Linkedin Learning is a Supported resource tool where educators can develop new skills or share/embed video content for their learners.
Formerly known as Lynda.com, LinkedIn Learning is a large library of professional-skills-related videos, courses and entire learning paths created by industry experts. Students and staff members can learn anything from graphic design and programming, to leadership and interpersonal skills.
LinkedIn Leaning can be used as a core teaching tool or just a valuable resource which students can use to learn more useful skills to get them career-ready. There is also a wealth of information for educators to improve their teaching skills, with courses on topics like game-based learning, delivering online teaching and more.
The service is available now to all staff and students via single sign on at https://www.linkedin.com/learning/
Can I use it?
This tool is marked as Supported in the Teaching and Learning Ecosystem document, meaning while it may not integrate perfectly with Aula and may or may not use Single Sign on, it’s generally available to staff for teaching and learning. If you’re not sure how to get started, you can contact the Learning Enhancement Team to find out more.
What can I do with it?
Here are some articles other educators and support staff have created to help you use this tool: