LinkedIn Learning is available to the McMaster Community
LinkedIn Learning is available for all McMaster students, faculty, and staff as part of a collaboration between LinkedIn, eCampusOntario, and Ontario’s Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. LinkedIn Learning is an industry leader in online training, with a digital library of over 13,000 courses and videos covering a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics. Its courses help users to refine professional skills, learn new software, and develop personal skills for success.
The opportunities for LinkedIn Learning’s use are many:
- Faculty can assign videos to help support students online learning, or access videos to help their own transition to teaching in a virtual environment. For example, see this Teaching with Technology course.
- Employees working remotely can access content about working from home, using Office 365, or learn new skills for professional development. For example, check out this Microsoft 365 Essential Training course.
- Students can take courses to help further refine and distinguish their CVs, learn time management skills, or develop self-care practices to mediate stress. For example, check out this course for Time Management Fundamentals.
To access LinkedIn Learning, visit https://www.mcmaster.ca/uts/linkedinlearning/. For resources in getting started, FAQs, and curated content streams for faculty and staff, visit https://libguides.mcmaster.ca/linkedinlearning.
You can email email@example.com for any questions, feedback, or content recommendations and requests. If you have any trouble logging on or using LinkedIn Learning, email UTS@mcmaster.ca. We hope you find LinkedIn Learning’s resources especially pertinent and timely given recent events.
McMaster University LinkedIn Learning CommitteeUpdates