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Whether you are as a consummate Information Technology (IT) professional, or a professional working in the IT industry, you have likely, at some point, felt as if you are the watching the train leave the station. Next, with great angst, you plead with your legs to carry you to the fast-moving train. Run! You need to jump on the ever-progressing train – and not be left a defeated spectator – as it speeds down the tracks!

Well, run no more in desperation.

SAP Learning Hub meets you where you are and provides the moving sidewalk, the conduit if you will, to carry you and seat you in the first class car each time, enabling you to travel at high speed, yet comfort as well, along your journey.

While the train is an obvious metaphor, let’s get real.

Consider if the train were fast-moving technology. There is a spectrum, of course. Whether you are facing the need to learn about disruptive technology (i.e., Cloud technology) or new products, systems, upgrades to previous releases, or business processes or approaches, as they apply to IT, your train – the train – is technology and it moves at rapid-pace. The moving sidewalk that carries you to board the train is educational technology. Now, you’re on board!

The real solution – the solution that enables you to get on board with SAP knowledge and skills – is SAP Learning Hub. SAP created the SAP Learning Hub by considering what ensures that educational technology provides quality technology education.

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SAP provides a FREE opportunity for you to experience the benefits first-hand, through the SAP Learning Hub, Discovery Edition, and access approximately 120 full or partial offerings. After you experience its effectiveness and ease of use first-hand, you may subscribe to the SAP Learning Hub (as few as 1 user to as many as you would like) so you may self-select the most pertinent learning assets, study at your convenience, and collaborate with your peers, and at your option, enter Learning Rooms where you will have direct access to experts. Amazingly, the SAP Learning Hub provides you with access to live SAP training systems so you may practice your skills!

Catch the train. Sign up today to access the SAP Learning Hub Discovery Edition for an experience uniquely your own. Go to https://training.sap.com/shop/learninghub to register today.

In the meantime, in its commitment to quality technology education, it is important to note that the SAP Learning Hub meets newly formed standards in technology-based education. The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), have identified standards that encompass a full range of technology competencies. A partial list is below. See how the SAP Learning Hub is meeting or exceeding standards!

  • Creativity and innovation. Students should be able to use technology and their existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes.
  • Communication and collaboration. Students should be able to work collaboratively, both in person and at a distance, and to communicate ideas effectively to multiple audiences using new media.
  • Digital citizenship. Students should take responsibility for their own lifelong learning and should practice safe, legal, and ethical use of information and digital tools.
  • Technology operations and concepts. Students should understand technology systems, select and use technology applications effectively, and be able to troubleshoot systems and applications.

SAP Learning Hub meets these standards and more! Innovation, collaboration, self-selection and pacing, skills application and practice, live training systems, access to experts, and so much more to experience.

Sign up today to access the SAP Learning Hub Discovery Edition for an experience uniquely your own. Go to https://training.sap.com/shop/learninghub to register today.

Written by Lisa Nonamaker, PMP, SAP Public Services. Ms. Nonamaker is passionate about organizational performance improvement in the corporate and academic arenas. She is an expert in corporate strategy, go-to-market (GTM) planning and execution, program and project management, business development, and is a former educator and author of state-wide curriculum standards. She has worked in the IT and management consulting industry for 20+ years, most recently leading a Technology and Management Solution team of performance and instructional consultants, program and project managers, and technology senior managers and consultants. 

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  1. Frank Wilson

    I think the collaboration is the key to open the door of various learning opportunities for students and professionals and SAP is proving its capacity for providing the best quality technology education.  IT Coursework

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    1. Lisa Nonamaker Post author

      Thanks for this comment, Frank. You make a great point that collaboration is the key to opening the door… Adult learners need relevance in their learning and learning alongside colleagues, testing our theories and applying our learning with others is a great way to enhance our competencies. Thanks again for reading and for commenting!

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  2. ERIC PHILIP

    SAP has always a lot of contribution in promoting technology education for youth students as well as professionals to make them well acquainted with the latest technologies coming up in the industry. It is really an excellent endeavor to provide a learning hub for quality technology education affordable for all. Dissertation Proposal Help UK

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