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Cisco Among Learning! 100 Winners Announced at Enterprise Learning! Summit

Created on: Apr 17, 2012 2:36 PM by Frank Schalk - Last Modified:  Apr 30, 2012 1:59 PM by Frank Schalk

Cisco Among Learning! 100 Winners Announced at Enterprise Learning! Summit


The Cisco Learning Network has been recognized third among the Top 100 Learning Organizations by Elearning! Media Group in its second annual Awards Program—a tremendous achievement.


The Cisco Learning Network is a dedicated interactive social learning community—now with more than 500,000 registered members-- that provides learning materials, videos, games, peer discussions and other tools to IT networking professionals. It supports a global audience from more than 120 countries in building and advancing their careers in IT networking through Cisco Certification and social interaction. The Cisco Learning Network attracts those just entering the field of IT networking, those mid-career who are gaining more skills and experience, and those seasoned professionals who are celebrating their careers and continue learning by giving back to the community as they continue.  The site provides support to those in career transition, such as those in the military who wish to convert their IT experience into a civilian career in the fast-growing IT industry. The Cisco Learning Network has distinguished itself by offering key resources, effective learning tools, and access to industry experts. It is the definitive website for those who are serious about enhancing their IT networking career—but want to have fun doing it.



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