e-learning recommendation

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by adrian8311, Dec 6, 2003.

  1. adrian8311

    adrian8311 Guest

    Hi,
    I want to try the e-learning for MCSE, but there's a lot of thes
    kind of e-learning on the market, don't know which one is good, ca
    anyone recommend me a good one. Thanks.

    Adria

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    Adamu Guest


    >-----Original Message-----
    >
    >Hi,
    >I want to try the e-learning for MCSE, but there's a lot

    of these
    >kind of e-learning on the market, don't know which one is

    good, can
    >anyone recommend me a good one. Thanks.
    >
    >Adrian
    >
    >
    >adrian8311


    Hi Guys,

    Most of us are hi tech ultra modern IT specialist ;)
    My company bought for all its employees e-learning
    solutions - but frankly speaking I still prefer to read a
    book instead of newest elearning course. At least for one
    reason - I can't took my laptop to read during bath ;)
    For me e-learning is cool, but I still like to write my
    notes on margin, read during travel (don't tell me that I
    can use my laptop or palm - my old fashioned books don't
    require recharging) or bath. And all this simulators are
    not that perfect - I prefere to set up my own lab (at
    least by meaning of VMWare) where I'm not limited to
    authors way of doing things.

    regards,
    Adamu

    Adamu
     
    Adamu, Dec 8, 2003
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  3. adrian8311

    Rick Guest

    These comments come from my experience. I too prefer to use books for the
    most part as they provide a truly portable solution requiring no recharges.
    However I did find the NETG courseware very helpful along the way. If
    nothing else they stimulated multiple sense and helped me retain the
    information. I have only used the NetG courses for the 2000 MCSE track so I
    can only speak of their content. In comparison to the MOC (I also attended
    the official Classes in 2001) the NetG courseware covered the identical
    content.

    In the simulation arena I say baa humbug. You are much better to setup a LAB
    then to use any simulation. I would also say that books, courseware or
    Microsoft official courses do you little good without the hands on
    experience. If you are serious about passing the MCSE test and retaining the
    knowledge to use on the job you should set up a lab and practice!


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    Rick CompTIA: A+, Network+, Server+, Security+, Microsoft: MCSA, MCSE
     
    Rick, Dec 8, 2003
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