LinkedIn Learning


LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform that provides training through video presentations from experts on how to develop business, technology, and creative skills.

What This Includes

Skills addressed: Communication, Navigating & Using Information, Critical & Creative Thinking, Teamwork & Collaboration, Workplace Technology, Emotional Intelligence, Time Management, Cultural Competence


  • Self-paced courses organized into four categories: Business, Technology, Creative, and Certification Programs
  • The library includes 16,000 courses, available in seven languages
  • Live Office Hours hosted by industry experts include discussions on trending topics, interviews, and open Q&As
  • “Learning Paths” are bundled courses for a particular industry or skill set, ranging from three hours to more than 30 hours

Key Takeaways

  • Content is personalized to a participant’s LinkedIn Profile, so building a robust profile would be an advantageous first step. Content recommendations draw from a user’s previous jobs, educational credentials, trends in the user’s industry, and areas of interest.
  • Courses help individuals prepare for professional certification exams and earn continuing education units (CEUs) for those who work at pre-selected companies, including 6 Sigma, Red Hat, Microsoft Office Specialist and Expert, Linux Professional Institute, Cisco, Google, Adobe, Amazon Web Services, Federal Aviation Administration, and more.
  • Users who are self-directed and have advanced digital literacy skills will benefit from this resource, which is ideal for those looking to upskill in professional, workforce or higher education settings.
  • Users can filter and search functions to find topics, course lengths and certifications that fit their needs.
  • Credentials or badges earned through completion of LinkedIn Learning courses are automatically added to the participant’s LinkedIn profile.

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network, with 774+ million members in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. LinkedIn began in 2002 and was officially launched on May 5, 2003. In December, 2016, Microsoft completed its acquisition of LinkedIn, bringing together the world’s leading professional learning cloud and the world’s leading professional network.

Adaptability & Flexibility


Critical & Creative Thinking

Digital Literacy

Emotional Intelligence

Leadership & Initiative

Navigating & Using Information

Respecting Differences


Teamwork & Collaboration

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