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LinkedIn Learning Intro

University Information Services (UIS) is piloting a new eLearning resource, LinkedIn Learning to add to the existing tool kit to support UIS staff in their roles and career development activities. UIS is also funding a subscription for University and College IT staff who can opt in to use LinkedIn Learning free of charge.

question-head.png What is LinkedIn Learning?

LinkedIn Learning is an eLearning resource which provides expert led courses developed by industry experts using Lynda.com content across a breadth of topics and at different levels of expertise. It provides over 6000 expert-led courses in three main areas: Technology, Creative and Business covering a variety of topic including:

  • Project Management
  • Cloud Computing
  • Software Development (C++, Java, PHP, Python, etc)
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Science
  • Network and Systems Administration
  • Common Software Tools
  • Design and creative presentation tool
  • ITIL and IT Help Desk
  • UX: User Experience
  • Web Design and Development
  • Leadership and Management

LinkedIn Learning is world-leading eLearning product used by many international business and Universities including Oxford, UCL, Edinburgh, Southampton and Ivy League.

people Who is eligible to access LinkedIn Learning?

The use of LinkedIn Learning is available free of charge for all UIS staff and University and College IT staff.

 

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