Information Technology Services (ITS)
LinkedIn Learning: high-quality courses led by experts
Published on: December 7, 2020
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I access LinkedIn Learning?
Direct access is available via University of Toronto Web Login to LinkedIn Learning.*
How can I get the most from LinkedIn Learning?
To learn how to get the most of LinkedIn Learning resources, take a few minutes to review the How to Use LinkedIn Learning Guide.
What are some features of LinkedIn Learning?
You will be able to benefit from the following features:
- Unlimited access to courses on a wide variety of technologies and disciplines
- Up-to-date content to keep skills current and to learn new skills while working remotely
- Access to exercises and activities to follow along as you learn
- Mobile app access
- Optional integration with an existing LinkedIn Learning account and/or U of T professional learning records (SuccessFactors)
What are some example topics I can explore?
There are more than 16,000 courses available through LinkedIn Learning. Examples include:
- Office365 Essential Training
- WordPress Essential Training
- Time Management Fundamentals
- Structuring an Effective Presentation
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- Project Management
- Enhancing Team Innovation
A selection of courses are recommended in the Learning, Leadership and Culture curated catalogue that aligned to U of T’s organizational competencies.
Where can I get support?
For support in use of this resource please visit the LinkedIn Learning help site or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
* The Ministry of Colleges and Universities discontinued the full provincial licence access to LinkedIn Learning for faculty, staff and students effective September 2020. In response, Information Technology Services and HR and Equity divisions at University of Toronto procured a limited institutional licence to meet the learning needs of staff and faculty through to August 2021. The number of licences available is based on projected demand over the coming year and anticipates accommodation of all active staff and faculty users of this service.
To ensure ongoing support to students in their co-curricular and professional skills development, the University is pleased to offer Coursera for University of Toronto as an alternative resource.