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LinkedIn Learning at the University of Cambridge

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning resource available for the staff and students of the University of Cambridge and its colleges.

Please go to the LinkedIn Learning Hub for information about getting started and recommended courses.

> Visit the LinkedIn Learning at Cambridge Hub

If you do not have a University Office 365 account you will not be able to access the Hub, you can request an account or follow the information below.

You can login and activate your account using your uni@cam email address.



Logging in to your LinkedIn Learning account

  1. Go to www.linkedin.com/learning/login-ent

  2. Enter your CRSid@cam.ac.uk email address – for example, abc123@cam.ac.uk – and select 'continue'

  3. You'll be prompted to "Sign in with Single Sign-on"

  4. You'll then be redirected to the University's Raven login homepage, where you can login using your CRSid and Raven password

  5. Select your preferred option: 'Connect my LinkedIn account' or 'Connect without LinkedIn'

  6. Set up your interests and goals in the welcome screen.

You should now be set-up to explore courses and start learning creative, business and technology skills.

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