Home > Learning News
1 6 7 8 9 10 Previous Next

Learning News

268 posts

From the whole Cisco Learning Network team...   Sincerely. Brett Lovins Community Manager   Read more

This month we are proud to spotlight two last over-due Members of the Cisco Learning Network for our quarterly Community Spotlight Award. Both members are regular contributors to the discussion forums and supporters of the community. So please join me in thanking and congratulating Joshua Johnson and Arteq for their continuous support of the Cisco Learning Network! Both of them were pretty ... Read more


Cisco Live London 2013

Posted by Susan Jan 30, 2013

I am supporting the Cisco Learning Network at Cisco Live London this year and I have to say that day one was such an inspiring day. To get to show off the exciting things going on in our community is a great opportunity but to see someone's face as they see all that we have to offer is a really positve experience. I spoke to a gentleman from the UK who wants to get a CCNA in Routing and Switching ... Read more

Congratulations to our 2013 Cisco Designated VIPs! The Cisco Designated VIP program recognizes the top external individual contributors in Cisco's online communities, including the Cisco Learning Network (CLN), Cisco Support Community (CSC), and the Cisco Developers Network (CDN). Cisco Designated VIPs are recognized by their peers for their  expertise and tireless contributions, and their ... Read more

Alright. The end of 2012 is near. That means it is time to consider what you want to do for your New Year's Resolutions, right?   There are a group of us that work on the Cisco Learning Network that thought, hmmm... maybe we should all commit to getting our CCENTs in 2013. Then we thought, hmmmm.... maybe others would like to join us. There is something about publicly commiting to ... Read more

I have discovered that there are two types of command interfaces in the world of computing: good interfaces and user interfaces. - Daniel J Bernstein   Ease of use and the ability for members to quickly find what they are looking for is important to us here on the Cisco Learning Network. We currently have a variety of efforts underway to improve your overall experience and, starting with ... Read more

Just read a really interesting collection of blogs by Dave Evans. His job title piqued my interest straight away, "Cisco's Chief Futurist." In these blogs, he talks about the value of networks and their exponential increase in value as more people, process, data and things become connected. Thought I would end the week by linking to these blogs. Hopefully you will them interesting as well.   ... Read more

The final installment of the "Cisco Exam Preparation - Studying for Results" series went live this morning. This one (Part 6 of 6) might be my favorite of the bunch: "Overcoming Procratination and Myths".   In this webinar, Dr. Stephanie Burns, explains why procrastination happens in the first place and how it is a "natural" phenomenon. Next she shares best practices for how to overcome it ... Read more

Shelia Jordan over on the Cisco Blogs platform has a great piece on managing "Device Deluge". No matter where you're at in your IT Profession, devising an effective device management (tablets, smart phones and personal laptops) strategy will be, or already is, a critical piece to an overall IT management plan.   In the post, "Don't Let Device Deluge Get You Down", Shelia details Cisco's six ... Read more

The Winding Road to Where You Are  Have you had a winding road professionally to the point you're at so far in your life? Of course you have, we all have right? That story is one that always fascinates me, and it's one that most of us can relate to no matter where you live or how old you are. Our November Community Spotlight Recipients stories are ones that I personally love; just ... Read more

So our pilot went well last Friday. Community member David Arnold stepped up and did a great job. We're hoping to do more of these WebEx study sessions in multiple certification tracks. Please send me a private message if you'd be interested in presenting.   To see/hear the recording vist the Design Track Study Sessions page.   We think these are going to be fun and educational. ... Read more

Fellow community manager, Matt Saunders, and I have been working on a pilot project that will launch this week. On October 26th at 3:00 pm Pacific we are going to have a Study Group Hot Seat session. This is modeled after the Silicon Valley Cisco User Group's sessions that they do regularly.   One of the best ways to learn something is by teaching it, so we're giving community members the ... Read more

As part of our ongoing attempts at making the Cisco Learning Network better and better, we launched a new "Welcome Page" today. On the right side of the page there is an introduction and orientation video. We really hope that this is useful to newcomers to the site.   With this little video in the can, we'd like to build more of these sorts of "how to use the Cisco Learning Network" videos ... Read more

What's more important where you're from, where you're at, where you're going? I believe this is a very compelling question for most, if not all, the members of the Cisco Learning Network.   As children DelVonte and Erik wanted to either be archeologists, lawyers, or computer engineers, and growing up in Los Angeles and Baton Rouge, LA respectively you can't help but wonder if they ever ... Read more

We've rolled out the first in a series of recordings with Dr. Stephanie Burns, PhD in adult learning, about how to maximize your efforts when you put time into your studies. It is entitled: Cisco Exam Preparation - Studying for Results.   Now that all the recordings are in the can and we've started sharing them here on the Cisco Learning Network, I've been reflecting on how I approach ... Read more

Filter Blog

By date:
By tag: