First published on MSDN on Mar 15, 2018
Microsoft MVPs are notorious for passionately sharing their knowledge with the world - and that was never more evident than at the
MVP Global Summit.
That’s why at this year’s event, LinkedIn Learning unlocked 15 incredible courses by MVP authors - it was all to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the MVP Award Program, and the work of our community.
The courses are unlocked until April 16th, and were hand-picked by LinkedIn Learning content managers. They cover a range of key technology skills - such as how to leverage Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite, create better slides with PowerPoint, and more.
We encourage you to
take a look
and watch these great courses from your MVP peers
“We have hundreds of experts that create courses for us in creative, business and technology topics, and we wanted to feature the incredible depth the MVP community brings to LinkedIn Learning across a wide variety of topic areas,” said Head of Community and Evangelism at LinkedIn Learning Doug Winnie.
Being a community leader isn’t only about having in-depth technical knowledge, after all. It’s also about developing communities that are collaborative and inclusive - and this skill is exactly what LinkedIn Learning helps MVPs to build.
“Great instructors are passionate about connecting to their community and sharing knowledge —a core attribute for Microsoft MVPs,” said LinkedIn Learning Content Manager Stephanie Evans. “Microsoft MVPs bring a deep well of technical expertise as well as a natural understanding of problems developers struggle with out in the field: which translates to practical, focused content at LinkedIn Learning.”
MVPs can access LinkedIn Learning for free and share video content to embed into their community materials. LinkedIn Learning, via the Learning Community Program, also provides MVPs with 12-month LinkedIn Career Premium benefits including free access to the LinkedIn Learning library, and career, profile and skills insights to help build and grow their reputation with more than 546 million users. You can find out more on the
MVP Benefits site under LinkedIn Learning.
But remember: these 15 MVP courses are only unlocked for the general public until the middle of April! So please share with your networks and demonstrate just how MVPs excel at sharing knowledge with the world.
Are you an MVP interested in sharing your expertise through LinkedIn Learning, as well? We invite MVPs to create and share long-form articles and blogs, as well as upload native videos from the LinkedIn mobile app or through a browser. You can apply
to share your knowledge with the world - of course, don’t forget to mention you’re an MVP.