LinkedIn Learning is a vast online collection of video tutorials that cover topics like animation, business, design, information technology, photography and the web.
All Seneca students and faculty have access to the LinkedIn Learning eLearning library. Students can use the tutorials to build skills on their own, and faculty can use it to enhance their programming. Many tutorials include exercise files that allow the learner to follow along with the tutorial's instructions, and there are web apps that make the experience mobile.
As a member, you will receive unlimited access to all LinkedIn Learning's high quality, current, and engaging video tutorials. New courses and topics are added every week.
To learn more about LinkedIn Learning at Seneca, check out the LinkedIn Learning FAQ page and the User Guide for Learners.
Login to LinkedIn Learning
Accessing video tutorials is even easier with the LinkedIn Learning App for iPhone, iPad and Android.
How do I use LinkedIn Learning?
Please watch the video, to learn how to use LinkedIn Learning course.
Do I have to be on-campus to login to LinkedIn Learning?
You can login to LinkedIn Learning from anywhere, on or off-campus with your PC, MAC or mobile device.
Does LinkedIn Learning offer tutorials on subjects other than computer software?
Yes. The majority of the tutorials are on computer software, but there are hundreds of videos on presentation skills, photography, music, design, resume building, productivity, project management and more. It is also worth checking out their original creative inspiration documentaries.
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Please note that free access to LinkedIn Learning is only provided to current students/staff.
For more personalized learning experience, relevant learning content and to save your learning achievements Connect your LinkedIn profile before graduation.
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