Microsoft looking for community authors for Windows 7 Course Portfolio

Microsoft Learning has for the first time, opened its arms to writers outside the company that can write courses to build the Windows 7 portfolio. In this context, Microsoft has already released the necessary guidance for potential participants via the “Courseware Library Authors”. The course submission page is live and accepting content. “We are looking for several authors […]

Microsoft Learning has for the first time, opened its arms to writers outside the company that can write courses to build the Windows 7 portfolio. In this context, Microsoft has already released the necessary guidance for potential participants via the “Courseware Library Authors”. The course submission page is live and accepting content.

“We are looking for several authors to create the key courses for the Windows 7 portfolio,” explained Jeff Hora. “Through this program, MCTs, MVPs, our partners etc. can write courses and sell them to students all over the world. It's a great way to grow your reputation and your revenue: over a third of the courses' revenue goes to our authors,” explained Tjeerd Veninga, MCT community lead.

Source:→ Softpedia