LinkedIn Learning is an on-demand library of high-quality instructional videos covering a vast range of software, business and creative skills. With more than 5,000 courses taught by industry experts—and more added every week—LinkedIn Learning is designed for all levels of learners, is available in seven languages, and is accessible whenever you are ready to learn.
- Watch the How to Use LinkedIn Learning course
- Read the How to Use LinkedIn Learning guide
- Users can curate specific courses/videos and share with their team, watch create a collection.
- Faculty can also utilize courses/videos to support flipped learning or blending learning
- View the Virtual learning collection to see how you can deliver more engaging virtual sessions
- For assistance with LinkedIn Learning, contact the UT Service Desk via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, (512) 475-9400.
LinkedIn Learning at UT
Welcome to the University of Texas at Austin LinkedIn Learning portal.
LinkedIn Learning is the leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
Here at UT, all current faculty, staff, and students have access to this resource at no-cost thanks to generous funding from the President’s Office.
The How to use LinkedIn Learning Course will teach you how to find the training you need, and use special features such as bookmarks, collections, notes, transcripts, certificates of completion, FAQs, and more.
Accessing LinkedIn Learning
The best way to access LinkedIn Learning is through the UT Portal. Login with your EID and password.
You can also access and download LinkedIn Learning content on your mobile device.
Recommended Learning for UT Staff
If you want to grow your skills, but don’t know where to begin, the following content offers a great place to start learning.
LinkedIn Learning Professional Development Playlists
- Remote Working: Setting Yourself and Your Teams Up for Success
- Enhancing Your Productivity: Discovering Your Most Valuable Activities
- Managing Anxiety in the Workplace: Why it Matters to Address Anxiety at Work
Customized UT Collections
- UT Career Essentials
These courses teach competencies related to success in any workplace.
- Skills for Managers
These courses teach competencies that support manager success.
- Inclusive Culture
These courses focus on competencies that grow a culture of inclusion.
Learning Paths can support your career journey at any stage. Here are some popular options:
LinkedIn Learning Continuing Education Playlists
Continuing Education is professional learning that entitles the learner to credits they can use to maintain a certification or license granted by a third-party organization. LinkedIn Learning offers approved Continuing Education courses aligned with the following organizations’ Continuing Education requirements:
- Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
- Human Resources Certification Institute (HCRI)
- International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
- National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
- Project Management Institute (PMI)
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- Courses Eligible for CompTIA CEUs
- Courses Eligible for HRCI Recertification Credits
- Courses Eligible for IIBA CDUs
- Courses Eligible for NASBA CPE Credits
- Courses Eligible for PMI PDUs
- Courses Eligible for SHRM PDCs
Check out these new and popular courses
If you have questions about how to use LinkedIn Learning for your individual or organization’s learning, please contact us at email@example.com.
LinkedIn Learning FAQs:
- Q: How do we define "Credits Earned"? Are those different from completing a course?
Each of the third-party organizations (PMI, NASBA, SHRM, etc.) sets its own standards and requirements for what counts as a credit, what they call the credit, and what actions a learner must take to earn it.
LinkedIn Learning uses each organization's individual definition to display the credits learners earn. For example, a learner watching NASBA courses must watch all videos, and earn at least 70% on the exam at the end of the course in order to earn credits. For all other programs, the learner must simply watch all the videos.
- Q: Can I earn partial credits for an eligible course that I started watching but haven’t fully completed?
- Unfortunately, you’ll have to complete the course to earn credits for it. We don’t provide partial credits for eligible courses.
- Q: Will LinkedIn Learning report the information about my attainment of Continuing Education Credits to each third-party organization?
- No. LinkedIn Learning doesn’t report Continuing Education credits earned on behalf of the learners or their organizations.
UTSystem Skillport Powered by Skillsoft®
UTSystem Skillport Powered by Skillsoft® is a developmental tool you can utilize in your own time and at your own pace. Collections include online courses and ebooks within the IT, Desktop, Business, and Well-Being libraries.
- For assistance with Skillport, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
External Learning Resources
- Coronavirus Learning Project- an open project, with content, context and collaboration focused on updates and perspectives of Learning, HR and performance workplace colleagues organized by Elliott Masie and the Learning Consortium.
- NonProfitReady- free resources for working remotely and the site also provides the most relevant, engaging, online professional development resources.
- Best Practices for Virtual Engagements - SACC Training & Development Subcommittee and DIR have created an online repository for Online Meetings, Remote Training, Conference Calls, Telework