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LinkedIn Learning - Discover and gain more knowledge and skills

LinkedIn Learning is an online multimedia based learning tool, designed to help you gain new skills and advance your career. Develop and improve 'the most' in demand business, technology and creative professional skills by accessing online over 7000 online courses and around 300k videos with LinkedIn Learning. Courses ranging from business, technology and creativity. You have free, exclusive access to LinkedIn Learning as a DMU student.

Learn new skills or enhance existing skills
Plan you personal learning development 
Save, bookmark courses and create your personal collections
Learn from a 10 minute skill to an in depth course or take a learning path (several videos)
Learn from industry leaders and watch high level experts in the field of your interest - all in one place
Get personalised recommendations based on your skills and content experiences
Filter courses from beginner, intermediate to expert level
Access courses from any desktop or mobile device anytime
Reinforce knowledge with quizzes, exercises and practice materials
Certificates of completion



Accessing LinkedIn Learning

First activate your LinkedIn Learning account in a few steps Downloadable guide 

Bookmark link to access LinkedIn Learning 

Using LinkedIn Learning

Watch video about using LinkedIn Learning and learn find content, how to save, and progress courses.

Full Guide Download on 'How to use LinkedIn Learning Guide

Learn more

Learn the latest in demand professional skills in LinkedIn's blog LinkedIn Learning Courses, Skills & Tips

Gaining Skills with LinkedIn Learning

Frequently Asked Questions

Note, make sure you have activated your LinkedIn Learning account first, see link to guide below:

Activate LinkedIn Learning account Guide


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No. To access LinkedIn Learning you just need to login with your DMU single-sign on details once you have activated your account as explained in this guide. If you decide to connect your LinkedIn profile account you can have a more personalised learning experience that includes course recommendations based on your job role, skills and industries listed on your LinkedIn profile

If you do have a LinkedIn account, you have the option when you first activate your account to link to your LinkedIn account. If you want to know more details select the guide below.

Connecting your LinkedIn account

A mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices which allows you to download courses suitable for offline learning.

LinkedIn Learning Mobile Apps

Yes. You have access to several reports under the top menu, including recent activity, your video history, and your course history.

Yes. When you finish a course by watching every tutorial in the course, you can receive a certificate of completion. You may print the certificate, e-mail it, or embed your certificate in a blog post or web page.

Please note this option is only available through the LinkedIn Learning mobile app. Read more about this in LinkedIn learning's guidance below:

Offline viewing

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with millions of members globally around the world. By adding your profile and qualifications you can search related jobs, connect and network with industry experts. See more in the video below.

Learn more about LinkedIn professional network

LinkedIn Learning is an online video based skills development service offering video courses. Linkedin Learning can be used to enhance your professional and personal development. It provides access to a wide range of courses taught by industry and subject experts, with many new courses added weekly.

You have 90 days access from when you graduate. Please come back to this guide to check for latest information.

This is all depends on which skills or knowledge you want to learn and develop. You may be thinking about employability and professional skills development or you may want to develop your digital skills. There are courses on MS365, MS Office to Adobe Creative Suite e.g. Photoshop, Indesign and specific programming skills.