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Introducing SFC faculty to the LinkedIn Learning video course platform and guiding them on how to create collection, learning paths, and share it all with their students on Canvas.
How can I use LinkedIn Learning in my classes?
LinkedIn Learning is a great way to supplement your course content and help your students improve their skills. You can share individual courses or create Learning Paths, which contain several courses on the same topic.
How can LinkedIn Learning courses benefit my students?
LinkedIn Learning is a useful complement to academic course content because students access it online on their own schedule. It can help students develop knowledge and competence in several areas, including the following:
Business Management, Leadership, Accounting, Technology, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Creativity and Innovation, and much more.
Software for class assignments, such as Adobe Premier, Photoshop, Light Room, Camtasia, Dreamweaver, Adobe Character Animator, After Effects, and many others.
Skills for their career, including Interviewing, Networking, and Preparing for a New Job.
How can LinkedIn Learning benefit me?
It’s not just students who can benefit from LinkedIn Learning. LIL offers courses on new technology and professional development, which can help faculty and staff stay up to date.
How do I sign in to LinkedIn Learning
Activate your LIL account (see the email you received from SFC)
On the LIL sign in page, enter the password you created when you activated the LIL account.
Can I access LinkedIn Learning on my mobile devices?
Absolutely. Learn anytime and anywhere by using the LinkedIn Learning app for your mobile devices. The app enables you to download courses and videos for offline viewing. The app is available from: