Red Hat Training: How Do you Learn?
If you have taken an online course offered by Red Hat, please take this short, anonymous survey to help us understand how you use our self-paced courses. The results of this survey will allow us to focus on the elements that are most important to our learners.
Our goal is to continue to improve our courses for effective skills & knowledge transfer and your responses are critical to that effort.
I consider myself a:
Customer (RHLS, individual courses, etc.)
Red Hat Academy Student
Red Hat Instructor
Technical Professional (Red Hat product enthusiast)
Red Hat Employee
List the last one or two Red Hat self-paced courses you've taken.
When starting a self-paced course in RHLS, which of the following methods most closely match how you navigate?
I start from the beginning and work in a linear way (ch1, ch2, ch3, etc.)
I view the Table of Contents and choose the content that most impacts me.
I skip to Guided Exercises first.
I try the labs first.
I perform the end-of-course Comprehensive Review first to test my knowledge.
Within a chapter, what would you say is/are the most important element(s) to enable your skill development or certification prep? (Choose all that apply)
Narrative (section text appearing before activities)
End of chapter labs
End-of-course Comprehensive Review labs
How do you approach lecture content (the text that appears before exercises)? (Choose all that apply)
Skim it quickly for main points.
Read deeply to understand concepts.
Search for specific terms within the chapter (focus on topics of interest only).
Skip it, unless I need it to perform the exercise.
None of the above, I go to the Video Classroom course and view the videos first.
Which of the following best describes your use of the evaluation (grade) script after you work through a lab?
I usually skip the Evaluation step completely.
I read the feedback but don't fix the failed steps; I move on.
I read the output, fix all failed steps, and run the script until all steps are correct.
I was unaware of an Evaluation (grade) step.
What types of content would you like to see more of in our courses? (Choose all that apply)
Labs (for all chapters).
Graphics (diagrams/motion graphics).
Screen captures (output, dashboard, interface)
Quizzes that include pointers back to content for incorrect answers.
Context (scenarios describing why a topic is important to you).
Job Aids/Cheat Sheets (as course add-ons).
Links to Expert Extras (external/supplemental video demonstrations).
Content details that appear with an action (roll-over, click, fold-down menu's, etc).
Did we miss something or do you have other great ideas about how to enhance our learning content?
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