Stay Ahead with New Courses for Office 2016

September 22, 2015

Whats New In Office 2016_Page_01The team wants to help you learn the skills you need to do your best work and to help you stay current on fast-changing technologies. To keep you current, we work closely with software companies such as Microsoft, Adobe, and, of course, LinkedIn, to understand which new features and changes are coming that will impact your day-to-day. That means we’re adding new content everyday to ensure our courses are relevant.

As part of Microsoft’s release today of Office 2016, has simultaneously released 14 new Office 2016 courses consisting of more than 56 hours of video instruction to help learners immediately begin using the world's leading productivity software suite. The courses include an Office 2016 New Features course and our cornerstone start-to-finish Essential Training courses on Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, OneNote, and Sway for both Office 2016 and Office 365. It’s no surprise that Office courses are among our most popular. In fact, the corresponding videos for Office 2013 courses have 10+ million views by 430K+ viewers.

In addition to new courses being added to every day, we’re also working hard to make them more accessible so you can learn anytime, anywhere. Some people prefer to learn during their morning commute watching on their phones or tablets, others prefer to watch on a desktop or laptop. Either way, convenience and flexibility are key so we have expanded offline viewing beyond mobile phones and tablets to desktops and laptops making it possible for Premium Annual Members to download and watch courses offline. This means, you can can now download a course in it's entirety to watch on any device--a tablet, mobile phone or desktop, anytime, from anywhere--no internet connection needed.

When it comes to learning and professional development, we stay ahead of industry changes so you don’t miss a beat. We invite you to give a try, free for 30 days.