SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support, is the SAP Enterprise Support Academy’s productive system. Before first use, you should sign up for access to the SAP Learning Hub.
SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support comprises all offerings of the SAP Enterprise Support Academy. SAP customers with any of the following maintenance agreements are eligible to access this edition, as it is part of their maintenance contract:
Your registration confirmation mail will include details on how to get started as a first-time or returning user in SAP Learning Hub. See our get started tutorial for details on setting up your time zone and search language, as well how to perform keyword searches within the search catalog and how to use filtering to narrow down the list of populated results.
After a phase-out period, Learning Studio, the academy’s former learning platform, was shut down in December 2017 and migrated to SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support.
There are multiple editions available in SAP Learning Hub, each with it's own tailored catalog of learning content. Having access to one edition may not necessarily mean that you are automatically able to access other editions within the hub. This also applies to the SAP Enterprise Support edition of the hub. Access to the learning content within this support edition (whether via direct hyperlink or via the search catalog) is only accessible to registered SAP Enterprise Support Academy users. If learning content is not being displayed, then access may require a separate registration process, in addition to previous registrations to other editions you may already have performed.
To register your user to be able to access learning content from the SAP Enterprise Support edition, powered by SAP Enterprise Support Academy, see --> "How can I register to SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support?"
Note: non-registered users to the support edition may receive encrypted error messages when attempting to access the learning content, and the proper display of learning content may fail, as non-registered users are not entitled to consume the protected material.
Currently it is not possible. While navigating within SAP Learning Hub, links shown in the address bar of your web browser are encrypted and will not work if copied or forwarded to others. Deep links to learning items in SAP Learning Hub, which you have received, can be distributed. S-User access required.
You will need an internet connection and a system that meets certain requirements.
Access to the support edition is part of the following maintenance agreements: SAP Enterprise Support, SAP Enterprise Support, Cloud Edition, or SAP Product Support for Large Enterprises (PSLE). As long as you stick to the contingent described in the Program Entitlement no additional costs arise.
To access the SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support, a one-time registration is required. As before, you need an s-user to authenticate yourself. The registration triggers an automatic eligibility check.
When accessing SAP Learning Hub, an automatic eligibility check is triggered. If your company is not or no longer eligible to use the SAP Enterprise Support Academy program, access is refused.
The EKT program belongs to the professional edition in SAP Learning Hub. For this edition users have to register separately. The early adopter care customers (and partners) will get a free-access code to the professional edition for three months, restricted to five of their employees.
Learning content is the area within SAP Learning Hub, where you can manage your learning environment. Here you have an overview of your learning activities and resources. This area includes configurable tiles which can be moved per drag and drop to create your own customized view.
Watch the tutorial to learn more about how to manage your learning environment, including how to best make use of 'My Active Courses' and your individual learning history.
Keyword search: the system searches for the keyword(s) in the title, ID, and description fields.
Type-Ahead: the system provides you suggestions for search terms while you are typing in key words, based on the most common searches.
Search Results Display: the search results display in a particular, logical order:
Relevancy: the default sort order for catalog search results is according to relevancy, which is determined by weight and occurrence. Matches are weighted based on where keywords are found in the content: Title is weighted highest, followed by ID, and then Description. Matches with multiple occurrences of a keyword will be ranked higher than a match with a single occurrence.
Various filter criteria are available on the left navigation area of the catalog, to narrow down your search results. You can combine several filter criteria. Note: performing a keyword search after you have selected one or more filters causes the system to reset the filters.
Category: this refers to the type of learning, for example:
Delivery method: this refers to the way the learning content is conveyed, more precisely than the Category criteria would.
Topic: this refers to the subject area the learning relates to. You may expand each subject area to search for a more specific topic.
Rating: this refers to the star rating that learners have assigned to the learning items.
You are able to launch online courses from the search results or directly from 'My Active Courses' - see 'My Learning Content'.
To start and complete an online course:
Note: do not close the online content structure window after you have launched a content item. The window must stay open as some content may rely on this window to save your progress.
To continue an online course that you previously started, but have not fully completed:
Your learning history of completed work can be used to track and manage your completed learning activities. Star ratings can also be performed by clicking on the respective number of stars to rate your completed courses. The learning history tile can be found on the 'Learning Content' page.
The prerequisites for a scheduled offering are listed on the registration page for that scheduled offering in SAP Learning Hub, and also provided in the invitation email to participants.
You should fill in the participant survey received from SAP Learning Hub after completion.
For further questions about the SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support, please refer to our landing page in the SAP Support Portal.
You should subscribe to the SAP Enterprise Support Academy Update newsletter via https://www.sap.com/cmp/nl/enterprise-support-academy/index.html
Please refer to the Program Entitlement.
If a customer loses the eligibility to use the SAP Enterprise Support Academy program (e.g. due to termination of their maintenance agreement), access to the Learning Hub Support edition will be stopped.
For more information about eligibility, refer to the Program Entitlement.
EGI sessions consume 1 and AIE sessions 0.25 contingent days. MTE and self-paced learning is unlimited. Be aware that PSLE customers are not entitled to AIE sessions.
SAP Enterprise Support advisors can check for their customers.
No, pilot sessions are entitlement free.
Yes, there is no limitation. But pay attention to the time zones and language.
In general, 20 people.
Yes, and only one contingent day will be deducted.
This is a message generated by the system for contingent calculation check. You just need to confirm to complete EGI registration.
Access SAP Learning Hub briefly before the session. Choose Learning Content -> Continue. Under My Active Courses in the field Select All choose Select All -> mark Registrations. In the displayed list of your registrations choose the relevant course and click Join Virtual Session. Adobe connect opens. On the terms and conditions page choose OK, then the session opens.
For additional information, please see the relevant SAP Note.
Three participants are required.
The EGI portfolio is generally updated on a quarterly basis. You can usually expect the EGIs to be posted one month before the next quarter.
For EGI, one week prior to the session start date. From this time on:
For MTE, one day prior to the session.
In general, 300 people.
In SAP Learning Hub, there is no distinction between recordings and live sessions of the Meet the expert delivery format. To find recordings, please proceed as follows:
*If you choose Instructor-led -> Scheduled courses only, only the scheduled MTE sessions will be displayed.
Currently it is not yet recommended to use the filter option Subject Area, as work in this category is in progress.
As a one-on-one training, an AIE is limited to one customer. However, multiple employees of the same customer are welcome to participate.
Yes, however only the registered participant will be emailed the login details. He or she can forward them.
If you request a cancellation within at least three business days before the scheduled date, no contingent days will be lost.
MTE: Login details and calendar invites are sent directly after registration.
EGI: Login details and calendar invites are sent the week before the EGI starts, after the registration period is closed.
AIE: Login details and calendar invites are sent directly after registration.
Please refer to ZOOM - How to Guide for Participants (EGI), covering technical requirements, and how to join the session using Zoom communication software, which combines video conferencing, online meetings and mobile collaboration. Audio settings and specifications to consider are also included.
The instructor will provide a direct telephone number the first day of the session.
You should contact the instructor directly. Instructors generally provide their contact information during the EGI session.
Use the Contact SAP Enterprise Support Academy button on the bottom right-side of the page.