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LinkedIn Learning

All students and staff to have access to LinkedIn Learning, a continually growing and evolving library of training videos and tutorials covering a wide range of software, technologies and business topics. Students and staff members can take advantage of free 24/7 access to the entire library of training. 

LinkedIn Learning includes content from lynda.com, so if you were a previous user of lynda, your bookmarks, playlists and course progress will be replicated in LiL.

How to access LinkedIn Learning

Whether you're looking for a training course or a quick answer to a software problem, there are over 2,800 courses and 110,000 tutorials with new releases every week.

LinkedIn Learning is available to all staff and students at the University of Stirling for the duration of your work/study with the University.

Access LinkedIn Learning

Access LinkedIn Learning on the go

Access LinkedIn Learning on the go with the free app now available on Android and Apple iOS.

Get it on Google Play

With over 2,800 courses and 110,000 tutorials, there are plenty of videos to chose from! You can search for videos, create your own useful playlists and keep track of your viewing history. LinkedIn Learning allows you to learn at your own pace - anytime, anywhere. 

Students

  • Take tutorials to help with coursework, learn technology for your projects and build skills to boost your CV.

Teaching staff

  • You can provide tutorials to support your own courses and incorporate useful videos into Canvas.
  • You can add LinkedIn Learning materials to your module resource lists. See the Sample resource list.

Researchers

  • Learn how to use the latest software to develop your knowledge and support your research.
  • Scroll down to access Researcher video collections.

All staff

  • Use the courses to enhance your personal development, explore new technologies and boost your employability.

Researcher playlists

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