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Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning Migration

Register now for "LinkedIn Learning - Online Educational Videos for Faculty & Students"

  • Workshop details: Wednesday, August 21, 1 - 2pm, ITTC 138;  Register online
  • Workshop Description: LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) gives you and your students access to online educational, expert-led course videos related to business, technology, and creative skills. Explore how you can discover and leverage this resource with your classes.

Lynda.com migration to LinkedIn Learning

We are excited to announce that on Thursday, August 8, 2019, Lynda.com will migrate to LinkedIn Learning! Once the transition is complete, you will receive an activation email (see sample email) from LinkedIn Learning with more information and instructions that will assist you with the activation process. This process will essentially move all your Lynda.com records to LinkedIn Learning. Depending on the extent of your Lynda.com usage, your records may take up to 24 hours to transfer. Your playlists (called “collections” in LinkedIn Learning) and course completion certificates will be included in the transfer. If you do not have a LinkedIn account, you will be able to create one at this time.

LinkedIn Learning will ask if you want to: “Connect My LinkedIn Account” OR “Continue without connecting my LinkedIn account”. The first option will integrate your UNI LinkedIn account into your personal one (if you have any). The second option will keep them separate. The benefits of connecting a LinkedIn account include:

  • A more personalized learning experience that includes special course recommendations for learners based on job title, skills, and industry.
  • Discoverable and relevant learning content within the LinkedIn.com experience (e.g., in the feed) to keep learning top of mind and drive more engagement.
  • Learn more about key benefits of connecting your LinkedIn account.

Learners who choose to opt out of connecting their LinkedIn account will create a separate LinkedIn Learning account that is not connected to LinkedIn.com.

If you have questions about your personal LinkedIn.com account privacy, see the details of the Privacy Information.

If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us through our eLearning support form.

For those who wish to learn more about Linked in Learning, a workshop is being offered:

  • LinkedIn Learning - Online Educational Videos for Faculty & Students
    Wednesday, August 21, 1 - 2pm, ITTC 138;  Register online

    Workshop Description: LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) gives you and your students access to online educational, expert-led course videos related to business, technology, and creative skills. Explore how you can discover and leverage this resource with your classes.