13 – LinkedIn Learning [Lynda]

UP 21 places in 2019

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

Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2019: 9
Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2019: 16
Top 100 Tools for Higher Education 2019: 

Past Overall Rankings
2018: 34   2017: 49    2016: 37    2015: –    2014: –    2013: –   
2012: –     2011: –      2010: –       2009: –     2008: –    2007: –

Comments from some of those who selected LinkedIn Learning (Lynda) as one of their Top 10 Tools in 2019

  • “To take courses on relevant topics” Wilma Hartenfels, Digital Learning Expert, Germany, https://www.linkedin.com/posts/wilmahartenfels-inspiredlearninginadigitalworld_janes-top-10-tools-for-learning-2019-activity-6570580971278610433-IU3p
  • “”This year, I’ve had to upskill myself pretty quickly on all things Microsoft, iPhonegraphy, Camtasia and Mobile Journalism – I went to Lynda immediately to pick and choose what I needed to see and learn.” Senior Adoption Consultant, Australia
  • “I use LinkedIn Learning to continue to keep my skills up to date and to learn new skills to help me develop in my job. I also use it to recommend courses to others who also have LinkedIn Learning.” Instructional Designer, USA
  • “Content galore, downloadable, mostly credible SMEs delivering, a growing library in the L&D space, and most importantly – a conversation tone that can be sped up like a podcast to run at 1.5x” Principal Consultant, USA
  • “Linked with linkedin profiles, frequently updated courses, based on insights from millions of interactions, posts, job postings etc” Group Learning Manager, Greece
  • “Good variety of courses to access, have it on my phone so can access anytime” Senior HR Advisor, Australia
  • “I can see videos of professionals explaining a concept or process. I can view it at my own time and speed. Repeat as needed.” Global Manager of Technology Learning Center, USA
  • “Learning new stuff” Organisational Development Manager, UK
  • “It has a variety of content in video format” Trainer, India
  • “Great content” General Manager, Chile
  • “when I need to learn how to perform a task in an Adobe product, I go to Lynda first and usually am able to learn what I need quickly without having to trawl YouTube or Adobe” L&D Specialist, Australia

How to use LinkedIn Learning for Learning

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

At the bottom of each of the Tools pages there is a section How to use [the tool] for Learning. It provides basic guidance and links to resources on how to use the tool for teaching, training, learning and development.

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