the associated exam. For example, if you are seeking any CompTIA certification, such as A+, Network+ or Security+, you guessed it—there will be an exam to earn the credential.
Which Microsoft Learning Method Should I Choose?
Microsoft is one of the leading names in technology and works hard to provide products to further businesses and everyday life. New Horizons is a Microsoft Gold Learning Partner, meaning there are many options to get Microsoft training and certifications through various courses. Traditional Instructor Led classes are available, but many additional learning modalities are offered to give a more accommodating way to get the training needed.
Here is a look at four distinct Microsoft learning methods for end users, as well as for IT professionals. We will leave it up to you as to decide which is the best option for you and the needs of your business.
A Technical Instructor's Perspective of Online Learning
Our students and potential students often have some doubts about our “new” Online LIVE (OLL) class delivery modality, and I thought I would offer a few observations from the instructor’s perspective to allow some greater understanding of online learning.
The Benefits of Online Courses
Although online courses have some limitations, there are several advantages of online learning that can help to explain why it may be the ideal learning method for you.
In this post, we will discuss what online learning (aka eLearning) is, the key benefits of online learning, as well as a clear explanation of Online LIVE (OLL) from New Horizons. Also, to be fair, we will even address the major disadvantages of online courses.
The Perceived Disadvantages of Online Courses
Online classes are available for many different facets of training programs. Many schools utilize these online courses to help get more students into the (virtual) classroom. However, some of our customers prefer the more traditional, instructor-led training approach.