LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is a great resource for high-quality training courses in technology as well as general business skills free to all students and staff at Oxford University. But many people struggle to get the most out of this. This post links to instructions of how to access LinkedIn Learning with Oxford University credentials, gives you some tips on how to learn from it most effectively, and gives reccommendations of some of the best courses.
Follow these instructions on how to access LinkedIn Learning with university credentials. Make sure you also install the app on your phone and/or tablet.
The University already includes many LinkedIn Learning courses in its skills portfolio, here are some collections that may be particularly relevant to those interested in productivity.
Courses that focus on the collaboration features in Office 365. How to set up file sharing and how to work with others. Note: Not all of the features described may be enabled on our instance.
Courses and videos that improve your productivity with Office 365 Apps: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook.
Courses that introduce the key features of Canvas VLE.
Courses and videos on accessibility for web development and document creation.
Courses and videos that focus on improving productivity in reading, writing and organisation for students, faculty and staff.
Learn the foundations of machine learning with these courses. Includes general overviews as well as deep dives with coding.Back to top of article