Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming the cornerstone of innovations. Improve your skills in machine learning; stay current with generative AI; broaden your knowledge in natural language processing, responsible AI, and neural networks.
Check out these new LinkedIn Learning courses:
What Is Generative AI? In this course, generative AI expert Pinar Seyhan Demirdag covers the basics of generative AI, with topics including what it is, how it works, how to create your own content, different types of models, future predictions, and ethical implications.
How to Research and Write Using Generative AI Tools You’ve probably already heard about ChatGPT, but did you know it can make you better at your job? Join instructor Dave Birss for a crash course in generative AI and learn how to get started with prompt engineering for ChatGPT and other AI chatbots to upskill as a researcher and a writer.
Streamlining Your Work with Microsoft Bing Chat AI chatbots are all the rage these days, but they’re often so misunderstood. Are they merely simple question-answering machines? Absolutely not. And they can completely change the way you work. In this course, LinkedIn Learning staff instructor Jess Stratton shows you the ropes of how to get started using the popular chat AI tool Microsoft Bing Chat.
Dive even deeper and gain skills with curated LinkedIn Learning paths, compiled playlists of related video courses on specific topics. Learning paths include multiple courses by different expert instructors to teach a variety of skills and information.
Discover the skills needed to apply generative AI in your career. Learn the core concepts of artificial intelligence and generative AI functionality.
Building Generative AI Skills for Creative Professionals From images to video to audio, generative AI is transforming creative endeavors of all kinds. Learn how generative AI technologies can accelerate the brainstorm process, streamline tedious tasks, and expand your creative options.
Building Generative AI Skills for Business Professionals
Generative AI provides professionals many new options and solutions for their personal workflows and business needs. In this learning path, explore new AI tools and processes that empower business pros to work faster and more creatively using the strengths and benefits of generative AI.
No, you didn’t hear it first, but it’s worth re-stating anyway: AI is transforming the way we work, learn, and live.
In order to thrive in this rapidly-evolving landscape, it is imperative to develop an understanding of AI and the multitude of skills and capabilities it brings to the table.
That’s where LinkedIn Learning comes in. Free for all current W&L students, faculty, and staff members, the following LinkedIn Learning courses cover everything from fundamental concepts to advanced topics, allowing learners to develop the skills and knowledge needed to harness AI’s full potential.
Take advantage of LinkedIn Learning’s offerings to stay ahead of the curve! LinkedIn Learning offers more than 16,000 on-demand courses in business, techology, and creative skills. New content is added weekly!
Have questions or need help with LinkedIn Learning? Contact the ITS Information Desk at 540.458.4357 (HELP), email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the Main Level of Leyburn Library.
Online learning continues to surge globally and virtual events are the new norm, especially on LinkedIn.
To help you continue your learning journey and build the skills most relevant to you, check out these upcoming LinkedIn Live events hosted by our expert LinkedIn Learning instructors.
Whether you tune in live or after the fact, these virtual events are a great way to strengthen a current skill or learn a new one. Plus, it’s an opportunity to connect directly with subject matter experts.
Darrah’s philosophy: design your life, build a business to fund it, and a network to support it. I can’t wait to dive in and ask her more about how her values guide her business. Plus, learn more in Kim’s course,LinkedIn Creator Mode.
Join us to learn unintentional trustbusters and how to identify behaviors that might be limiting your effectiveness, plus the four behaviors that if practiced consistently help you rebuild or increase trust. Plus, learn more in Marlene’s course,Having Difficult Conversations.
We were all were given directives as children that may still hinder our communication skills, tune in to learn strategies for overcoming them. Plus, learn more in Tatiana’s course, Starting a Memorable Conversation.
Need help with LinkedIn Learning? Contact the ITS Information Desk at 540.458.4357 (HELP), email email@example.com, or stop by the ITS Information Desk on the Main Level of Leyburn Library!
With W&L’s campus subscription to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com), current faculty, staff, and students have unlimited access to a vast online library of thousands of video tutorials at no cost.
LinkedIn Learning is an award-winning virtual training resource with a digital library of over 16,000 courses covering a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics. These expert-led courses are designed to refine and develop professional skills, teach new software, and explore other areas for those exploring career growth and personal development.
LinkedIn Learning courses are self-paced, so you’re able to learn and develop in-demand skills to achieve both personal and professional goals when it suits you. Courses range from less than five minutes to several hours long and can be accessed on any electronic device, anywhere.
Watch a 3 minute video to answer a quick question, gain skills or knowledge through a short course, or pursue a learning path of several courses for deeper growth at https://go.wlu.edu/learn.
Need help with LinkedIn Learning? Contact the ITS Information Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org ,call 540.458.4357 (HELP), or stop by the the Main Level of Leyburn Library.
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:
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.