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Find out how to access LinkedIn Learning from your mobile devices

The LinkedIn Learning mobile app is available in the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPad and the Google Play Store for Android.

1. Firstly, download the LinkedIn Learning mobile app from your device's app store




2. Once the app has downloaded, open the app and you will be presented with a screen that looks like this:

(a) (b)

(a) If you are not signed in to the standard Linkedin app using a personal Linkedin account you will see the options in the screenshot on the left above.

  • Tap Sign in with your organization portal

(b) If you are already signed in to the standard Linkedin app using a personal Linkedin account you will see the options in the screenshot on the right above.

  • Tap Sign in with your organization portal


3. In the field labelled Enter your organization's name or domain,



4. Tap Sign in with your organization portal



5. Tap Continue to be taken to the Raven login page



6. Enter your University of Cambridge Raven ID and password, then tap Login



7. You will then be prompted to enable notifications to be alerted to important information from the app


8. Once you have enabled notifications you will be taken to the main homepage of the app which will show you your recommended content.



Linkedin have provided a quick 3 minute video which explains how to use the mobile app to get the most from your Linkedin Learning experience.

You can view the video here


Downloading Content to View Offline

One of the great features of the mobile app is that, in addition to being able to view content online wherever you have internet access, you also have the ability to download content to view offline.

1. In order to download content, first find the course you wish to download:


2. Once you have chosen the course you would like to download, open it up and then, in the top right hand corner of the video screen, tap the icon made of three dots. You will then be presented with a small menu at the bottom of the screen:


3. To download the entire course, tap Download entire course.

To download specific videos from the course, tap Download individual videos.

If downloading the entire course, a confirmation pop up will appear to inform you how many videos you will be downloading. If you are happy with this, tap Download to begin the course download. You will then be taken to the content list and will see each video downloading. Once a video is downloaded its download icon will turn from grey to blue.

If downloading individual videos, you will be taken straight to the content listing screen where you can tap the grey download icon to download that specific video. Once downloaded, a video's download icon will change from grey to blue.



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