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Watch and Vote: RH124 Essentials vs RH124 Lab Review vs RH134 Chapter Review

Community Manager
Community Manager

Greetings RHLC,

Today Red Hat Training is piloting an online learning format we are tentatively calling Thin Video Classroom, and we want to hear what you think about it. Thin VCs are a playlist of short videos that make up an overview of a full Red Hat Training course. Running a total of about one hour, we envision possible use-cases being course refreshers, searchable microlearning nuggets, skills and exam prep assessments, knowledge checks, and others we have not considered yet. That’s where this community comes in! It's important that we get your feedback on these three samples in order to fine-tune the format before potentially starting production on Thin VCs covering more of Red Hat Training's curriculum. 

Without feedback, we may determine there is no demand for these types of videos. So if you want to potentailly see Thin VCs for our Advanced RHEL, OpenShift, Ansible, Satellite, OpenStack, JBoss, and other courses, then please watch some (or all) of the content below and then chime in to help shape the future of Red Hat Training's video content!

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VC Essentials 

A microlearning format based off summarized key topics from the RH124 course delivered by Ricardo da Costa.

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VC Lab Review

A comprehensive review demonstration based off the RH124 exam objectives delivered by Ricardo da Costa.

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VC Chapter Review

A review of key concepts from each chapter of the RH134 course delivered by Michael Phillips. 

 

↓↓↓Now take the survey below↓↓↓

 

Thanks for your feedback,

~ Jim Meegan

Sr. Videographer/Editor, Red Hat Training

9 responses
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi again,

I'm looking for feedback: what do you think of this 5 minute review of RH134 Chapter One: Improving Command-line Productivity? Are videos like this something you might like seeing included in RHLS? 

Feel free to comment here, but also let us know by filling out the survey

Thanks again,

~ Jim Meegan

Sr. Videographer/Editor, Red Hat Training

Moderator
Moderator

Great stuff Ricardo!

Community Manager
Community Manager

@Jim_Meegan This is a great opportunity to get an exclusive look at the direction Red Hat Training courses may be going in the future, thank you for the opportunity to let our community give feedback and have a voice!

ShawnR Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist

I was just reading this on r/redhat. I will watch and give you feedback in a few days. Thanks for requesting input. This speaks very well about Red Hat.

Community Manager
Community Manager
Thanks @ShawnR - I'm looking forward to your feedback.
ShawnR Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist

I will provide feedback as I go through the entire content if that is ok.

- Appears that is not going to work because I can not reply to my own comment. I was hoping to nest comments. 

 

I will edit this comment as I go along.

- What is the command line?

Pro: Video quality is excellent. Audio is rich without any noticable background noise(I am only using the speakers that came with my monitor). I believe the full RHLS provides closed caption so I would assume this video in that environment would also have that capability. The best feature for me is that I can Airplay to my TV and then use my laptop as a screen for the lab. Full screen in Safari and Chrome works exactly as I would expect it to: no borders.

Con: The Red Hat icon should be more relevant. When I click it for any video it takes me here: https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training-and-certification. I feel the link should take me to somewhere that is relevant to the video:
1. Load the lab that is associated with the video

2. Jump to the section in the training manual

3. Take me to a url that either discusses the class, objectives for the test, or to a community board.

In the picture below I would prefer if the right panel would stay frozen. Any mouse/trackpad movement should scroll the right selection vs scrolling the entire screen. I should not need to keep clicking on Show more to keep advancing the selection. The entire selection should be able to browse without any additional internation from the user except to navigate up or down. 
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Community Manager
Community Manager

Thanks @ShawnR We are mostly interested in feedback on the content itself, not so much the course interface. But I appreciate your comments! If you could, please fill out a survey if you haven't yet.  Thanks!

Community Manager
Community Manager

Last call for feedback on the video pilot! Results will be gathered and decisions made over the next few days. If you want your voice heard, don't hesitate.

Thanks to those who have already contributed! It is MUCH appreciated!