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with LinkedIn Learning

​LinkedIn Learning (formerly known as  is a vast online library of high quality video based training courses covering anything from photography to programming and from getting through interviews to business skills. All the videos are written and presented by industry and subject experts. ​
As a student at the University of Brighton you now have free, unlimited access to the whole LinkedIn Learning library together with tutorial exercises and practice environments. for any time, anywhere training and personal development       

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how do i start 

How to learn effectively with LinkedIn Learning


I've used my UoB LinkedIn Learning account before, so:

I am ready now
to go straight to​​


I have used another Lynda LinkedIn Learning or account before, so:

Note that the first time you sign in to your university account you have the option of transferring your learning history. 


 LinkedIn Learning on your mobile



Fill time on planes, trains, buses and when waiting in long dull queues -

 LinkedIn Learning hot topics


We have put together playlists on the following topics to help you find relevant, quality content quickly:


Find out what other people are watching and learning. See LinkedIn recommendations for you


 What UoB students say about LinkedIn Learning

Such a good tool. Would have been completely stuck without it



Good. Much better than searching on YouTube especially the ability to slow down and speed up videos.





This website was a life saver. I have saved so much time and time is the most valuable thing to us.

 Courses curated for specific careers



LinkedIn Learning Paths can help you with career planning, whether you want to boost an existing career or start working towards a new one. Learning paths help with questions like: Where do I start?, What do I need to know? Which courses should I follow?

The list of Learning Paths is growing and includes the titles  'Become a Web Developer', 'Become a Project Manager', 'Become a Digital Illustrator', 'Become a Recording Engineer'. To find a Learning Path in an area you want to develop:

  1. Go to ,

  2. search for the skill you are looking for, e.g 'social media'

  3. Use the left hand filter menus to select learning paths.

To see the full list of Learning Paths:

  1. search for 'Become a' and then 

  2. Use the left hand filter menus to select learning paths.

Do you have a LinkedIn Profile?
You can keep track of the learning courses you have followed and share records of your achievements on the LinkedIn website. It's a bit fiddly, so see instructions here to Add a learning certificate to your LinkedIn profile.
For more help with career planning, see LinkedIn Learning recommendations for you

 Information for staff

​Staff should see LinkedIn Learning at the University of Brighton for information on using as a teaching and staff development resource
Page owner: Jill Shacklock