1. There is a menu at the top that says "Browse" click this and a menu like the one to the right will appear.
2. Within LinkedIn Learning, videos are organized in three unique ways:
Track your progress through a course by clicking "My Learning" icon
"In Progress" will show the various courses you are in the process of completing.
"Learning History" allows you to see your certificates of completion.
Every video has a transcript that you can utilize if you are in a space where you can't use audio, or if you need to ensure you understand the speaker.
LinkedIn Learning allows you to share Collections with colleagues and friends.
To do this, follow the directions below:
1. Find a collection you would like to share. When you open the collection, the menu below is on the far right side.
2. Click "share" and you will see the options to:
3. If you want a link to your collection, copy the code from the "share" window.
How to Use Collections
Features within the Course
Each course has a landing page, like the one below, featuring an achievable certificate, exercise files, a brief overview, and learning objectives.
⇒What used to be known as a "playlist" in Lynda, is now called a "collection."
A "collection" can be used to keep a list of courses and videos that you plan to complete, or share with others.
B. Faculty can develop customized learning paths for their students by creating a "collection" of videos. They can then share this collection with students via email, a D2L embed iFrame, and/or social media sites.
C. To view your current or shared collections, click the profile dropdown in top right of the page and click "Collections"
1. Find a course you are interested in taking.
2. Click "More"
3. Click "Add to collection"
4. To create a new collection, click the "plus" button.
⇒4a. Give your collection a title and description, then poof! You have a beautiful new collection!
5. Add the course to a collection by clicking "add"
6. You will now see the new collection in your menu. **Notice the Collection title above the title**
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