A Look Back at @openSAP
I saw the announcement recently of 5 million enrollments – congratulations to the team and all the instructors along the way.
I thought it would be a great opportunity to look back at my own OpenSAP courses. I’ve taken 80 so far – I know there are many more who have taken more than I have.
I have taken 13 courses in S/4HANA, 8 courses in HANA, 5 in SAP Analytics Cloud and 4 in Fiori
Some keywords in the courses I took:
Tag cloud by topic of the courses I took
There is a site that will look at the sentiment your “sentence” shows – in this case, I took the courses I took and the site shows the sentiment. Mostly the sentiment is neutral, with 1 negative.
Above shows a summary of courses by sentiment
I received a record of achievement for 72 out of the 80 courses. I could offer some excuses for not obtaining the record of achievement…but I won’t. I guess I got too busy.
Some places where I have taken the courses:
- on a plane
- on an iPad
- at home during an ice storm
- at the library (pre-pandemic) so I could focus better
So far my favorite course is Be Visual! Sketching Basics – it was interesting, interactive and for sure you learn by doing.
Some recommendations (for myself) for the future:
- Print out the slides and take handwritten notes – I did this for the last OpenSAP class, and amazingly I followed the content so much better
- Turn on closed captioning, even if you understand the speaker – for some reason, I followed this so much better with the captioning turned on
What are your tips for taking OpenSAP courses? Where have you taken the courses (any interesting places)?
Wow Tammy, 80 courses! Fantastic, keep going.
Katarina Nonhebel just published a post that also mentioned the Be Visual course on openSAP. I will check it out:)