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We’d like a pulse on the training content you’d like to see from University. In the past, we’ve developed a tutorial series on JQL and will start work on Kanban content, both topics resulting from customer feedback. Think of both self-paced tutorials and even longer full-blown webinar type courses.
Got it, thank you.
I'd like to suggest something sort of quiz after every chapter for a quick assessment . It keeps us motivated :p
Got it and... actually done. We incorporate quizzes in all training we do. Agree, great motivators and learning checks.
I have been doing a lot of Atlassian training recently. Here are a couple of general comments:
Thanks for your feedback Kat.
Are you watching the OnDemand classes or the self-paced tutorials?
Both. I am working through partner accreditation, with only one certification to go before I get Technical Sales completed. The self-paced tutorials work much better for me than the OnDemand classes as I tend to do many small study sessions rather than block out a day or half a day to focus on study.
Thank you for the feedback. We are kinda stuck with not being able to show a total progress bar for these tutorials since we use a per topic progress bar - can only use one type. We do tell you in the description of each tutorial, what the length is, so that gives you a good idea of total length of each tutorial before you start. We will be developing more content in straight video this coming year, and those will have a traditional progress slider as you describe.