As a University of Oregon faculty, staff, or student you get university sponsored access to LinkedIn Learning — a combination of dynamic, online instructional content, videos and tutorials on the latest technology, software, business skills, creative talents, and personal hobbies.
UO is a LinkedIn Learning campus.
LinkedIn Learning is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
The content library has over 8,000 courses taught in 7 languages. They offer robust learning paths and thousands of bite-sized videos for learning 'in the moment.'
LinkedIn Learning lets individuals learn at their own pace. Individuals can select courses relevant to their current role in areas like Business, Technology and Marketing. Individuals can also pursue other passions! With courses on financial literacy, social media, even drawing and music theory.
Start your LinkedIn Learning experience.
LinkedIn Learning gives you unlimited access to its comprehensive resources and expert instructors. It offers personalized learning recommendations based on experience and individual utilization. The training and resources are self-directed and can be accessed from any desktop or mobile device. Get your LinkedIn Learning experience started by creating your account.
Note: LinkedIn Learning is available to almost all faculty and staff with a few exceptions. Only those with an Associate or Courtesy appointment do not have access.
Learn more about LinkedIn Learning
Take a tour of LinkedIn Learning
Check out the LinkedIn Learning training video, and explore popular content.
LinkedIn Learning FAQs
Get answers to common questions about the program.
In partnership with the University Career Center
Becoming a LinkedIn Learning campus is a joint partnership of the Office of Human Resources and the University Career Center in the Division of Student life. It is our collective effort to expand the learning opportunities available to faculty, staff, and students as we continue cultivating a culture of growth and learning.