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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
- Customized UT Collections
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:
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If you have questions about how to use LinkedIn Learning for your individual or organization’s learning, please contact us at UTLD@austin.utexas.edu.
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.