Online learning is increasingly being used as a complement to the traditional face to face classroom experience. LinkedIn Learning provides students, faculty, and staff with social, collaborative, relevant learning experiences. This page will introduce you to LinkedIn Learning content and expand your learning experiences. These videos will change as LinkedIn Learning adds new content; consider bookmarking the page and come back often to see what’s new.
Our necks bear the brunt of the stress when we spend too much time looking at screens. Taking a break is the best solution, but sometimes we can’t afford to go offline. Luckily, with simple corrections to your posture and typing habits, you can eliminate injury to this sensitive area. Join Dr. Baxter Bell for this series of exercises that can help relieve and prevent neck pain. Discover the proper way to stretch your back and neck, lengthen your neck muscles and upper spin, deepen your breath, and get the blood flowing through your body. Plus, learn a simple exercise that will benefit your neck and your wrists. Note: This course was created and produced by Desk Yogi. (20 Minutes)
LinkedIn Learning has many audio podcasts available, here are a couple to get you started listening.
“Six Morning Habits of High Performers” – Learn the six habits of the most successful people in history. Hal Elrod describes how they changed his life—and how they can change yours, too—in this course adapted from the podcast How to Be Awesome at Your Job.
“Learning Highlights for Better Productivity” – Want to accomplish more with the time that you have? Listen to this curated collection of insights from top LinkedIn Learning courses on productivity.
“Leadership Fundamentals” – Lead with intention using the leadership tips, tactics, and advice in this audio-only course. Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth Lotardo explain how to develop a leadership mindset, thrive in crucial leadership moments and challenges, and build a winning team.
LinkedIn Learning has several video series that are short and updated weekly.
“The Best of Word Tips Weekly” – Become a Microsoft Word power user. This tips-based series helps you deepen your proficiency with Word, covering a variety of tools and techniques you can use. Learn how to format documents, work with templates, customize built-in styles and themes, master Track Changes, and more.
“Excel Tips Weekly” – This tips-based course will show Excel users productivity-boosting tricks, cool hidden features, need-to-know functions, and advanced content on subjects such as using PivotTables for data analysis. Tune in every Tuesday for a new tip from expert Dennis Taylor. Each tutorial is a short, self-contained lesson guaranteed to give you new insights into Excel.
“Microsoft Teams Tips Weekly” – Get more out of Microsoft Teams, the popular communication and collaboration app. Each Monday Nick Brazzi shares tips and shortcuts to help you be more productive and efficient with this powerful tool. Learn how to get the most out of the core features in Teams—including chat, video calls, and conversation channels—and discover other powerful features: bots and other AI-powered tools, background effects, @mentions, advanced meeting options, and more.
Learning to use Microsoft Teams – In this collection learn how Microsoft Teams will help you stay in touch with the different people and groups that you communicate with on a daily basis. In this collection, you’ll find everything you need to get you started using this powerful tool.
Become an Outlook Power User – Learn tips, tricks, and shortcuts that will make you an Outlook power user. In this course, Gini von Courter shows how to save time, increase productivity, and keep yourself organized with Outlook.
Microsoft Office on Mobile Devices – Plan your week and finish your projects on the go with the Office mobile apps. Microsoft offers the same great productivity tools you use on your desktop in a suite of free apps designed specifically for iOS. In this course, Jess Stratton shows you how to use the latest features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Outlook on your iPhone or iPad.