LinkedIn Learning is an on-demand library of educational videos that cover the latest business, technology and creative skills. It provides personalized course recommendations and is designed to help you reach your full potential. LinkedIn Learning is an all-inclusive platform ideal for anyone who enjoys regularly developing new skills. If you prefer to learn a skill from time to time and want to pay only for a specific course, it's best to explore alternatives.
You'll likely want to start exploring LinkedIn Learning by searching the library for skills, courses, and videos. LinkedIn Learning offers a Support Help Center that includes recommended topics and suggested articles. LinkedIn Learning content is produced by the industry's top producers, directors and publishers so that the content is of the highest quality. As mentioned above, the LinkedIn Learning app allows you to download courses and videos for viewing without an Internet connection at a time and place that is most convenient for you.
LinkedIn learning courses are ideal for someone who wants to develop their skills in topics related to business, technology or creativity. Teachers are screened to ensure that they are suitable for teaching and collaborating with LinkedIn Learning. The pre-recorded video format of LinkedIn learning courses means that users do not have the same opportunity to interact with teachers and there is less variety in the tasks set out during the course. LinkedIn Learning offers an experience that is completely different from traditional business school education.
Considering that organizations, recruiters, and employees rely on LinkedIn, trying LinkedIn Learning might be a good idea. LinkedIn Learning focuses on business, creative and technological topics, which may mean you can't find the topic you're looking for. Step-by-step instructions for sharing a video, course, or collection can be found in the “Introduction to LinkedIn Learning” video tutorial above. For those looking to continue their professional development or ensure that their knowledge is up to date in their current work, LinkedIn Learning offers an affordable way to do so.
If your company sponsors your LinkedIn Learning account, the courses recommended by the company are shown in the From Your Organization section. Most LinkedIn Learning courses offer a Q%26A for students, where you can ask questions about any questions you have about the course. A LinkedIn learning certificate will also be less valuable to employers than a degree from a recognized business school. LinkedIn learning course recommendations are based on your existing skills and other profile details, such as the skills you're interested in.