LinkedIn Learning

How can LinkedIn Learning work for you?

  • Tracks your individual training progress.
  • Keeps you current on the latest software programs including Adobe, Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
  • Lets you learn at your own pace—anytime, anywhere.
  • Lets you bookmark where you left off if your training time is interrupted.
  • Provides Certificates of Completion for courses you view in their entirety.
  • Supports your academic, personal, and professional development.

How to make the most of your LinkedIn Learning experience?

  • To learn software (e.g. making a PowerPoint) check LinkedIn Learning.
  • Set aside a time every week for online training.
  • Visit LinkedIn Learning regularly for a listing of new and updated courses.
  • Use bookmarks to mark favorite videos or courses.
  • Download exercise files before viewing courses and practice applying knowledge as you go.

Administrators

  • Professional Development: Keep your skills current and learn new skills.
  • Explore new technologies and interests.

Faculty

  • Supplement curricula and teach technical skills outside of class.
  • Ensure TA's are prepared for software that students will use in coursework.

Staff

  • Professional Development: Keep your skills current and learn new skills.
  • Explore new technologies and interests.
  • Provides certificates of completion you can post on LinkedIn.

Students

  • Complement your coursework or explore new subjects to prepare yourself for the workforce.
  • Learn techniques to build your collaboration skills and get the most out of technology available at TWU.

Suggested Collections

Each user can create personalized collection(s) of courses or videos to watch. Create collections for school, work, a specific course, or theme such as public speaking or communication. In addition, there are some general collections created for administrators, faculty, staff, and students with general courses of interest to each group.

For additional support, contact the Technology Service Desk at 940-898-3971, servicedesk@twu.edu,techchat.twu.edu, or submit a request through the Technology Service Catalog.

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Article ID: 9112
Created
Mon 10/19/15 9:26 AM
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LinkedIn Learning is an online subscription library that teaches the latest software tools and skills through high-quality instructional videos taught by recognized industry experts.