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Learn To Be A Microsoft Expert With Free Training Clinics [groovyNews]

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Microsoft is leaving students for learning how to use their products.  Free Learning clinics are available for any user type, whether advanced or just beginning. 


The clinics are online-based courses and lessons (CBT) which simulate being taught by a pro.  For people like me, they are a great alterative to opening up a book and reading about the software as the interactive courses keep you interested (to a point) while you learn.


The interface for the clinics are simple to use and easy to understand while also granting a good amount of versatility.  You can select which course you want to take right on the spot, or add it to your basket and take them at a later time.  In order to properly use the courses you will be required to download a browser add-on, and restart your computer.

My Learning, classes from microsoft that are both paid and free to help you learn Microsoft Software 


Here are some of the Free clinics that really stood out to me, but are a ton more that are readily available.


Become A Windows Expert  


Learn To Use SQL in Server 2008   

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Discover Microsoft Exchange 2010   


Become A Microsoft Security Expert  


Learn How To Use Microsoft Sharepoint 


To view ALL of the educational courses visit the Microsoft Learning Center.  Not all of them of free, but the majority of them are very groovy.


Have a class that you enjoyed in particular?  Hate the CBT?  Would love to hear from you!

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3 Responses to Learn To Be A Microsoft Expert With Free Training Clinics [groovyNews]

  1. shockersh November 3, 2009 at 10:49 pm #

    sweet site dex. thnx again. Nothing is better than free!

    • grooveDexter November 7, 2009 at 11:20 pm #

      @shockersh, Glad to here you like the CBT, I’m currently working my way through them. Even being eing an expert on Microsoft, I’m still surprised at how much there is to learn in them.

  2. dennis August 10, 2011 at 4:27 pm #

    the questions simulate the new MTA exams 98-361 and MTA 98-362 and 372…they helpout a lot but……..if your system does not accept siverlight your Done.. or windows 7 my system at home accepts neither;
    and this web page is elusive…its very hard to navigate too and around…are+you+certifiable???

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