Becoming a LinkedIn Learning custom content curator allows you to create, share, and track your learning programs. This feature allows you to create your own content, blend custom content with LinkedIn Learning content and put together collections and learning paths.
Use LinkedIn Learning as the module for any information-based training that is student or employee directed.
Example content: supplement academic course material, employee handbook training, video tutorials on use of departmental programs, and/or introduction to policies and procedures.
1. Create learning content
Easily upload and arrange your own content into an intuitive, engaging format.
Blend LinkedIn Learning and internal custom content.
Handpick specific videos from courses.
Group content into sections.
2. Get insights
Measure the success of your programs with deep reporting on learner engagement and completions.
Check out how your content has trended with unique viewer counts.
See who has completed and is in-progress with your content.
3. Consolidate content
Host all of your content on one platform so that everyone can always find it.
Because your curated content will live within the UO's LinkedIn Learning library, learners will always know where to go to access it.
Types of roles:
LinkedIn Learning's Curator role allows users to create learning paths, upload custom content, and share with designated groups within their LinkedIn Learning account.
LinkedIn Learning's Sub Admin role allows users to manage designated users and groups, generate reports, recommend learning, create learning paths, learning collections and custom content.
Trained will be provided to users based on the new role including how to create groups, use the features, curation ideas, and best practices.
Procedure for becoming a Curator or Sub Admin:
1. Submit an access request form. You will be asked to upload the LinkedIn Learning Sub Administrator and Curator - User Agreement.
2. Learning and Development will assign your role-based training in LinkedIn Learning.
3. Learning and Development Manager, Tiffany Lundy, will schedule a meeting with the user to review resources and answer any questions.
4. Access granted - user will recieve an email from LinkedIn Learning confirming access to new role.
5. Start creating!
Note: If access is no longer needed at any time, please terminate using the Access Termination Form. Please note that termination of role access means that the user will no longer have access to any content that they have created, groups, or reporting functions.