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How do I access Linkedin Learning?

To access Linkedin Learning and log in, go to: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/linkedinlearning/index.page? You can log into Linkedin Learning from any device with an internet connection. All current members of the University have access to Linkedin Learning.

You can watch the 'How to use LinkedIn Learning' video to find out more about using Linkedin Learning.

You can also access Linkedin Learning via your mobile:

  • Download the Linkedin Learning app
  • Open the app
  • Click 'Sign In'
  • Enter your University email address
  • Click 'Continue'
  • Click 'Sign-in with Single Sign-on'
  • You will be directly to a University authentication page
  • Enter your username
  • Click 'Next'
  • Enter your password
  • Click 'Sign in'
  • Click 'Yes' to stay signed in
  • Choose whether to receive notification
  • If this is your first time using Linkedin Learning you may be asked if you want to link your University provided Linkedin Learning account with your own Linked in account. If you do so then Linkedin Learning will make learning recommendations based upon your Linkedin profile. When you finish a course in Linkedin Learning you'll be able to badge it up on your Linkedin profile. The only real downside is that when you log on to Linkedin Learning it will ask you to also log on to Linkedin.
  • If this is your first time using Linkedin Learning you'll be asked to select some skills that you're interested in. That will help to drive some of the recommendations for your learning

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