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Author's profile photo Denys van Kempen

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      Author's profile photo Walt Muntzenberger
      Walt Muntzenberger

      The content is not linked correctly. The iENT301 session does not bring up the correct content, but iENT302. Some of the questions on the assessment must be specific to iENT301. Can you resolve? Makes the learning journey difficult if the content is not linked properly.

      Author's profile photo Shai Sinai
      Shai Sinai

      Why did you change this content to obsolete?

      Author's profile photo Denys van Kempen
      Denys van Kempen
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      For TechEd 2019, I went through all of the learning journeys and posted a blog about each of them. It was an experiment. Personally, I found the TechEd event website a bit difficult to navigate. For TechEd 2019, there are 94 recordings but you would have to listen to say at least the first 5 minutes to figure out whether the content is of interest (5*94 = 470 minutes > 80 hours > 2 weeks). I found the Learning Journey approach helpful but this only applied to the event. The objective of the blog posts was to link the Learning Journeys with the replays for easier navigation. As an example, here is the last one remaining:

      Each month, I keep track of the page views and noticed that these blogs receive almost no views or engagements (comments, likes). As it makes no sense to keep track of material that is not of interest, I decided to delete the blogs after 6 months. The overview blog is still available:

      If you look at the event replays and scroll down the least viewed on the 94 lectures it is surprising how little these lectures are viewed. Note that the videos have been online for 6 months.

      For example

      The blog posts got a similar view counts. It is curious. Great content, all for free, yet nobody watches it. Information overload? Once TechEd is over: been there, done that?

      For the Next event, Google publishes the videos to YouTube, maybe that works better: