Due to the current situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak, many organizations are taking precautions regarding the health and safety of their employees. LinkedIn Learning has recommended topics related to successfully managing change and working remotely.
Here’s a list of LinkedIn Learning courses (you must sign in with your W&L credentials) you can leverage to help in this admittedly crazy climate if you are impacted:
Need help accessing LinkedIn Learning? Contact the ITS Information Desk at 540.458.4357 (HELP) or email email@example.com.
Wow! Each week, LinkedIn Learning offers a plethora of new skills to learn. Here are three videos from this week’s 44 new additions that I’ll be watching!
Explore new features of iOS 13, including improvements to existing apps including Reminders, Health, and Photos, and discover features completely new to the iPhone and iPad, including Dark Mode, QuickPath typing, and the ability to attach external storage devices. Instructor Garrick Chow covers ways to remove location data from your photos before sharing, and new, easier ways to share and manage files. Find out about unique features of iPadOS, including Slide Over and Split View, and the ability to use a Bluetooth mouse with your iPad.
This collection of quick Adobe Illustrator videos is designed to show you workarounds, demonstrate helpful tricks, and explain useful features. Explore how to change the shape of text, use a single tool to create beautiful ranges of color, and distort shapes and drawings. Find out how to quickly build simple shapes, add arrowheads to lines, and more.
Break into the tech industry by breaking bias. Learn skills to level the playing field, gain visibility, build a network, pick the right projects, and pave the way for change. The Women Transforming Tech series is focused on helping women interested in working in and staying in the tech industry. In this short course, Lori Mackenzie, a professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business and executive director of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, explains what women can do to break implicit and explicit bias and come out ahead. Using these tips, you can start your career off strong—and transform the tech industry from the inside out.
The upgrade to LinkedIn Learning is now complete! Your Lynda.com account — assuming you had one — has been upgraded and your data moved to Linkedin Learning.
Now, all you have to do is activate your account. There are two ways to do this!
#1: Click the activation link in the learner activation email you receive.
First: Activate your LinkedIn Learning account by clicking the link in the confirmation email you’ll receive once the upgrade is complete.
Second: Connect your LinkedIn account (optional) or create a separate Learning account.
Third: When you choose to connect your LinkedIn account, you’ll be prompted to log into LinkedIn, or you can create a LinkedIn account if you don’t have one.
Fourth: Click accept to complete the process of connecting your LinkedIn account to your LinkedIn Learning account.
#2: Click activation link in learner experience on Lynda.com when are you signed in to Lynda.com.
If you didn’t have a Lynda account, you can still have access to LinkedIn Learning. Email Helen MacDermott to request an invite.
Need help? Contact the ITS Information Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540.458.4357.