LinkedIn Learning offers courses that build Business, Technology and Creative skills across a range of platforms and skill levels, including:
Have a look at the LinkedIn Learning website for the full list of subjects offered, or check out the guide menu for more information and examples of courses for your needs.
New courses are added all the time, so be sure to check back for a subject that interests you!
Collections can be used to group courses or videos for your own convenience, or for sharing with other users. Watch the video below by clicking the link for more information on using Collections.
The Learning History tab allows you to see all the courses you have completed in LinkedIn Learning and keep track of your progress. The My Learning page also allows you to see in courses that are in progress, saved, or added to a Collection.
Each video on LinkedIn Learning is accompanied by a transcript, which is located adjacent to the video on the middle tab. As you watch the video the transcipt auto-scrolls and highlights the text in time with the audio.
The transcript also contains clickable links which jump the video to that particular place; so you can easily navigate within the content, rewatch something you missed, or skip ahead.
When a LinkedIn Learning course is completed you will automatically get a Certificate of Completion.
Click the link to watch a video on more about Certificates on LinkedIn Learning.
LinkedIn Learning makes recommendations for you based on courses you've completed and skills you've added.
LinkedIn Learning allows you to change the playback speed of the videos, so you can get through information you are familiar with faster, skim over a video, or slow down for more focused listening and note taking. You can also change the Video Quality, View Mode and Auto Play settings. Click the link below for more information.
When watching a course or video you can utilise the Notebook tab for your own thoughts. Notes are saved at the time of the video so you can easily find your place again, and view the note in context.
Exercise files are project files or informational documents the instructors use to teach some of the courses on LinkedIn Learning. For more information click the link below.