31 – LinkedIn Learning

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LinkedIn Learning makes use of the software, business and creative courses originally created for Lynda.

Websites: linkedin.com/learning
Cost: Commercial. Free Trial
Availability: Online

Rankings in the previous surveys: 

2021: 51 2020: 22 2019: 13 2018: 34 2017: 49 2016: 37 2015: – 2014: –
2013: – 2012: – 2011: – 2010: – 2009: – 2008: – 2007: –

Comments on LinkedIn Learning in 2022

“Nice collection of learning courses. The LinkedIn KI offers me content that suits my interests and job requirements.” Patrick Brauweiler, Trainer and Consultant in Learning and Development, Germany

“I can learn new technical skills and share badges on my LinkedIn profile.” James, Senior Learning Designer, UK

“Get lots of ideas here to include when I design my own learning programmes.” Diane, Consultant, UK

Previous comments on LinkedIn Learning 

“I and my students have access to this and it provides such a broad range of learning material.” Mark Allenby Senior Lecturer in Social Care, UK. 2021

“The place to learn new skills very fast. Hope everyone can have easy access to this tool.” JP, E-Learning Specialist, Suriname, 2021

“Don’t use LinkedIn social networking very often, but use LinkedIn Learning work-provided account to learn continuously as a default (even though I also have other accounts from Coursera, Udemy, Pluralsight, Masterclass, etc… )” Heather Schnyder, Director or Project Success, USA, 2021

“Every day is a learning day and so many things to learn” Steve, Teacher, Australia, 2020

“A great platform of a collection of learning courses.” Ana María Rodríguez Hinestroza, Learning strategist, Colombia, 2020

“Mix of courses at all levels” L&D, UK, 2020

“pre-written learning paths; I can decide on my knowledge level if the course is helpful” Managing Partner, Germany, 2020

“The college’s sitewide license for lynda.com shifted to LinkedIn and I have both used complete courses and single lessons covering the one thing I needed to know right away for software as well as other skills.” Audrey J Williams, Vice President, IT/CIO, USA, 2020

Quick Guide to LinkedIn Learning

Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use LinkedIn Learning for teaching, training, learning and development.

For individuals, accessing online courses has become a lot of easier now that Microsoft acquired the video course platform (Lynda) and made it available as part of LinkedIn. These courses are then easily accessible on the desktop as well on mobile devices (smartphones and tablets)

In the workplace many organisations have purchased access to the online platform, in order to provide a library of business-related courses for their people to use on demand

Further resources


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