I like the slightly redesigned Course Library page. I especially like that Project Management has been separated from Service Management. The combined category had too much stuff in it. I also like that CompTIA Project+ is listed under Project Management now, when before it wasn't.
"Legacy" really isn't an intuitive name for that category. I think it should be changed back to "Legacy Courses".
Given the growing popularity of DevOps, I recommend creating a DevOps category. List Accredited DevOps Professional, AWS Certified DevOps Engineer, Docker, Git, and Ansible under that category. Puppet and Chef are two of the most requested courses on the Course Request page. If you ever get around to recording those courses, they could get listed under DevOps as well. Right now, someone interested in DevOps has to hunt all over for the relevant courses.
By the way, AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional is missing from the AWS category.
My Recent Courses should list more than just three courses — perhaps 10 or so. I jump around examining the various courses so much that a listing of only the last three courses I visited is pretty much useless.
I think an important design opportunity was missed. Right now there are 35 categories (including "My Recent Courses"). That's a lot to look through. I think there should be three tabs at the top of the page titled something like "Certification Provider," "Skill Category," and "Job Role." A course like PMP would then get listed under PMI under the cert provider tab, Project Management under skill category tab, and Project Manager under the job role tab. This would reduce visual clutter while allowing users to search for courses using the categorization system (cert provider/tech skill/job role) most relevant to them. Each course should be allowed to be associated with a single certification provider, multiple skill categories, and multiple job roles.
Certification Provider tab
Skill Category tab
- Project Management
Job Role tab
- Project Manager